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India Today

Aug 22 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

A 180° CHURN • Nitish rewrites the political script for Bihar—and perhaps beyond. The BJP, unable to read his googly, has to recalibrate its 2024 strategy

WHY NITISH SWITCHED SIDES

PERMANENT CM: 8 AND COUNTING

WHERE DOES THE BJP GO FROM HERE?

WHAT BIHAR THINKS

THE MODI PHENOMENON • The prime minister’s personal popularity remains undented, compensating for his government’s shortcomings on the economic front. He now needs to address the pain points that the survey throws up, including inflation and unemployment

METHODOLOGY

THE PINCH OF PRICES • Despite the Centre’s reassurances about the economy’s performance, the optimism of the Indian citizen, hit hard by rising prices and unemployment, has been waning. Managing the economy continues to be the ruling dispensation’s biggest challenge

SWEEPING UP THE REMAINS • The Opposition does not inspire too much faith at the moment, with amajority of MOTN respondents unconvinced about their intent

HOME GROWN PLAYERS • The MOTN findings on the best chief ministers show that parties cannot underestimate the importance of having powerful satraps in the states

THE RIGHT BALANCE • A majority of the respondents firmly believe India cannot go the Sri Lankan way. Nearly half the respondents also disapprove of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

DIMINISHED FREEDOM • More people are now concerned about the state of democracy in India, though a large number think their voices are not being stifled. Happiness, though, has taken a hit

SURE SHOTS • The government’s vaccination effort comes in for praise, but most people believe that we must remain on guard against the virus

SRM MED STUDENTS MAKE IT BIG, GET PLACED WITH GREAT PAY PACKAGE

STARS ON OUR MIND • Nothing dislodges Big B, but SRK sees the biggest jump in popularity in six months and Deepika Padukone is back at No. 1. OTT stars shine bright too, playing relatable characters with thespian panache

FIELD FORCE • Popularity in sports is not the exclusive domain of male cricketers; P.V. Sindhu continues her reign at the top

FIRST DRIVE • AN SUV FOR EVERY BUDGET

THE BOOKINGS GAME • SPECTACULAR BOOKING NUMBERS ARE GREAT FOR PUBLICITY, BUT DO THEY GUARANTEE A SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH? IT’S COMPLICATED…

FALL SEASON SPICE • CREATURE COMFORTS TAKE TOP PRIORITY IN THE MID-YEAR CAR LAUNCHES

REVVING COUNTER

SCORPIO COMES OF AGE • MAHINDRA HAS TAKEN THE VERY BASICS OF THE 20-YEAR-OLD SCORPIO TO CREATE THE SCORPIO-N AND TAKE ITS LEGACY INTO AN AGE OF ELECTRONICS AND CONNECTIVITY

THE FRESH NEW BREZZA • MARUTI SUZUKI HAS GIVEN THE VITARA BREZZA A NEW NAME AND NEW LOOK. WE TELL YOU ALL THAT HAS CHANGED

S GETS CLONED • THE MERCEDES C-CLASS LIMOUSINE IS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS THE BABY S. BUT DOES IT ALSO MATCH UP ON THE COMFORT THAT ITS BIGGER SIBLING DELIVERS? WE FIND OUT

JACK OF ALL TRADES • TVS’S CONTENDER IN THE NEO-RETRO SEGMENT, THE RONIN, PACKS IN A LOT OF TECH AND PROMISES TO BE A GOOD RIDE. WE TRY THE BIKE OUT IN RAINY GOA

SAFETY IS KING • The Skoda Kushaq...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 84 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Aug 22 2022

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  • Release date: August 12, 2022

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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

A 180° CHURN • Nitish rewrites the political script for Bihar—and perhaps beyond. The BJP, unable to read his googly, has to recalibrate its 2024 strategy

WHY NITISH SWITCHED SIDES

PERMANENT CM: 8 AND COUNTING

WHERE DOES THE BJP GO FROM HERE?

WHAT BIHAR THINKS

THE MODI PHENOMENON • The prime minister’s personal popularity remains undented, compensating for his government’s shortcomings on the economic front. He now needs to address the pain points that the survey throws up, including inflation and unemployment

METHODOLOGY

THE PINCH OF PRICES • Despite the Centre’s reassurances about the economy’s performance, the optimism of the Indian citizen, hit hard by rising prices and unemployment, has been waning. Managing the economy continues to be the ruling dispensation’s biggest challenge

SWEEPING UP THE REMAINS • The Opposition does not inspire too much faith at the moment, with amajority of MOTN respondents unconvinced about their intent

HOME GROWN PLAYERS • The MOTN findings on the best chief ministers show that parties cannot underestimate the importance of having powerful satraps in the states

THE RIGHT BALANCE • A majority of the respondents firmly believe India cannot go the Sri Lankan way. Nearly half the respondents also disapprove of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

DIMINISHED FREEDOM • More people are now concerned about the state of democracy in India, though a large number think their voices are not being stifled. Happiness, though, has taken a hit

SURE SHOTS • The government’s vaccination effort comes in for praise, but most people believe that we must remain on guard against the virus

SRM MED STUDENTS MAKE IT BIG, GET PLACED WITH GREAT PAY PACKAGE

STARS ON OUR MIND • Nothing dislodges Big B, but SRK sees the biggest jump in popularity in six months and Deepika Padukone is back at No. 1. OTT stars shine bright too, playing relatable characters with thespian panache

FIELD FORCE • Popularity in sports is not the exclusive domain of male cricketers; P.V. Sindhu continues her reign at the top

FIRST DRIVE • AN SUV FOR EVERY BUDGET

THE BOOKINGS GAME • SPECTACULAR BOOKING NUMBERS ARE GREAT FOR PUBLICITY, BUT DO THEY GUARANTEE A SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH? IT’S COMPLICATED…

FALL SEASON SPICE • CREATURE COMFORTS TAKE TOP PRIORITY IN THE MID-YEAR CAR LAUNCHES

REVVING COUNTER

SCORPIO COMES OF AGE • MAHINDRA HAS TAKEN THE VERY BASICS OF THE 20-YEAR-OLD SCORPIO TO CREATE THE SCORPIO-N AND TAKE ITS LEGACY INTO AN AGE OF ELECTRONICS AND CONNECTIVITY

THE FRESH NEW BREZZA • MARUTI SUZUKI HAS GIVEN THE VITARA BREZZA A NEW NAME AND NEW LOOK. WE TELL YOU ALL THAT HAS CHANGED

S GETS CLONED • THE MERCEDES C-CLASS LIMOUSINE IS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS THE BABY S. BUT DOES IT ALSO MATCH UP ON THE COMFORT THAT ITS BIGGER SIBLING DELIVERS? WE FIND OUT

JACK OF ALL TRADES • TVS’S CONTENDER IN THE NEO-RETRO SEGMENT, THE RONIN, PACKS IN A LOT OF TECH AND PROMISES TO BE A GOOD RIDE. WE TRY THE BIKE OUT IN RAINY GOA

SAFETY IS KING • The Skoda Kushaq...


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