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India Today

May 30 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

YOGI’S NEW NEUTRAL AVATAR

THE CASTE CALCULUS

NEW RESOLUTION, OLD CONGRESS

SORENS IN A MINEFIELD

THE HEAT IS ON • The hottest March in 122 years has been followed by record-breaking heat waves* in Apr-May

BLACKEST OF BOARDS

Why Marital Rape Qualifies as Rape

CRYPTOS ON A CRASH COURSE

SONI AND SONIA

LIVING it up • If there’s one thing the pandemic taught us, it’s that you only live once. And Indians are making the most of it, travelling, chasing a new job or hobby, exercising or savouring a moment of pure joy

BACK TO MASJID VS. MANDIR? • A COURT-MANDATED SURVEY OF THE HISTORIC MOSQUE LEADS TO FURTHER ESCALATION WITH CONTESTED CLAIMS OF A HIDDEN LINGAM BEING DISCOVERED. COULD KASHI BE THE NEW AYODHYA?

CONTESTED PRAYERS

NUCLEUS OFFICE PARKS BECOMES LARGEST LEED V4.1 OPERATIONS + MAINTENANCE CERTIFIED OFFICE PORTFOLIO IN INDIA • Nucleus Office Parks are the operating platform for Blackstone Real Estate's wholly owned offices in India. With 16 Million square feet under management across Mumbai, Bangalore, NCR, Chennai and Ahmedabad they have an enviable presence in this space. But what grabs our attention is their commitment to sustainability. Nine of their assets have received LEED certifications.

BAFFLING BAN • Foreign governments and our own farmers are angry about India’s sudden ban on wheat exports. But high inflation, lower-than-expected yield and procurement forced New Delhi’s hand

BETTING ON THE HINTERLAND • BHUPESH BAGHEL KICKS OFF HIS 2023 RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN BY UNDERTAKING A SWEEPING TOUR OF RURAL CHHATTISGARH AND ASSESSING GOVERNMENT WELFARE SCHEMES

“Our schemes aren’t freebies, they help productivity” • Partaking of a traditional Oraon tribal meal of kurthi daal, tomato chutney and lakra at the house of Rajnath Singh, a resident of Bhainsakhar village in the state’s Ambikapur district, CM BHUPESH BAGHEL spoke to INDIA TODAY on the Bhent Mulaqat Abhiyan programme, his government’s schemes and plans to take on the BJP in the up coming 2023 assembly election. Excerpts

WHY JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS ARE DELAYED • Tardiness driven by a tangle involving collegiums and the Centre characterises the filling up of vacant positions of high court judges. And pending cases pile up inexorably

HOW INDIA MADE HISTORY • THE INDIAN MEN’S BADMINTON TEAM WON GLORY BY CLINCHING THE THOMAS CUP FOR THE FIRST TIME. WHAT WENT INTO THE BIG WIN AND WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

WHAT ‘IS’ INDIAN POETRY? • A milestone and a doorstopper, this ambitious anthology brings together 94 poets whom India can claim as its own

The Indian Poets Society

LAYING DOWN THE LAW • SHOWS LIKE GUILTY MINDS ARE PROOF THAT OTT PLATFORMS HAVE FOUND A WINNER IN GRITTY LEGAL DRAMAS

Ball in Their Court

DOWN TO THE LETTER • DISPLAYED AT AN EXHIBITION IN KOLKATA, SATYAJIT RAY’S LETTERS TO A YOUNG FRIEND MAKE HIS WARMTH CONSPICUOUS

Centenary Salute • Recent films that have doffed their hats to Satyajit Ray

Against the Stream • Bengali OTT entertainment has taken off, but it sadly remains a prisoner of...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 68 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: May 30 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

YOGI’S NEW NEUTRAL AVATAR

THE CASTE CALCULUS

NEW RESOLUTION, OLD CONGRESS

SORENS IN A MINEFIELD

THE HEAT IS ON • The hottest March in 122 years has been followed by record-breaking heat waves* in Apr-May

BLACKEST OF BOARDS

Why Marital Rape Qualifies as Rape

CRYPTOS ON A CRASH COURSE

SONI AND SONIA

LIVING it up • If there’s one thing the pandemic taught us, it’s that you only live once. And Indians are making the most of it, travelling, chasing a new job or hobby, exercising or savouring a moment of pure joy

BACK TO MASJID VS. MANDIR? • A COURT-MANDATED SURVEY OF THE HISTORIC MOSQUE LEADS TO FURTHER ESCALATION WITH CONTESTED CLAIMS OF A HIDDEN LINGAM BEING DISCOVERED. COULD KASHI BE THE NEW AYODHYA?

CONTESTED PRAYERS

NUCLEUS OFFICE PARKS BECOMES LARGEST LEED V4.1 OPERATIONS + MAINTENANCE CERTIFIED OFFICE PORTFOLIO IN INDIA • Nucleus Office Parks are the operating platform for Blackstone Real Estate's wholly owned offices in India. With 16 Million square feet under management across Mumbai, Bangalore, NCR, Chennai and Ahmedabad they have an enviable presence in this space. But what grabs our attention is their commitment to sustainability. Nine of their assets have received LEED certifications.

BAFFLING BAN • Foreign governments and our own farmers are angry about India’s sudden ban on wheat exports. But high inflation, lower-than-expected yield and procurement forced New Delhi’s hand

BETTING ON THE HINTERLAND • BHUPESH BAGHEL KICKS OFF HIS 2023 RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN BY UNDERTAKING A SWEEPING TOUR OF RURAL CHHATTISGARH AND ASSESSING GOVERNMENT WELFARE SCHEMES

“Our schemes aren’t freebies, they help productivity” • Partaking of a traditional Oraon tribal meal of kurthi daal, tomato chutney and lakra at the house of Rajnath Singh, a resident of Bhainsakhar village in the state’s Ambikapur district, CM BHUPESH BAGHEL spoke to INDIA TODAY on the Bhent Mulaqat Abhiyan programme, his government’s schemes and plans to take on the BJP in the up coming 2023 assembly election. Excerpts

WHY JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS ARE DELAYED • Tardiness driven by a tangle involving collegiums and the Centre characterises the filling up of vacant positions of high court judges. And pending cases pile up inexorably

HOW INDIA MADE HISTORY • THE INDIAN MEN’S BADMINTON TEAM WON GLORY BY CLINCHING THE THOMAS CUP FOR THE FIRST TIME. WHAT WENT INTO THE BIG WIN AND WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

WHAT ‘IS’ INDIAN POETRY? • A milestone and a doorstopper, this ambitious anthology brings together 94 poets whom India can claim as its own

The Indian Poets Society

LAYING DOWN THE LAW • SHOWS LIKE GUILTY MINDS ARE PROOF THAT OTT PLATFORMS HAVE FOUND A WINNER IN GRITTY LEGAL DRAMAS

Ball in Their Court

DOWN TO THE LETTER • DISPLAYED AT AN EXHIBITION IN KOLKATA, SATYAJIT RAY’S LETTERS TO A YOUNG FRIEND MAKE HIS WARMTH CONSPICUOUS

Centenary Salute • Recent films that have doffed their hats to Satyajit Ray

Against the Stream • Bengali OTT entertainment has taken off, but it sadly remains a prisoner of...


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