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India Today

Mar 28 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 CLOAK OF JUSTICE

THE NEXT BIG BATTLE

The Mayawati Mystery

WOOING WOMEN

THE WAR GETS NASTY

ED ON THE HUNT • The Enforcement Directorate is investigating 10 leaders of the ruling MVA alliance

When Populism Begins to Pinch

THE DOLE CALL • Welfare schemes in focus in Mamata’s third term

BOVINE DEVOTION

IN A DIFFERENT LEAGUE

THE HUNGER, THE MESS • A LACKLUSTRE ECONOMY IS DRIVING MILLIONS OF INDIANS TO SEEK SCARCE GOVERNMENT JOBS, BUT THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS REMAINS DAUNTING AND CHAOTIC

UTTAR PRADESH: Rakesh Pal, 28, B.Sc. (Chemistry)

KERALA: Basheer A., 39, B.Sc. (Agriculture)

MADHYA PRADESH Ranjeet Raghunath, 26, B.Sc. (Agriculture)

UTTAR PRADESH Rahul Modalwal, 27, Diploma in optometry

RAJASTHAN Surabhi Pareek, 22, B.Sc. (Biology), B.Ed. (Final year)

WEST BENGAL: Jinat Asrin, 32, B.A. in Bangla literature

BIHAR: Gulab Gautam, 25, B.Sc. (Chemistry)

INDIA-UAE CEPA TO CREATE JOBS, BOOST TRADE: 10 POINTS • The Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, signed by India and the United Arab Emirates, will help businesses in both nations and foster closer bilateral ties.

REFLECTION OF THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCE

UAE: THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY

NEW CM, OLD PROBLEM • CM BHAGWANT MANN AND AAP BROKE THE SHACKLES IN PUNJAB POLITICS. CAN THEY DO THE SAME FOR THE ECONOMY AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE?

THE LADY AND THE YOGI • WHO IS THE MYSTERY MAN WHO GAMED THE BOURSES AND MADE THE NSE DIRECTOR HIS WILLING PROXY?

THE RISE & FALL…

NSE’S CORE TEAM

Communal Catharsis • In telling the story of the Pandits’ brutal expulsion from the Valley, Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files ends up caricaturing voices of dissent

Casting the Net Wide • TWO MAHARASHTRA POLICE OFFICERS CRACK BIG CYBER OFFENCE CASES AT A TIME WHEN THE FORCE IS ON THE DEFENSIVE

GOODBYE, BIG CITY • The desire for a simpler, cleaner, stress-free life is driving people to invest in second homes far from the metros’s madding crowds

PARADISE FOUND • The disillusionment with urban living is driving ambitious new property developments offering all mod cons far away from the city

PUTTING LADIES IN THE LEAD • Vidya Balan has been at the vanguard of a new wave of Hindi cinema that puts women first

GETTING HIS ACTS RIGHT • Paatal Lok made him a household name, but Jaideep Ahlawat still wants to push the envelope

When Less Was More • A NEW BOOK AND A MAJOR EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK EXAMINE ARCHITECTURAL MODERNISM AS AN EXPRESSION OF SOUTH ASIAN DECOLONISATION

A PEOPLE’S PHOTOGRAPHER • The lens with which Pablo Bartholomew has shot Naga tribes is both intimate and humanistic

Through the Lens, Clearly • Vinay Sheel Oberoi’s photos of the Monpa people bring us closer to an otherwise distant community

Q & A IN SHIVA HE TRUSTS • At 91, Dr Karan Singh is equally devoted to politics and scholarship, but editing the recently released Shiva: Lord of the Cosmic Dance was for him an expression of a more personal...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 64 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Mar 28 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 THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE CLOAK OF JUSTICE

THE NEXT BIG BATTLE

The Mayawati Mystery

WOOING WOMEN

THE WAR GETS NASTY

ED ON THE HUNT • The Enforcement Directorate is investigating 10 leaders of the ruling MVA alliance

When Populism Begins to Pinch

THE DOLE CALL • Welfare schemes in focus in Mamata’s third term

BOVINE DEVOTION

IN A DIFFERENT LEAGUE

THE HUNGER, THE MESS • A LACKLUSTRE ECONOMY IS DRIVING MILLIONS OF INDIANS TO SEEK SCARCE GOVERNMENT JOBS, BUT THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS REMAINS DAUNTING AND CHAOTIC

UTTAR PRADESH: Rakesh Pal, 28, B.Sc. (Chemistry)

KERALA: Basheer A., 39, B.Sc. (Agriculture)

MADHYA PRADESH Ranjeet Raghunath, 26, B.Sc. (Agriculture)

UTTAR PRADESH Rahul Modalwal, 27, Diploma in optometry

RAJASTHAN Surabhi Pareek, 22, B.Sc. (Biology), B.Ed. (Final year)

WEST BENGAL: Jinat Asrin, 32, B.A. in Bangla literature

BIHAR: Gulab Gautam, 25, B.Sc. (Chemistry)

INDIA-UAE CEPA TO CREATE JOBS, BOOST TRADE: 10 POINTS • The Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, signed by India and the United Arab Emirates, will help businesses in both nations and foster closer bilateral ties.

REFLECTION OF THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCE

UAE: THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY

NEW CM, OLD PROBLEM • CM BHAGWANT MANN AND AAP BROKE THE SHACKLES IN PUNJAB POLITICS. CAN THEY DO THE SAME FOR THE ECONOMY AND THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE?

THE LADY AND THE YOGI • WHO IS THE MYSTERY MAN WHO GAMED THE BOURSES AND MADE THE NSE DIRECTOR HIS WILLING PROXY?

THE RISE & FALL…

NSE’S CORE TEAM

Communal Catharsis • In telling the story of the Pandits’ brutal expulsion from the Valley, Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files ends up caricaturing voices of dissent

Casting the Net Wide • TWO MAHARASHTRA POLICE OFFICERS CRACK BIG CYBER OFFENCE CASES AT A TIME WHEN THE FORCE IS ON THE DEFENSIVE

GOODBYE, BIG CITY • The desire for a simpler, cleaner, stress-free life is driving people to invest in second homes far from the metros’s madding crowds

PARADISE FOUND • The disillusionment with urban living is driving ambitious new property developments offering all mod cons far away from the city

PUTTING LADIES IN THE LEAD • Vidya Balan has been at the vanguard of a new wave of Hindi cinema that puts women first

GETTING HIS ACTS RIGHT • Paatal Lok made him a household name, but Jaideep Ahlawat still wants to push the envelope

When Less Was More • A NEW BOOK AND A MAJOR EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK EXAMINE ARCHITECTURAL MODERNISM AS AN EXPRESSION OF SOUTH ASIAN DECOLONISATION

A PEOPLE’S PHOTOGRAPHER • The lens with which Pablo Bartholomew has shot Naga tribes is both intimate and humanistic

Through the Lens, Clearly • Vinay Sheel Oberoi’s photos of the Monpa people bring us closer to an otherwise distant community

Q & A IN SHIVA HE TRUSTS • At 91, Dr Karan Singh is equally devoted to politics and scholarship, but editing the recently released Shiva: Lord of the Cosmic Dance was for him an expression of a more personal...


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