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India Today

Nov 08 2021
Magazine

India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group. Additionally, the weekly brings with it a range supplements like Women, Home, Aspire, Spice and Simply which focus on style, health, education, fashion, etc. and Indian cities.

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

LONG ARM OF THE CENTRE

AFTER THE NOTIFICATION

RAGE OF THE IGNORED

Business with Pleasure

A BIHARI BRAWL

CASTE MATTERS

Pawar Play?

JASHN-E-AITRAAZ OUTRAGE ON TAP

FIRE AND FURY • A brief history of brands that have “hurt Hindu sentiments”

THE CASTE CAULDRON

THE CURSE OF THE RAIN GODS

THE WORLD AS IT IS • THREE CLEAR-SIGHTED INDIVIDUALS FROM THE RANKS OF THE INDIAN FOREIGN SERVICES ESCHEW POP GEOPOLITICS AND GIVE US A VIEW OF THINGS AS THEY ARE AND NOT HOW WE WOULD LIKE THEM TO BE

‘FOR THE ECONOMY, THE WORST IS BEHIND US’ • After a year and a half of unremitting gloom, the Indian economy may finally have turned a corner. In an interview with Deputy Editor Shwweta Punj, Finance Secretary T.V. Somanathan shares the government’s vision to put the economy on the road to sustainable recovery

BAIL OR JAIL? • The inconsistency in the exercise of courts’ discretion in granting bail has often denied the accused their right to liberty and led to an overcrowding of jails. It is time for a separate bail act supported by a massive overhaul of judicial infrastructure

A QUICK GUIDE TO BAIL

WHY A JUDGE MAY OR MAY NOT GIVE BAIL

Fallen through the Cracks • Undertrials who were victims of process or neglect, and consigned to jail for long years

JUSTICE DELAYED • Though India is way behind top countries in terms of manpower in judiciary, the gradual increase in the number of judges has not resulted in faster conviction rate while the share of pending cases has surged

NO EASY EXIT • He may have finally got bail, but the long process once again focused attention on the stringent bail provisions under laws such as the NDPS Act

YOUNG LEADERSHIP LEADING UTTARAKHAND ON THE GOLDEN PATH OF DEVELOPMENT

BETTING BIG ON INFRA • The Modi government is pressing ahead with mega road and highway projects worth Rs 26 lakh crore to drive the revival of the economy. At the wheel is a bullish Nitin Gadkari, who believes he can pull it off despite the many challenges

THE MEGA INFRA PUSH

CONNECTING INDIA • Some of the key highway projects of the Modi government

ENTERING THE FAST LANE

MONETISING ROADS AND HIGHWAYS

PRIVATE IS THE WAY • The Centre has been funding road projects primarily with taxpayers’ money. Experts say that reality needs to change

PPP MODELS

GAINING CURRENCY • THE PANDEMIC HAS RESULTED IN A BOOMING HEALTH AND WELLNESS MARKET, WITH AYURVEDIC TREATMENTS BECOMING INCREASINGLY MAINSTREAM

POTENT BREW

BIG PLAYERS

HOTTEST SELLING PRODUCTS

BE READY EVERYDAY WITH BE ONE FROM LUPIN

GAURDIANS OF THE SUBCONTINENT • THE ARMED FORCES ARE NEGOTIATING A $3 BILLION DEAL TO ACQUIRE 30 US-MADE MQ-9B DRONES. THE INDIA-CHINA MILITARY STANDOFF HAS ACCELERATED THIS REQUIREMENT

SWISS KNIVES OF THE SKY • THE MULTI-ROLE MQ-9B SEA/SKY GUARDIAN DRONE IS ONEOF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT INDO-US DEFENCE DEALS AND THE FIRST OF ITS KIND FOR THE TRI-SERVICES

THE REAL LOVE JIHAD • PAKISTAN’S INTELLIGENCE AGENCY USES...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 130 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Nov 08 2021

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  • Release date: October 29, 2021

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India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group. Additionally, the weekly brings with it a range supplements like Women, Home, Aspire, Spice and Simply which focus on style, health, education, fashion, etc. and Indian cities.

