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India Today

Mar 21 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 THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE INDIAN BYPASS

TRICKY BUSINESS

DOWN THE CHUTE

Playing Defence

WHAT’S COOKING?

COALITION ADHARMA

Atmanirbhar Gujarat

THE WINNING HABIT

Raje’s Show of Strength

PRISONERS OF OUR OWN DEVICE

MODI + YOGI = BJP’S NEW WINNING FORMULA

HOW UP WAS WON • THE BJP TOOK THE LEAD ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND LAW & ORDER NARRATIVE, AND USED SOCIAL SCHEMES TO OVERCOME CASTE DIVIDES

WHY UP CHOSE TO RETAIN YOGI

AKHILESH’S GOOD FIGHT

IN SHORT

FIRST FAMILY OF RAMPUR KHAS

A SMOOTH MOVE

The Final Count

AAP AND A NEW DAWN • PUNJAB’S DISILLUSIONED VOTERS HAVE THROWN OUT THE OLD, AND ARE LOOKING FOR A CLEAN START WITH AAP. NEW CM BHAGWANT MANN HAS A BIG TASK ON HIS HANDS

WHY PUNJAB WENT WITH AAP

A GAMBLE THAT PAID OFF • WHILE A FRAGMENTED OPPOSITION FAILED TO CAPITALISE ON ANTI-INCUMBENCY, THE BJP FIELDED A RAFT OF DEFECTORS AND WON

WHY GOA CHOSE THE BJP OVER CONGRESS

DON'T USE MOBILE PHONE WHILE DRIVING

A CHANCE TO MAKE AMENDS • CONGRESS INFIGHTING MADE THE JOB EASY FOR THE INCUMBENT BJP EVEN AS CM DHAMI FELL SHORT OF THE CREASE

WHY THEY VOTED FOR THE BJP

BJP COMES INTO ITS OWN • THE BJP VICTORY IN MANIPUR RESTED ON ITS GOVERNMENT’S SUCCESS IN CLAMPING DOWN ON VIOLENCE, DELIVERY OF WELFARE SCHEMES AND AN OPPOSITION IN DISARRAY

WHY MANIPUR WENT SAFFRON

LESSONS IN THE DEFEAT • NO RIVAL COULD MATCH THE BJP’S ORGANISATIONAL STRENGTH OR BEAT ITS NARRATIVE. FINDING A WAY OUT OF THE DISARRAY AHEAD OF 2024 WON’T BE EASY

HOW THE OPPOSITION PERFORMED • Barring AAP in Punjab, BJP’s rivals had a disastrous outing in the other four states, with the Congress touching new lows in Uttar Pradesh and Manipur

CONGRESS’S SHRINKING FOOTPRINT • The party now occupies 17 per cent of all assembly seats across the country. It does not have a single MLA in six states that account for 691 seats

The Southern Powerhouse • As Tamil Nadu goes from strength to strength, experts debate how it can become India’s leading state

HOW TO MAKE TAMIL NADU THE INDUSTRIAL HUB OF THE COUNTRY

“I am against authoritarian centralising”

THE CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING TAMIL NADU AS A ONE TRILLION-DOLLAR ECONOMY

START-UP SAGA: CAN CHENNAI BE THE NEXT BENGALURU FOR START-UPS?

HOW TO MAKE TAMIL NADU THE CAPITAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

TAMIL NADU’S GREEN REVOLUTION 2.0

MAKING TAMIL NADU THE TOURIST DESTINATION OF THE SOUTH

MAKING CHENNAI THE FUTURE CITY

CAN TAMIL NADU FORGE A FEDERAL FRONT?

SIDELIGHTS

BIG AND BRASSY • Artist-sculptor Subodh Gupta is back with the kind of grand statement that first helped him make a name

The Art Crawl • Ongoing shows you should catch

Bursting the Canon • The Kathmandu Triennale hopes to decolonise art with its focus on heritage and indigenous practices

DEFYING THE ODDS • Breakout artists from Jammu & Kashmir

Kashmir’s New Songbook • Young Kashmiri musicians are finding their voice in a new live...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 68 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Mar 21 2022

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  • Release date: March 11, 2022

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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.

