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India Today

Aug 08 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

MONKEY ON THE BACK

RUMBLINGS IN THE YOGI REGIME

CHEETAH COALITION TAKES OATH

THE ELECTION MANAGER

Freaky Friday

POLL BUGLE?

HERO TO ZERO

Credit Score

NOT AN EASY RIDE • KARNATAKA CHIEF MINISTER BASAVARAJ BOMMAI, WHO COMPLETED ONE YEAR IN OFFICE THIS WEEK, FACES THE ONEROUS TASK OF ENSURING THE BJP’S VICTORY IN THE UPCOMING STATE ASSEMBLY ELECTION

“IF THE RULE OF LAW IS HINDUTVA, I DON’T MIND IT” • Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bommai spoke to Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa on the achievements and challenges of his one year in the saddle. Excerpts:

AN EIPRESSWAY OF OROWTH ON THE LAND OF BRAVE BUNDELAS

PARTHA’S FALSE NOTES • The controversy over teachers’ recruitment in West Bengal has a material basis now: gold and cash. With TMC heavyweight Partha Chatterjee in custody, the party has to survive the scandal

TRIBAL POWER • DROUPADI MURMU’S JOURNEY FROM RAIRANGPUR TO RAISINA HILL IS A GIANT LEAP FOR INDIA’S NEGLECTED AND EXPLOITED COMMUNITIES AND A WATERSHED MOMENT IN THE HISTORY OF INDIA

ROAD TO RAISINA • THE TRAJECTORY OF DROUPADI MURMU’S RISE FROM GRASSROOTS

A STATUS REPORT • The tribal population is minuscule and public spend on bettering their lot has risen over the years, so why are they at the bottom on almost all indicators?

THE NATIVE DRUM BEATS • Men and women whose success has done their indigenous communities proud

SMELTED IDENTITIES • What does ‘tribal’ mean? At best it’s an ensemble of archetypes, each one more problematic than the other

FROM THE MEKONG TO MALKANGIRI

HUL JOHAR!

A FEW ‘GREAT LEADERS’

FOREST FLAVOURS • Red ant chutney, you said? You need to consume more than cliches…indigenous foods are a full-bodied celebration of terroir, linking taste to a sense of place and identity

HIS GRAND SCHEME OF THINGS • With Brahmastra, director Ayan Mukerji says he has melded love, myths and VFX to give India a kind of cinema it hasn’t seen before

Full Stream Ahead • We only ever knew Imtiaz Ali for his love stories, but OTT platforms are showing the filmmaker in a new light

INDIA’S TOP MEDAL CONTENDERS AT CWG • India is a rising force in sport, as demonstrated by their best-ever haul of seven medals at last year’s Tokyo Olympics. Another step in the journey for the country’s athletes will be the Commonwealth Games, which will take place in Birmingham from July 28-August 8. India is competing in 15 sports at the Games and here are the athletes poised for a podium finish:

Rooted to the Sound • Melding folk music with modern influences, the Tetseo Sisters have taken their Naga roots to an international audience

LONG LIVES THE BLUES • SOULMATE, SHILLONG’S ICONIC BLUES-ROCK ACT, WILL SOON TURN 20, BUT THIS ISN’T MAKING THEM COMPLACENT

THE HILLS ARE ALIVE… • …WITH THE SOUNDS OF MUSIC THESE ARTISTS ARE MAKING

Q+A FIGHTING FIT • Given the stunts Disha Patani performs, it’s obvious she is an action star in the making, but releasing theatrically on July 29, Ek Villain Returns has ensured...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 68 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Aug 08 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

MONKEY ON THE BACK

RUMBLINGS IN THE YOGI REGIME

CHEETAH COALITION TAKES OATH

THE ELECTION MANAGER

Freaky Friday

POLL BUGLE?

HERO TO ZERO

Credit Score

NOT AN EASY RIDE • KARNATAKA CHIEF MINISTER BASAVARAJ BOMMAI, WHO COMPLETED ONE YEAR IN OFFICE THIS WEEK, FACES THE ONEROUS TASK OF ENSURING THE BJP’S VICTORY IN THE UPCOMING STATE ASSEMBLY ELECTION

“IF THE RULE OF LAW IS HINDUTVA, I DON’T MIND IT” • Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bommai spoke to Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa on the achievements and challenges of his one year in the saddle. Excerpts:

AN EIPRESSWAY OF OROWTH ON THE LAND OF BRAVE BUNDELAS

PARTHA’S FALSE NOTES • The controversy over teachers’ recruitment in West Bengal has a material basis now: gold and cash. With TMC heavyweight Partha Chatterjee in custody, the party has to survive the scandal

TRIBAL POWER • DROUPADI MURMU’S JOURNEY FROM RAIRANGPUR TO RAISINA HILL IS A GIANT LEAP FOR INDIA’S NEGLECTED AND EXPLOITED COMMUNITIES AND A WATERSHED MOMENT IN THE HISTORY OF INDIA

ROAD TO RAISINA • THE TRAJECTORY OF DROUPADI MURMU’S RISE FROM GRASSROOTS

A STATUS REPORT • The tribal population is minuscule and public spend on bettering their lot has risen over the years, so why are they at the bottom on almost all indicators?

THE NATIVE DRUM BEATS • Men and women whose success has done their indigenous communities proud

SMELTED IDENTITIES • What does ‘tribal’ mean? At best it’s an ensemble of archetypes, each one more problematic than the other

FROM THE MEKONG TO MALKANGIRI

HUL JOHAR!

A FEW ‘GREAT LEADERS’

FOREST FLAVOURS • Red ant chutney, you said? You need to consume more than cliches…indigenous foods are a full-bodied celebration of terroir, linking taste to a sense of place and identity

HIS GRAND SCHEME OF THINGS • With Brahmastra, director Ayan Mukerji says he has melded love, myths and VFX to give India a kind of cinema it hasn’t seen before

Full Stream Ahead • We only ever knew Imtiaz Ali for his love stories, but OTT platforms are showing the filmmaker in a new light

INDIA’S TOP MEDAL CONTENDERS AT CWG • India is a rising force in sport, as demonstrated by their best-ever haul of seven medals at last year’s Tokyo Olympics. Another step in the journey for the country’s athletes will be the Commonwealth Games, which will take place in Birmingham from July 28-August 8. India is competing in 15 sports at the Games and here are the athletes poised for a podium finish:

Rooted to the Sound • Melding folk music with modern influences, the Tetseo Sisters have taken their Naga roots to an international audience

LONG LIVES THE BLUES • SOULMATE, SHILLONG’S ICONIC BLUES-ROCK ACT, WILL SOON TURN 20, BUT THIS ISN’T MAKING THEM COMPLACENT

THE HILLS ARE ALIVE… • …WITH THE SOUNDS OF MUSIC THESE ARTISTS ARE MAKING

Q+A FIGHTING FIT • Given the stunts Disha Patani performs, it’s obvious she is an action star in the making, but releasing theatrically on July 29, Ek Villain Returns has ensured...


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