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India Today

Jun 06 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

ANOTHER ILL WIND

THE MONKEYPOX FAQ

HOW TO END A SENTENCE

THE YASIN MALIK FILES

RUSH FOR UPPER BERTH

THE OBC RIDDLE: COUNT, BUT CAP • It’s a pyrrhic victory for Madhya Pradesh—the SC allows OBC quotas for local body polls, but effectively halves it

THE CHALLENGES AHEAD • UNDETERRED BY COVID, MODI 2.0 INITIATED RADICAL REFORMS IN KEY SECTORS. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PM’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND THE UNFINISHED TASKS

DANGER! GLOBAL RECESSION AHEAD • Nirmala Sitharaman managed more crises than any other finance minister in recent times and she managed them pretty well. But she still has to contend with high inflation, low growth and fewer jobs

SECURING THE HOME FRONT • Whether dealing with the abrogation of Article 370, shaping accords with Northeast rebels or plotting the next BJP win, Amit Shah has things sewn up

STAY THE MASTER OF THE BALANCING ACT • Negotiating the choppy waters of international relations while furthering national interests remains the clear focus of India’s foreign policy

THE MADE IN INDIA DEFENCE • The ministry and the military admirably tackled the twin blows of Covid and China, with the last giving a fillip to self-reliance in defence

NOW BUILD BRAND INDIA GLOBALLY • India’s single-minded focus on export growth fetched record dividends. It now needs to capitalise on the shift away from China and develop as a reliable alternative to the global value chain

MILES AHEAD • Even when the pandemic put nearly all economic activity on hold, one ministry continued onward, building roads and highways and generating jobs at a time when India was economically vulnerable

GET ON TO THE FAST TRACK • The new railways minister has quelled the unease among the staff and unions, and is racing to get faster, safer trains on the tracks

TAKING FLIGHT AGAIN • Battered by the pandemic, the air lines industry is getting back on its feet, aided by infra structure and stimulus schemes

OUR NEW IDENTITY IS JB. OUR CORE VALUES REMAIN UNCHANGED.

SETTING SAILS TO THE WIND • The Sagarmala programme and inland waterways are the big wins. A bigger piece of the global maritime trade is next

YES! I WISH TO SUBSCRIBE TO INDIA TODAY

ELECTRIC DREAMS • The push for domestic manufacture of electric vehicles bodes well for the future

A GREAT SUPPORT SYSTEM • Dedicated ecosystems for industry, start-ups and textiles will go a long way in boosting these sectors

WORKFORCE WOES • The drop in labour participation rate, made worse by the pandemic, continues to be cause for concern

STILL SEEKING SUCCOUR • Most hit by the pandemic, MSMEs need continued help to tackle the present business uncertainties and low demand

STRIVING FOR ENERGY SECURITY • Rising international crude prices left little room to manoeuvre while private players are skittish about India’s oil and gas exploration sector

TRIPPING ON REFORMS • Frequent power failures during peak demand underline the need to take up major restructuring in the sector

ALL BETS ON BLACK GOLD • This summer’s coal...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 168 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Jun 06 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

ANOTHER ILL WIND

THE MONKEYPOX FAQ

HOW TO END A SENTENCE

THE YASIN MALIK FILES

RUSH FOR UPPER BERTH

THE OBC RIDDLE: COUNT, BUT CAP • It’s a pyrrhic victory for Madhya Pradesh—the SC allows OBC quotas for local body polls, but effectively halves it

THE CHALLENGES AHEAD • UNDETERRED BY COVID, MODI 2.0 INITIATED RADICAL REFORMS IN KEY SECTORS. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PM’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND THE UNFINISHED TASKS

DANGER! GLOBAL RECESSION AHEAD • Nirmala Sitharaman managed more crises than any other finance minister in recent times and she managed them pretty well. But she still has to contend with high inflation, low growth and fewer jobs

SECURING THE HOME FRONT • Whether dealing with the abrogation of Article 370, shaping accords with Northeast rebels or plotting the next BJP win, Amit Shah has things sewn up

STAY THE MASTER OF THE BALANCING ACT • Negotiating the choppy waters of international relations while furthering national interests remains the clear focus of India’s foreign policy

THE MADE IN INDIA DEFENCE • The ministry and the military admirably tackled the twin blows of Covid and China, with the last giving a fillip to self-reliance in defence

NOW BUILD BRAND INDIA GLOBALLY • India’s single-minded focus on export growth fetched record dividends. It now needs to capitalise on the shift away from China and develop as a reliable alternative to the global value chain

MILES AHEAD • Even when the pandemic put nearly all economic activity on hold, one ministry continued onward, building roads and highways and generating jobs at a time when India was economically vulnerable

GET ON TO THE FAST TRACK • The new railways minister has quelled the unease among the staff and unions, and is racing to get faster, safer trains on the tracks

TAKING FLIGHT AGAIN • Battered by the pandemic, the air lines industry is getting back on its feet, aided by infra structure and stimulus schemes

OUR NEW IDENTITY IS JB. OUR CORE VALUES REMAIN UNCHANGED.

SETTING SAILS TO THE WIND • The Sagarmala programme and inland waterways are the big wins. A bigger piece of the global maritime trade is next

YES! I WISH TO SUBSCRIBE TO INDIA TODAY

ELECTRIC DREAMS • The push for domestic manufacture of electric vehicles bodes well for the future

A GREAT SUPPORT SYSTEM • Dedicated ecosystems for industry, start-ups and textiles will go a long way in boosting these sectors

WORKFORCE WOES • The drop in labour participation rate, made worse by the pandemic, continues to be cause for concern

STILL SEEKING SUCCOUR • Most hit by the pandemic, MSMEs need continued help to tackle the present business uncertainties and low demand

STRIVING FOR ENERGY SECURITY • Rising international crude prices left little room to manoeuvre while private players are skittish about India’s oil and gas exploration sector

TRIPPING ON REFORMS • Frequent power failures during peak demand underline the need to take up major restructuring in the sector

ALL BETS ON BLACK GOLD • This summer’s coal...


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