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India Today

Nov 22 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

ALL IN THE NAME OF RAM

THE ELUSIVE WINNING FORMULA

THE SILENT HINDU VOTE

THE ‘DYNAST’ QUESTION

HOUSE OF CARDS

THE ITALIAN JOB

BIRTHDAY BUOY

A Sore Soren

UNSHACKLING BANKS

HOW TO SAVE THE EARTH • 10 BIG INITIATIVES TO AVERT THE CLIMATE CATASTROPHE

A GLOBAL EMERGENCY • INDIA MAY STILL BE A LOW EMITTER, BUT IT’S NO. 5 IN THE LIST OF MOST AFFECTED COUNTRIES IN THE CLIMATE RISK INDEX

1 HEART OF THE MATTER

2 ONE SUN, ONE WORLD, ONE GRID

3 Step on the Gas

4 BETTING ON HYDROGEN

5 FUSION FORWARD

6 A Big Fan Following

7 NO BEEF HERE

8 TRADING IN DIRTY CARBON

9 SHOW US THE MONEY

10 United we Stand, Divided we Die

IS INSULIN A MUST FOR ALL CHILDREN WITH DIABETES? • What is Monogenic Diabetes?

THE YOUNG AND THE WISE • STUDENTS SPEAK OUT ON THE NEED FOR URGENT ACTION TO SAVE THE WORLD THEY WILL INHERIT

DIABETES: AWARENESS HOLDS THE KEY

BANKER IN THE DOCK • FORMER SBI CHIEF PRATIP CHAUDHURI’S ARREST RAISES UNCOMFORTABLE QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW BANK OFFICIALS DEAL WITH LOANS GONE BAD AND ALSO THE JUDICIAL OVERSIGHT OF BANK ACTIONS

A DEAL GONE AWRY

BANKING WOES • While it’s true that PSU banks are often weighed down by NPAs, overzealous scrutiny of their commercial decisions can have a chilling effect on bankers, affecting loan disbursals

EYES ON THE BORDER • BEIJING WANTS ITS ‘XIAOKANG’ MODEL VILLAGES TO KEEP AN EYE ON INDIA’S BORDER POPULATION

China’s Great Wall of Villages • BEIJING IS SETTING UP BORDER VILLAGES TO SHORE UP ITS TERRITORIAL CLAIMS ON INDIA ALONG THE WORLD’S LONGEST DISPUTED FRONTIER

MUMBAI’S KHAKI WARS • MAHARASHTRA CADRE IPS OFFICERS ARE PITTED AGAINST EACH OTHER IN A POLITICAL SLUGFEST BETWEEN STATE AND THE UNION GOVERNMENT IN INDIA’S FINANCIAL CAPITAL. THE POLICE-POLITICAL WAR IS UNLIKE ANY SEEN IN THE PAST

COPS vs. COPS • SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS ARE ENGAGED IN BLAME GAME AND ARE INDULGING IN PUBLIC SPATS WITH EACH OTHER

DAWN OF THE DRAVID ERA • THE NEW TEAM INDIA COACH KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT REVELLING IN TRYING CONDITIONS. CAN RAHUL ‘THE WALL’ DRAVID BRING NEW FOCUS TO THE TEAM AND GET THEM TO WIN THE ELUSIVE ICC TITLE?

Bridging the Digital Divide • A mathematics teacher gave up his plum job to create 10,000 video lectures—accessible free of cost—benefitting 3.5 million school students in Rajasthan

IN DEPTH KNOWLEDGE FROM THE MOST CREDIBLE SOURCE • Subscribe and get upto 55% discount

THE WORLD’S MUSICIAN • Ali Sethi’s recent collaboration with Amitav Ghosh only shows that his music transcends borders

CAN THE NUTMEG SPEAK? • In a new book, Amitav Ghosh joins the dots that connect colonial exploitation and climate change

WRITING THE OTT REVOLUTION • Having helped usher in the OTT era, screenwriters are today one of its greatest beneficiaries

FROM PAGE TO SCREEN • Do you have a promising idea and want to turn it into a streaming show or movie? Here are some...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 68 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Nov 22 2021

