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India Today

Dec 27 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

THE DELIMITATION THAW

DELIMITATION DISSONANCE

THE DIDI DYNASTY

WORK FROM HOME

CO-PILOT BLUES

BLAST FROM THE PAST

MOD TO MODI LAND

‘Insurgency in N-E cannot be solved with military force’ • Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K. Sangma heads the National People’s Party (NPP), which is a constituent of the NDA and shares power with the BJP in Meghalaya and Manipur. Even so, he has opposed the BJP on key pieces of legislation, such as the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, and the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, the repeal of which has been demanded by several states in the Northeast. Following the killing of 14 civilians in a botched-up army operation in Nagaland on December 4, Sangma has again raised his voice against AFSPA. Excerpts from an exclusive interview with Deputy Editor Kaushik Deka:

WHAT’S WRONG WITH AFSPA?

Battle Lines in Raghogarh

POPPY POSES A PROBLEM

SAY IT AT YOUR PERIL

A DEADLY JOB

HOW TO SUSTAIN THE RECOVERY • While the second quarter numbers suggest the Indian economy is on the mend, high inflation, sluggish demand and a jobs squeeze remain areas of concern. Experts weigh in on how to ensure vigorous and sustainable economic growth

A MIXED RECOVERY

THE SIGNS OF HOPE

CONCERNS FOR THE ECONOMY

How to keep the momentum going

HOW TO REV UP THE REVIVAL • The Board of India Today Experts interprets the GDP numbers for Q2 of 2021-22 and suggests ways to not just sustain the economic recovery but achieve full growth potential

CHIEF MINISTER PUSHKAR SINOH DHAMI FULFILLING THE DREAMS OF YOUTH

THE MISSION OF CM DHAMI IS TO EMPOWER THE WOMEN

RAWAT’S UNFINISHED AGENDA • The untimely death of the chief of defence staff leaves his successor with the challenge of finishing India’s most significant military reform since Independence. The task ahead for the new superchief

THE DEFENCE REFORM EXPRESSWAY • The next CDS will have to hit the ground running to implement India’s biggest military overhaul scheduled over the next two years

“We do not accept change, we are status quoists” • Some weeks before his tragic death, GENERAL BIPIN RAWAT spoke to Managing Editor SANDEEP UNNITHAN about why bringing change is so difficult, the road ahead for India’s military reforms and on the full spectrum of India’s security challenges. Edited excerpts from the interview

Sustainable Growth Supported by Holistic Social Infrastructure

THE NEW GOBAR ECONOMY • A NOVEL SCHEME IN CHHATTISGARH HAS THE GOVERNMENT BUYING COW DUNG FROM CATTLE OWNERS TO PRODUCE COMPOST FOR SALE; THE BJP DUBS IT A SCAM

THE RAIPUR MODEL • A cost-benefit analysis of the Godhan scheme

PROFIT OR LOSS?

COW DUNG TO COMPOST

THE SPIN-OFFS • The state government claims multiple benefits of the scheme

THE CLIMATE QUESTION • How does Chhattisgarh plan to reconcile its cow dung procurement initiative with concerns about global warming?

THE RETURN OF THE KING • THE BAHUBALI DIRECTOR IS READY WITH HIS NEXT EPIC EXTRAVAGANZA—A RS 550 CRORE SPECTACLE...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 104 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Dec 27 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

THE DELIMITATION THAW

DELIMITATION DISSONANCE

THE DIDI DYNASTY

WORK FROM HOME

CO-PILOT BLUES

BLAST FROM THE PAST

MOD TO MODI LAND

‘Insurgency in N-E cannot be solved with military force’ • Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K. Sangma heads the National People’s Party (NPP), which is a constituent of the NDA and shares power with the BJP in Meghalaya and Manipur. Even so, he has opposed the BJP on key pieces of legislation, such as the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, and the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, the repeal of which has been demanded by several states in the Northeast. Following the killing of 14 civilians in a botched-up army operation in Nagaland on December 4, Sangma has again raised his voice against AFSPA. Excerpts from an exclusive interview with Deputy Editor Kaushik Deka:

WHAT’S WRONG WITH AFSPA?

Battle Lines in Raghogarh

POPPY POSES A PROBLEM

SAY IT AT YOUR PERIL

A DEADLY JOB

HOW TO SUSTAIN THE RECOVERY • While the second quarter numbers suggest the Indian economy is on the mend, high inflation, sluggish demand and a jobs squeeze remain areas of concern. Experts weigh in on how to ensure vigorous and sustainable economic growth

A MIXED RECOVERY

THE SIGNS OF HOPE

CONCERNS FOR THE ECONOMY

How to keep the momentum going

HOW TO REV UP THE REVIVAL • The Board of India Today Experts interprets the GDP numbers for Q2 of 2021-22 and suggests ways to not just sustain the economic recovery but achieve full growth potential

CHIEF MINISTER PUSHKAR SINOH DHAMI FULFILLING THE DREAMS OF YOUTH

THE MISSION OF CM DHAMI IS TO EMPOWER THE WOMEN

RAWAT’S UNFINISHED AGENDA • The untimely death of the chief of defence staff leaves his successor with the challenge of finishing India’s most significant military reform since Independence. The task ahead for the new superchief

THE DEFENCE REFORM EXPRESSWAY • The next CDS will have to hit the ground running to implement India’s biggest military overhaul scheduled over the next two years

“We do not accept change, we are status quoists” • Some weeks before his tragic death, GENERAL BIPIN RAWAT spoke to Managing Editor SANDEEP UNNITHAN about why bringing change is so difficult, the road ahead for India’s military reforms and on the full spectrum of India’s security challenges. Edited excerpts from the interview

Sustainable Growth Supported by Holistic Social Infrastructure

THE NEW GOBAR ECONOMY • A NOVEL SCHEME IN CHHATTISGARH HAS THE GOVERNMENT BUYING COW DUNG FROM CATTLE OWNERS TO PRODUCE COMPOST FOR SALE; THE BJP DUBS IT A SCAM

THE RAIPUR MODEL • A cost-benefit analysis of the Godhan scheme

PROFIT OR LOSS?

COW DUNG TO COMPOST

THE SPIN-OFFS • The state government claims multiple benefits of the scheme

THE CLIMATE QUESTION • How does Chhattisgarh plan to reconcile its cow dung procurement initiative with concerns about global warming?

THE RETURN OF THE KING • THE BAHUBALI DIRECTOR IS READY WITH HIS NEXT EPIC EXTRAVAGANZA—A RS 550 CRORE SPECTACLE...


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