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India Today

Nov 29 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.

ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS RECIPE BY TOP NUMEROLOGIST J C CHAUDHRY

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE LONGER TERM ROW

CAPTAIN AT SEA

SEATS FOR SUPPORT

Agony Uncle

Daring ‘Public Sentiment

STAY THAT ORDER

A CRIPPLING CRISIS

A NEW TURF WAR

MINING A CONTROVERSY

TREADING WITH CARE

KIDS’ SHOTS AT IMMUNITY • The status so far of the vaccines for children

A GOVERNMENT DETERMINED TO MAKE UTTARAKHAND DEVBHOOMI

THE CRYPTO MANIA • A $6 BN INVESTMENT BY YOUNG INDIANS IN DIGITAL CURRENCY IS FUELLING A CRYPTO FRENZY. IS IT A BUBBLE WAITING TO BURST?

A PRIMER FOR CRYPTO CURRENCY • ALL THAT YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THIS EVER-DYNAMIC, EXPANSIVE DIGITAL UNIVERSE BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK

PLUGGING GAPS IN THE CRYPTO TRADE • There are several concerns around cryptocurrencies, leading to demands for their stringent regulation. Some solutions are at hand

NFTs GET STAR POWER • Celebrities and Bollywood personalities are getting on the NFT bandwagon, with many of them selling their digital collectibles via NFT auctions

The Chief Justice of India lauded Galgotias University Law students • Students of School of Law, Galgotias University were lauded by Shri Justice N.V. Ramana, Chief Justice of India, at an event in Greater Noida organised by the National Legal Services Authority {NALSA} for securing 2nd position in the moot competition

STRIKING AT THE TOP • NOVEMBER HAS BEEN A MONTH OF DEBILITATING LOSSES FOR THE MAOIST INSURGENCY IN INDIA. THEIR LEADERSHIP IS IN TATTERS AFTER THE ELIMINATION OF FOUR TOP LEADERS

A GRIM WARNING • THE BRAZEN STRIKE ON AN ARMY CONVOY NEAR THE MYANMAR BORDER SHATTERS THE RELATIVE PEACE OF THE RECENT PAST IN THE STATE AND RAISES FRESH CONCERNS ABOUT ONE OF INDIA’S LONGEST-RUNNING INSURGENCIES

“RICH COUNTRIES FAILED TO KEEP THEIR PROMISE ON FINANCE” • The recently concluded Climate Change summit at Glasgow drew flak from activists for the lack of adequate action to save the world but also won praise for some of the big decisions that were taken. India played an important and, at times, controversial role in this. Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav was India’s chief negotiator and, in an exclusive interview to Raj Chengappa, Group Editorial Director, he spoke about the gains and the big misses of the summit. Excerpts:

Delhi at Your Fingertips

ONE ID, MANY BENEFITS • HARYANA’S PARIVAR PEHCHAN PATRA SCHEME AIMS TO CREATE A POOL OF VERIFIED CITIZENS’ DATA TO IMPROVE WELFARE DELIVERY

‘The task is to bring synergy in data’ • Haryana’s mammoth effort to provide every family an ID is intended to be a game-changer not in policy-making and governance delivery. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar spoke exclusively to Senior Editor Anilesh S. Mahajan explaining how Haryana is successfully implementing this initiative when similar ones states like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have failed to take off. Excerpts

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

FUTURE CARS ARE HERE

ELECTRIC BATTLEFIELD •...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 122 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Nov 29 2021

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  • Release date: November 19, 2021

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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.

ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS RECIPE BY TOP NUMEROLOGIST J C CHAUDHRY

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE LONGER TERM ROW

CAPTAIN AT SEA

SEATS FOR SUPPORT

Agony Uncle

Daring ‘Public Sentiment

STAY THAT ORDER

A CRIPPLING CRISIS

A NEW TURF WAR

MINING A CONTROVERSY

TREADING WITH CARE

KIDS’ SHOTS AT IMMUNITY • The status so far of the vaccines for children

A GOVERNMENT DETERMINED TO MAKE UTTARAKHAND DEVBHOOMI

THE CRYPTO MANIA • A $6 BN INVESTMENT BY YOUNG INDIANS IN DIGITAL CURRENCY IS FUELLING A CRYPTO FRENZY. IS IT A BUBBLE WAITING TO BURST?

A PRIMER FOR CRYPTO CURRENCY • ALL THAT YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THIS EVER-DYNAMIC, EXPANSIVE DIGITAL UNIVERSE BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK

PLUGGING GAPS IN THE CRYPTO TRADE • There are several concerns around cryptocurrencies, leading to demands for their stringent regulation. Some solutions are at hand

NFTs GET STAR POWER • Celebrities and Bollywood personalities are getting on the NFT bandwagon, with many of them selling their digital collectibles via NFT auctions

The Chief Justice of India lauded Galgotias University Law students • Students of School of Law, Galgotias University were lauded by Shri Justice N.V. Ramana, Chief Justice of India, at an event in Greater Noida organised by the National Legal Services Authority {NALSA} for securing 2nd position in the moot competition

STRIKING AT THE TOP • NOVEMBER HAS BEEN A MONTH OF DEBILITATING LOSSES FOR THE MAOIST INSURGENCY IN INDIA. THEIR LEADERSHIP IS IN TATTERS AFTER THE ELIMINATION OF FOUR TOP LEADERS

A GRIM WARNING • THE BRAZEN STRIKE ON AN ARMY CONVOY NEAR THE MYANMAR BORDER SHATTERS THE RELATIVE PEACE OF THE RECENT PAST IN THE STATE AND RAISES FRESH CONCERNS ABOUT ONE OF INDIA’S LONGEST-RUNNING INSURGENCIES

“RICH COUNTRIES FAILED TO KEEP THEIR PROMISE ON FINANCE” • The recently concluded Climate Change summit at Glasgow drew flak from activists for the lack of adequate action to save the world but also won praise for some of the big decisions that were taken. India played an important and, at times, controversial role in this. Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Bhupender Yadav was India’s chief negotiator and, in an exclusive interview to Raj Chengappa, Group Editorial Director, he spoke about the gains and the big misses of the summit. Excerpts:

Delhi at Your Fingertips

ONE ID, MANY BENEFITS • HARYANA’S PARIVAR PEHCHAN PATRA SCHEME AIMS TO CREATE A POOL OF VERIFIED CITIZENS’ DATA TO IMPROVE WELFARE DELIVERY

‘The task is to bring synergy in data’ • Haryana’s mammoth effort to provide every family an ID is intended to be a game-changer not in policy-making and governance delivery. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar spoke exclusively to Senior Editor Anilesh S. Mahajan explaining how Haryana is successfully implementing this initiative when similar ones states like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have failed to take off. Excerpts

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

FUTURE CARS ARE HERE

ELECTRIC BATTLEFIELD •...


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