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India Today

Mar 14 2022
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 THEEDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

TENSION OVER PENSION

KAMAL NATH’S COLD START DOCTRINE

DEATH FOR DISSENT?

FORM-IV

Language Logjam

PRESIDENTIAL PAWAR?

Federal Friction

SwaRaj Bhavans

Page Turner

OFF-COLOUR

THE FALLOUT • AS RUSSIA’S VLADIMIR PUTIN SETS OUT TO SUBJUGATE UKRAINE, WHAT IS THE COST INDIA, HIS OWN COUNTRY AND THE WORLD WILL HAVE TO PAY?

A TORTURED HISTORY • The second-largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukraine was born in 1991 after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The separation created several points of friction between Russia and Ukraine, from the status of disputed Crimea to the ownership of the erstwhile Soviet Union’s Black Sea fleet and its nuclear weapons emplaced in Ukraine. A look at how the festering confrontations led to the current crisis.

OUR RUSSIAN ARMS • The international sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine could have an impact on ongoing defence deals with India, including for the Triumf S-400 missile platform and the $375 million joint venture with the DRDO to export BrahMos missiles to the Philippines. The Indian armed forces are highly dependent on Russian military hardware.

‘What is the point of a job when you don’t have a country?’ • INDIA TODAY TV’S GAURAV C. SAWANT IS IN KYIV COVERING THE CONFLICT. HIS ON-THE-SPOT REPORT

HOW INDIA WILL BE HIT • RUSSIA'S INVASION OF UKRAINE SENDS WORLD ECONOMIES INTO A TIZZY. THE INTENSITY OF THE IMPACT WILL DEPEND ON HOW PROTRACTED THE CRISIS IS

FASTEN YOUR SEATBELTS • The government’s urgent steps to bring back Indian nationals are overtaken by tragedy

TIE-BREAKER TERRITORY • Why Purvanchal, the Bhojpuri-speaking eastern belt of Uttar Pradesh, may well decide who will rule Lucknow

INDIA TODAY

OVER AT LAST? • THE MILDER OMICRON VARIANT RAISES HOPE THAT WE CAN PERHAPS TAME THE PANDEMIC. IT IS THE UNVACCINATED WHO MAY USHER IN A FRESH WAVE

IN THE PILL BOX • New drugs and their efficacy in reducing the impact of the virus

ADDING AN e TO EDUCATION • RESPONDING TO THE URGENT NEED TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO EDUCATION, THE GOVERNMENT STRENGTHENS ITS E-LEARNING INITIATIVES TO ENSURE A BROADER REACH

DECODING PM e-VIDYA

Womenpreneur in Education

WOMEN'S EDUCATION IN INDIA: THROUGH HISTORICAL LENSES

Sri Chaitanya's Sushma Boppana: 'Women have an amazing skill set'

WOMEN in EdTech

ENTREPRENEURIAL JOURNEY OF Dr. MARIAZEENA JOHNSON

Aradhana Galgotia

Mrs. Satya Bhalla

Anshu Agarwal

Dr Shalya Raj

THE BIG PRIVATISATION PUSHBACK • By January this year, the Centre had achieved just five per cent of its Rs 1.75 lakh crore divestment target for FY22. What ails the privatisation process, and what’s the way out?

IN THEIR SIGHTS • PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE WILDLIFE PROTECTION ACT COULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR CULLS TO TAKE PLACE. SOME WANT TO TAKE IT A STEP FURTHER AND LEGALISE HUNTING IN INDIA

Helping animals find their feet • A Rajasthan veterinarian makes prosthetics to give disabled animals a second chance

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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 86 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Mar 14 2022

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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 THEEDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

TENSION OVER PENSION

KAMAL NATH’S COLD START DOCTRINE

DEATH FOR DISSENT?

FORM-IV

Language Logjam

PRESIDENTIAL PAWAR?

Federal Friction

SwaRaj Bhavans

Page Turner

OFF-COLOUR

THE FALLOUT • AS RUSSIA’S VLADIMIR PUTIN SETS OUT TO SUBJUGATE UKRAINE, WHAT IS THE COST INDIA, HIS OWN COUNTRY AND THE WORLD WILL HAVE TO PAY?

A TORTURED HISTORY • The second-largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukraine was born in 1991 after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The separation created several points of friction between Russia and Ukraine, from the status of disputed Crimea to the ownership of the erstwhile Soviet Union’s Black Sea fleet and its nuclear weapons emplaced in Ukraine. A look at how the festering confrontations led to the current crisis.

OUR RUSSIAN ARMS • The international sanctions on Russia following its invasion of Ukraine could have an impact on ongoing defence deals with India, including for the Triumf S-400 missile platform and the $375 million joint venture with the DRDO to export BrahMos missiles to the Philippines. The Indian armed forces are highly dependent on Russian military hardware.

‘What is the point of a job when you don’t have a country?’ • INDIA TODAY TV’S GAURAV C. SAWANT IS IN KYIV COVERING THE CONFLICT. HIS ON-THE-SPOT REPORT

HOW INDIA WILL BE HIT • RUSSIA'S INVASION OF UKRAINE SENDS WORLD ECONOMIES INTO A TIZZY. THE INTENSITY OF THE IMPACT WILL DEPEND ON HOW PROTRACTED THE CRISIS IS

FASTEN YOUR SEATBELTS • The government’s urgent steps to bring back Indian nationals are overtaken by tragedy

TIE-BREAKER TERRITORY • Why Purvanchal, the Bhojpuri-speaking eastern belt of Uttar Pradesh, may well decide who will rule Lucknow

INDIA TODAY

OVER AT LAST? • THE MILDER OMICRON VARIANT RAISES HOPE THAT WE CAN PERHAPS TAME THE PANDEMIC. IT IS THE UNVACCINATED WHO MAY USHER IN A FRESH WAVE

IN THE PILL BOX • New drugs and their efficacy in reducing the impact of the virus

ADDING AN e TO EDUCATION • RESPONDING TO THE URGENT NEED TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO EDUCATION, THE GOVERNMENT STRENGTHENS ITS E-LEARNING INITIATIVES TO ENSURE A BROADER REACH

DECODING PM e-VIDYA

Womenpreneur in Education

WOMEN'S EDUCATION IN INDIA: THROUGH HISTORICAL LENSES

Sri Chaitanya's Sushma Boppana: 'Women have an amazing skill set'

WOMEN in EdTech

ENTREPRENEURIAL JOURNEY OF Dr. MARIAZEENA JOHNSON

Aradhana Galgotia

Mrs. Satya Bhalla

Anshu Agarwal

Dr Shalya Raj

THE BIG PRIVATISATION PUSHBACK • By January this year, the Centre had achieved just five per cent of its Rs 1.75 lakh crore divestment target for FY22. What ails the privatisation process, and what’s the way out?

IN THEIR SIGHTS • PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE WILDLIFE PROTECTION ACT COULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR CULLS TO TAKE PLACE. SOME WANT TO TAKE IT A STEP FURTHER AND LEGALISE HUNTING IN INDIA

Helping animals find their feet • A Rajasthan veterinarian makes prosthetics to give disabled animals a second chance

New...


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