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India Today

Jun 20 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

LINE OF OFFENCE

PEACE MAKES AN EXODUS

HIDE, BUT SEEK

DRAVIDIAN ROADBLOCK

CHALLENGES FOR AKHILESH

AZAM, AZAMGARH... THE A-Z OF TROUBLES

COUNTING CASTE

BEST FOOT FORWARD • In December 2021, the Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking became the first bus service provider in the country to introduce smart cards and a mobile app, both named ‘Chalo’. The app is used for booking tickets and live tracking of bus movements. Two years ago, BEST had brought in electric buses. These initiatives have helped reduce losses, waiting time and use of fuel. Here are some facts and figures about BEST’s fleet of buses and the ongoing overhaul.

UNIONS OF PATRONAGE

No Place for Muslims

HARDIK SPILLS SOME GEHLOT SECRETS

REACHING OUT TO MAMA

PROVIDENT POLITICS

All Atwitter About the ED

LESSONS FROM THE ARYAN KHAN CASE • THE INSIDE STORY OF WHY HE WAS FREED AND HOW THE NARCOTIC LAW NEEDS TO BE AMENDED TO PREVENT PERSECUTION

WHY THE CHARGES AGAINST ARYAN KHAN WERE DROPPED

THE HUNTER BECOMES THE HUNTED

“GO AFTER THE BIG FISH RATHER THAN CONSUMERS” • In a candid conversation, Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) director general Satya Narayan Pradhan tells Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa about his agency’s decision to not press charges against Aryan Khan, and the need to reform the system. Excerpts:

SUSHANT, RHEA AND AN ABETMENT

WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE

THE GANGS OF PUNJAB • THE MOOSEWALA KILLING PRISES OPEN A LITTLE KNOWN BUT BUSTLING ECOSYSTEM OF ORGANISED CRIME IN PUNJAB THAT HAS LEFT ITS PUGMARKS GLOBALLY

BEHIND BARS

THE FOREIGN HAND

FROM THE OTHER SIDE

THE KHALISTANI HENCHMEN

THE CANADIAN CONNECTION

Naveen’s Temple Run • An ambitious programme to make Odisha’s architectural marvels more tourist-friendly is CM Naveen Patnaik’s answer to the growing saffron footprint in the state

JAGANNATH TEMPLE, PURI

THE HERITAGE PROJECTS • Renovation or beautification programmes are under way for the following temples and heritage sites in Odisha

LINGARAJ TEMPLE, BHUBANESWAR ₹120-130 CRORE

The Battle for Prithviraj Chauhan • The release of Samrat Prithviraj reawakens a latent conflict between the Gujjars and Rajputs over the legacy of the historical figure

DISPUTED LEGACIES • Other historical personalities who are claimed by more than one community

START-UPS SLOW DOWN, CUT JOBS • THE CHANGING POST-PANDEMIC BUSINESS CLIMATE, UNCERTAINTIES AROUND THE UKRAINE WAR AND A GLOBAL FUNDS SQUEEZE ARE FORCING SOME INDIAN START-UPS TO SACK HUNDREDS OF THEIR STAFF. HOW LONG WILL THE PAIN LAST?

FACING THE HEAT • Why start-ups are in trouble

ROAD TO PERDITION • In his new novel The Line of Mercy, Tarun Tejpal doesn’t just portray the grim reality of a prison, he dissects the very heart of crime and punishment

BOOK MARKING • Aman Nath pickslines fromThe Line of Mercythat impacted him most

Taking Charge • With a new EP and her own record label, Indian-American rapper Raja...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 70 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Jun 20 2022

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  • Release date: June 10, 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

LINE OF OFFENCE

PEACE MAKES AN EXODUS

HIDE, BUT SEEK

DRAVIDIAN ROADBLOCK

CHALLENGES FOR AKHILESH

AZAM, AZAMGARH... THE A-Z OF TROUBLES

COUNTING CASTE

BEST FOOT FORWARD • In December 2021, the Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking became the first bus service provider in the country to introduce smart cards and a mobile app, both named ‘Chalo’. The app is used for booking tickets and live tracking of bus movements. Two years ago, BEST had brought in electric buses. These initiatives have helped reduce losses, waiting time and use of fuel. Here are some facts and figures about BEST’s fleet of buses and the ongoing overhaul.

UNIONS OF PATRONAGE

No Place for Muslims

HARDIK SPILLS SOME GEHLOT SECRETS

REACHING OUT TO MAMA

PROVIDENT POLITICS

All Atwitter About the ED

LESSONS FROM THE ARYAN KHAN CASE • THE INSIDE STORY OF WHY HE WAS FREED AND HOW THE NARCOTIC LAW NEEDS TO BE AMENDED TO PREVENT PERSECUTION

WHY THE CHARGES AGAINST ARYAN KHAN WERE DROPPED

THE HUNTER BECOMES THE HUNTED

“GO AFTER THE BIG FISH RATHER THAN CONSUMERS” • In a candid conversation, Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) director general Satya Narayan Pradhan tells Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa about his agency’s decision to not press charges against Aryan Khan, and the need to reform the system. Excerpts:

SUSHANT, RHEA AND AN ABETMENT

WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE

THE GANGS OF PUNJAB • THE MOOSEWALA KILLING PRISES OPEN A LITTLE KNOWN BUT BUSTLING ECOSYSTEM OF ORGANISED CRIME IN PUNJAB THAT HAS LEFT ITS PUGMARKS GLOBALLY

BEHIND BARS

THE FOREIGN HAND

FROM THE OTHER SIDE

THE KHALISTANI HENCHMEN

THE CANADIAN CONNECTION

Naveen’s Temple Run • An ambitious programme to make Odisha’s architectural marvels more tourist-friendly is CM Naveen Patnaik’s answer to the growing saffron footprint in the state

JAGANNATH TEMPLE, PURI

THE HERITAGE PROJECTS • Renovation or beautification programmes are under way for the following temples and heritage sites in Odisha

LINGARAJ TEMPLE, BHUBANESWAR ₹120-130 CRORE

The Battle for Prithviraj Chauhan • The release of Samrat Prithviraj reawakens a latent conflict between the Gujjars and Rajputs over the legacy of the historical figure

DISPUTED LEGACIES • Other historical personalities who are claimed by more than one community

START-UPS SLOW DOWN, CUT JOBS • THE CHANGING POST-PANDEMIC BUSINESS CLIMATE, UNCERTAINTIES AROUND THE UKRAINE WAR AND A GLOBAL FUNDS SQUEEZE ARE FORCING SOME INDIAN START-UPS TO SACK HUNDREDS OF THEIR STAFF. HOW LONG WILL THE PAIN LAST?

FACING THE HEAT • Why start-ups are in trouble

ROAD TO PERDITION • In his new novel The Line of Mercy, Tarun Tejpal doesn’t just portray the grim reality of a prison, he dissects the very heart of crime and punishment

BOOK MARKING • Aman Nath pickslines fromThe Line of Mercythat impacted him most

Taking Charge • With a new EP and her own record label, Indian-American rapper Raja...


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