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  • Release date: November 12, 2021

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News & Politics

Languages

English

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

ALL IN THE NAME OF RAM

THE ELUSIVE WINNING FORMULA

THE SILENT HINDU VOTE

THE ‘DYNAST’ QUESTION

HOUSE OF CARDS

THE ITALIAN JOB

BIRTHDAY BUOY

A Sore Soren

UNSHACKLING BANKS

HOW TO SAVE THE EARTH • 10 BIG INITIATIVES TO AVERT THE CLIMATE CATASTROPHE

A GLOBAL EMERGENCY • INDIA MAY STILL BE A LOW EMITTER, BUT IT’S NO. 5 IN THE LIST OF MOST AFFECTED COUNTRIES IN THE CLIMATE RISK INDEX

1 HEART OF THE MATTER

2 ONE SUN, ONE WORLD, ONE GRID

3 Step on the Gas

4 BETTING ON HYDROGEN

5 FUSION FORWARD

6 A Big Fan Following

7 NO BEEF HERE

8 TRADING IN DIRTY CARBON

9 SHOW US THE MONEY

10 United we Stand, Divided we Die

IS INSULIN A MUST FOR ALL CHILDREN WITH DIABETES? • What is Monogenic Diabetes?

THE YOUNG AND THE WISE • STUDENTS SPEAK OUT ON THE NEED FOR URGENT ACTION TO SAVE THE WORLD THEY WILL INHERIT

DIABETES: AWARENESS HOLDS THE KEY

BANKER IN THE DOCK • FORMER SBI CHIEF PRATIP CHAUDHURI’S ARREST RAISES UNCOMFORTABLE QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW BANK OFFICIALS DEAL WITH LOANS GONE BAD AND ALSO THE JUDICIAL OVERSIGHT OF BANK ACTIONS

A DEAL GONE AWRY

BANKING WOES • While it’s true that PSU banks are often weighed down by NPAs, overzealous scrutiny of their commercial decisions can have a chilling effect on bankers, affecting loan disbursals

EYES ON THE BORDER • BEIJING WANTS ITS ‘XIAOKANG’ MODEL VILLAGES TO KEEP AN EYE ON INDIA’S BORDER POPULATION

China’s Great Wall of Villages • BEIJING IS SETTING UP BORDER VILLAGES TO SHORE UP ITS TERRITORIAL CLAIMS ON INDIA ALONG THE WORLD’S LONGEST DISPUTED FRONTIER

MUMBAI’S KHAKI WARS • MAHARASHTRA CADRE IPS OFFICERS ARE PITTED AGAINST EACH OTHER IN A POLITICAL SLUGFEST BETWEEN STATE AND THE UNION GOVERNMENT IN INDIA’S FINANCIAL CAPITAL. THE POLICE-POLITICAL WAR IS UNLIKE ANY SEEN IN THE PAST

COPS vs. COPS • SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS ARE ENGAGED IN BLAME GAME AND ARE INDULGING IN PUBLIC SPATS WITH EACH OTHER

DAWN OF THE DRAVID ERA • THE NEW TEAM INDIA COACH KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT REVELLING IN TRYING CONDITIONS. CAN RAHUL ‘THE WALL’ DRAVID BRING NEW FOCUS TO THE TEAM AND GET THEM TO WIN THE ELUSIVE ICC TITLE?

Bridging the Digital Divide • A mathematics teacher gave up his plum job to create 10,000 video lectures—accessible free of cost—benefitting 3.5 million school students in Rajasthan

IN DEPTH KNOWLEDGE FROM THE MOST CREDIBLE SOURCE • Subscribe and get upto 55% discount

THE WORLD’S MUSICIAN • Ali Sethi’s recent collaboration with Amitav Ghosh only shows that his music transcends borders

CAN THE NUTMEG SPEAK? • In a new book, Amitav Ghosh joins the dots that connect colonial exploitation and climate change

WRITING THE OTT REVOLUTION • Having helped usher in the OTT era, screenwriters are today one of its greatest beneficiaries

FROM PAGE TO SCREEN • Do you have a promising idea and want to turn it into a streaming show or movie? Here are some...


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