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India Today

Apr 11 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

BACK TO THE CRYPT?

VIRTUAL TROUBLE

AIR TRAVEL MAKES A COMEBACK

THE DAKMASTER NEXUS

YOGI 2.0: NEW CASTE EQUATIONS

KEY PLAYERS IN THE NEW CABINET

THACKERAYS IN THE CROSSHAIRS

THE BITTER HALF

SELECTIVE NEPOTISM

The Future Speaks

A NORTHEAST BOYCOTT?

GANDHIAN MODI

An Andhra Thaali

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

THE ALLURE OF ALIA • SHE ALWAYS KNEW SHE WAS BORN TO BE A STAR. NOW, THE WORLD KNOWS IT TOO. ALIA BHATT HAS ARRIVED, AND HOW

Famous Five • In a career that will mark a decade mark later this year, Alia Bhatt has consistently delivered hits

On a Role • Alia’s other noteworthy performances

Coming Next…

Simply Alia

TECH TO THE BOOTH: BJP’S MISSION 51 • Aiming at a 51 per cent vote share in 2023, the ruling party in MP has deployed digital technology to micro-manage its booth-level voter outreach

“Like sugar in milk, those who joined from other parties became one with me” • On March 23, SHIVRAJ SINGH CHOUHAN completed two years in office during his fourth term as chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. A few weeks ago, he had become the longest serving BJP CM, overtaking former Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh. Chouhan spoke to RAHUL NORONHA on the challenges in his fourth term, his preparations for the 2023 assembly poll and his newfound ‘Bulldozer Mama’ image. Excerpts from the interview:

A NEW GATEWAY TO THE CAMPUS • BOARD RESULTS WILL NO LONGER DECIDE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS. BUT CAN THE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST LEVEL THE FIELD FOR STUDENTS FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS?

WHAT’S CUET? • A quick guide to college admission under central universities

CUET FORMAT

LONG COVID THE REAL THREAT • From memory loss to chronic fatigue that can last for months, the duration of post-Covid complications remains a mystery

HOW TO STAY SAFE AFTER COVID • Vital recovery tips from Dr T. Chandrasekhar, Director of Internal Medicine at Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai

THE MELTDOWN IN SRI LANKA • FACED WITH A SERIOUS ECONOMIC CRISIS, THE ISLAND NATION HAS BEEN FORCED TO LOOK OUTWARDS FOR HELP WHICH, IN TURN, IS BURDENING IT WITH HIGH EXTERNAL DEBT

HELP FROM ACROSS THE STRAIT

FIRST DRIVE

GOING UP IN FLAMES • A MAJOR WORRY FOR EV OWNERS IS THE RISK OF THE BATTERY CATCHING FIRE. WITH RECENT REPORTS OF SOME ELECTRIC SCOOTERS COMBUSTING, THIS PROBLEM IS NOW FRONT AND CENTRE

POWER PLAYERS • A LOOK AT SOME OF THE 2022 OFFERINGS FROM THE BIGGEST STABLES—BMW, AUDI, MERCEDES BENZ AND MORE

TWO WHEEL ITANS • THERE OF THE LATEST BIKES ON THE BLOCK

PURE THRILLS • SKODA’S NEW SLAVIA GIVES YOU PLENTY OF REASONS TO CONSIDER A SEDAN OVER AN SUV WHILE ADDING A GENEROUS DOSE OF FUN

SMOOTH OPERATOR • MARUTI SUZUKI HAS LAUNCHED THE NEXT GENERATION OF THE BALENO. SO WHAT’S NEW ABOUT THE RIDE?

A MATTER OF SAFETY • With a 4-Star safety rating from Global NCAP, the made in India, made for India Renault Kiger SUV proves that it is as safe as it is stunning

CREATURE COMFORTS • KIA IS ALL SET TO LAUNCH...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 100 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Apr 11 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: April 1, 2022

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News & Politics

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

BACK TO THE CRYPT?

VIRTUAL TROUBLE

AIR TRAVEL MAKES A COMEBACK

THE DAKMASTER NEXUS

YOGI 2.0: NEW CASTE EQUATIONS

KEY PLAYERS IN THE NEW CABINET

THACKERAYS IN THE CROSSHAIRS

THE BITTER HALF

SELECTIVE NEPOTISM

The Future Speaks

A NORTHEAST BOYCOTT?

GANDHIAN MODI

An Andhra Thaali

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

THE ALLURE OF ALIA • SHE ALWAYS KNEW SHE WAS BORN TO BE A STAR. NOW, THE WORLD KNOWS IT TOO. ALIA BHATT HAS ARRIVED, AND HOW

Famous Five • In a career that will mark a decade mark later this year, Alia Bhatt has consistently delivered hits

On a Role • Alia’s other noteworthy performances

Coming Next…

Simply Alia

TECH TO THE BOOTH: BJP’S MISSION 51 • Aiming at a 51 per cent vote share in 2023, the ruling party in MP has deployed digital technology to micro-manage its booth-level voter outreach

“Like sugar in milk, those who joined from other parties became one with me” • On March 23, SHIVRAJ SINGH CHOUHAN completed two years in office during his fourth term as chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. A few weeks ago, he had become the longest serving BJP CM, overtaking former Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh. Chouhan spoke to RAHUL NORONHA on the challenges in his fourth term, his preparations for the 2023 assembly poll and his newfound ‘Bulldozer Mama’ image. Excerpts from the interview:

A NEW GATEWAY TO THE CAMPUS • BOARD RESULTS WILL NO LONGER DECIDE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS. BUT CAN THE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST LEVEL THE FIELD FOR STUDENTS FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS?

WHAT’S CUET? • A quick guide to college admission under central universities

CUET FORMAT

LONG COVID THE REAL THREAT • From memory loss to chronic fatigue that can last for months, the duration of post-Covid complications remains a mystery

HOW TO STAY SAFE AFTER COVID • Vital recovery tips from Dr T. Chandrasekhar, Director of Internal Medicine at Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai

THE MELTDOWN IN SRI LANKA • FACED WITH A SERIOUS ECONOMIC CRISIS, THE ISLAND NATION HAS BEEN FORCED TO LOOK OUTWARDS FOR HELP WHICH, IN TURN, IS BURDENING IT WITH HIGH EXTERNAL DEBT

HELP FROM ACROSS THE STRAIT

FIRST DRIVE

GOING UP IN FLAMES • A MAJOR WORRY FOR EV OWNERS IS THE RISK OF THE BATTERY CATCHING FIRE. WITH RECENT REPORTS OF SOME ELECTRIC SCOOTERS COMBUSTING, THIS PROBLEM IS NOW FRONT AND CENTRE

POWER PLAYERS • A LOOK AT SOME OF THE 2022 OFFERINGS FROM THE BIGGEST STABLES—BMW, AUDI, MERCEDES BENZ AND MORE

TWO WHEEL ITANS • THERE OF THE LATEST BIKES ON THE BLOCK

PURE THRILLS • SKODA’S NEW SLAVIA GIVES YOU PLENTY OF REASONS TO CONSIDER A SEDAN OVER AN SUV WHILE ADDING A GENEROUS DOSE OF FUN

SMOOTH OPERATOR • MARUTI SUZUKI HAS LAUNCHED THE NEXT GENERATION OF THE BALENO. SO WHAT’S NEW ABOUT THE RIDE?

A MATTER OF SAFETY • With a 4-Star safety rating from Global NCAP, the made in India, made for India Renault Kiger SUV proves that it is as safe as it is stunning

CREATURE COMFORTS • KIA IS ALL SET TO LAUNCH...


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