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE INDIAN BYPASS

TRICKY BUSINESS

DOWN THE CHUTE

Playing Defence

WHAT’S COOKING?

COALITION ADHARMA

Atmanirbhar Gujarat

THE WINNING HABIT

Raje’s Show of Strength

PRISONERS OF OUR OWN DEVICE

MODI + YOGI = BJP’S NEW WINNING FORMULA

HOW UP WAS WON • THE BJP TOOK THE LEAD ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND LAW & ORDER NARRATIVE, AND USED SOCIAL SCHEMES TO OVERCOME CASTE DIVIDES

WHY UP CHOSE TO RETAIN YOGI

AKHILESH’S GOOD FIGHT

IN SHORT

FIRST FAMILY OF RAMPUR KHAS

A SMOOTH MOVE

The Final Count

AAP AND A NEW DAWN • PUNJAB’S DISILLUSIONED VOTERS HAVE THROWN OUT THE OLD, AND ARE LOOKING FOR A CLEAN START WITH AAP. NEW CM BHAGWANT MANN HAS A BIG TASK ON HIS HANDS

WHY PUNJAB WENT WITH AAP

A GAMBLE THAT PAID OFF • WHILE A FRAGMENTED OPPOSITION FAILED TO CAPITALISE ON ANTI-INCUMBENCY, THE BJP FIELDED A RAFT OF DEFECTORS AND WON

WHY GOA CHOSE THE BJP OVER CONGRESS

DON'T USE MOBILE PHONE WHILE DRIVING

A CHANCE TO MAKE AMENDS • CONGRESS INFIGHTING MADE THE JOB EASY FOR THE INCUMBENT BJP EVEN AS CM DHAMI FELL SHORT OF THE CREASE

WHY THEY VOTED FOR THE BJP

BJP COMES INTO ITS OWN • THE BJP VICTORY IN MANIPUR RESTED ON ITS GOVERNMENT’S SUCCESS IN CLAMPING DOWN ON VIOLENCE, DELIVERY OF WELFARE SCHEMES AND AN OPPOSITION IN DISARRAY

WHY MANIPUR WENT SAFFRON

LESSONS IN THE DEFEAT • NO RIVAL COULD MATCH THE BJP’S ORGANISATIONAL STRENGTH OR BEAT ITS NARRATIVE. FINDING A WAY OUT OF THE DISARRAY AHEAD OF 2024 WON’T BE EASY

HOW THE OPPOSITION PERFORMED • Barring AAP in Punjab, BJP’s rivals had a disastrous outing in the other four states, with the Congress touching new lows in Uttar Pradesh and Manipur

CONGRESS’S SHRINKING FOOTPRINT • The party now occupies 17 per cent of all assembly seats across the country. It does not have a single MLA in six states that account for 691 seats

The Southern Powerhouse • As Tamil Nadu goes from strength to strength, experts debate how it can become India’s leading state

HOW TO MAKE TAMIL NADU THE INDUSTRIAL HUB OF THE COUNTRY

“I am against authoritarian centralising”

THE CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING TAMIL NADU AS A ONE TRILLION-DOLLAR ECONOMY

START-UP SAGA: CAN CHENNAI BE THE NEXT BENGALURU FOR START-UPS?

HOW TO MAKE TAMIL NADU THE CAPITAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

TAMIL NADU’S GREEN REVOLUTION 2.0

MAKING TAMIL NADU THE TOURIST DESTINATION OF THE SOUTH

MAKING CHENNAI THE FUTURE CITY

CAN TAMIL NADU FORGE A FEDERAL FRONT?

SIDELIGHTS

BIG AND BRASSY • Artist-sculptor Subodh Gupta is back with the kind of grand statement that first helped him make a name

The Art Crawl • Ongoing shows you should catch

Bursting the Canon • The Kathmandu Triennale hopes to decolonise art with its focus on heritage and indigenous practices

DEFYING THE ODDS • Breakout artists from Jammu & Kashmir

Kashmir’s New Songbook • Young Kashmiri musicians are finding their voice in a new live...


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