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

LONG ARM OF THE CENTRE

AFTER THE NOTIFICATION

RAGE OF THE IGNORED

Business with Pleasure

A BIHARI BRAWL

CASTE MATTERS

Pawar Play?

JASHN-E-AITRAAZ OUTRAGE ON TAP

FIRE AND FURY • A brief history of brands that have “hurt Hindu sentiments”

THE CASTE CAULDRON

THE CURSE OF THE RAIN GODS

THE WORLD AS IT IS • THREE CLEAR-SIGHTED INDIVIDUALS FROM THE RANKS OF THE INDIAN FOREIGN SERVICES ESCHEW POP GEOPOLITICS AND GIVE US A VIEW OF THINGS AS THEY ARE AND NOT HOW WE WOULD LIKE THEM TO BE

‘FOR THE ECONOMY, THE WORST IS BEHIND US’ • After a year and a half of unremitting gloom, the Indian economy may finally have turned a corner. In an interview with Deputy Editor Shwweta Punj, Finance Secretary T.V. Somanathan shares the government’s vision to put the economy on the road to sustainable recovery

BAIL OR JAIL? • The inconsistency in the exercise of courts’ discretion in granting bail has often denied the accused their right to liberty and led to an overcrowding of jails. It is time for a separate bail act supported by a massive overhaul of judicial infrastructure

A QUICK GUIDE TO BAIL

WHY A JUDGE MAY OR MAY NOT GIVE BAIL

Fallen through the Cracks • Undertrials who were victims of process or neglect, and consigned to jail for long years

JUSTICE DELAYED • Though India is way behind top countries in terms of manpower in judiciary, the gradual increase in the number of judges has not resulted in faster conviction rate while the share of pending cases has surged

NO EASY EXIT • He may have finally got bail, but the long process once again focused attention on the stringent bail provisions under laws such as the NDPS Act

YOUNG LEADERSHIP LEADING UTTARAKHAND ON THE GOLDEN PATH OF DEVELOPMENT

BETTING BIG ON INFRA • The Modi government is pressing ahead with mega road and highway projects worth Rs 26 lakh crore to drive the revival of the economy. At the wheel is a bullish Nitin Gadkari, who believes he can pull it off despite the many challenges

THE MEGA INFRA PUSH

CONNECTING INDIA • Some of the key highway projects of the Modi government

ENTERING THE FAST LANE

MONETISING ROADS AND HIGHWAYS

PRIVATE IS THE WAY • The Centre has been funding road projects primarily with taxpayers’ money. Experts say that reality needs to change

PPP MODELS

GAINING CURRENCY • THE PANDEMIC HAS RESULTED IN A BOOMING HEALTH AND WELLNESS MARKET, WITH AYURVEDIC TREATMENTS BECOMING INCREASINGLY MAINSTREAM

POTENT BREW

BIG PLAYERS

HOTTEST SELLING PRODUCTS

BE READY EVERYDAY WITH BE ONE FROM LUPIN

GAURDIANS OF THE SUBCONTINENT • THE ARMED FORCES ARE NEGOTIATING A $3 BILLION DEAL TO ACQUIRE 30 US-MADE MQ-9B DRONES. THE INDIA-CHINA MILITARY STANDOFF HAS ACCELERATED THIS REQUIREMENT

SWISS KNIVES OF THE SKY • THE MULTI-ROLE MQ-9B SEA/SKY GUARDIAN DRONE IS ONEOF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT INDO-US DEFENCE DEALS AND THE FIRST OF ITS KIND FOR THE TRI-SERVICES

THE REAL LOVE JIHAD • PAKISTAN’S INTELLIGENCE AGENCY USES...


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