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India Today

Oct 10 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

Presenting India Today Insight • For sharp analysis on topical issues by the editors of INDIA TODAY, log on to www.indiatoday.in/india-today-magazine-insight

THE GLOVES ARE OFF

GRAVE ERRORS OF COMMISSION

DIDI PLAYS THE DOLE DRUMS

A DANGEROUS HIGH

MAN ON A MISSION

SEASON’S GREETINGS

A GOOD SPORT

POLITICAL ACCESSORY

THE RENAME GAME

Thespian Desire

THE NEW POWER CORRIDOR • DELHI’S ICONIC LANDMARK, RAJPATH, GETS A NEW LOOK AND NAME. HERE’S WHAT HAS CHANGED

Diversifying Growth Consolidating Strengths

THE DANGER WITHIN • THE BAN ON ISLAMIST OUTFIT POPULAR FRONT OF INDIA EXPOSES THE PERILS AND FRACTURED NARRATIVES THE COUNTRY FACES

WHY PFI HAS BEEN BANNED • In the notification declaring the PFI and its eight affiliated outfits unlawful, the Centre has brought the following charges against it

THE ANATOMY OF AN EXTREMIST OUTFIT

THE FACES OF PFI

A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE • Since 2010, the PFI has been accused of multiple incidents of murders, violence, terror and money laundering

THE BIG BUST • More than 400 PFI activists were arrested or detained in two rounds of operation—on September 22 and 27—across 13 states

GEHLOT’S GAMBIT • The inside story of how the Rajasthan chief minister mounted his rebellion against the Congress’s First Family. He may have been forced into a retreat now, but not before making a point

THE PRIVATE INVESTMENT STALEMATE • DESPITE TAX CUTS AND OTHER INCENTIVES, MOST CORPORATES ARE SHYING AWAY FROM INVESTING IN NEW PROJECTS, WHICH THREATENS TO DERAIL INDIA’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY. HOW LONG WILL THE UNCERTAINTY LAST?

NO APPETITE TO INVEST • The investment drought has been persisting for several years as capacity utilisation remained low on sluggish demand

REVIVING THE ‘ANIMAL SPIRITS’ • Bringing back private investment—a key pillar of the economy—is imperative to make India’s recovery from the pandemic sustainable

AYODHYA’S NEW AVATAR • The race is on to build a grand Ram Mandir and give Ayodhya a modern makeover before the 2024 election, with a new airport, railway station and township

REVAMP MENU • Besides the Ram temple, several infrastructure projects promise to change the face of the pilgrim town

CATTLE RUSTLING, BENGAL STYLE • Smuggling of cattle across the border into Bangladesh has assumed industrial proportions in West Bengal. Central agencies are now targeting the alleged political kingpins of the business

LACED WITH BAD INTENT • DOCTORS AND STUDENT COUNSELLORS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT REPORTS OF CRIMES INVOLVING 'DATE RAPE DRUGS'

A FACT SHEET ON DATE RAPE DRUGS • Given below are the three most common date rape drugs, also known as ‘party drugs’ or ‘club drugs’. Since they have no colour, taste or smell, how you feel after consuming them is an important way to tell whether you have been drugged, or ‘roofied’

IN DEPTH KNOWLEDGE FROM THE MOST CREDIBLE SOURCE

IN THE FRIEND ZONE • WITH HER MUCH-FETED NEW NOVEL, KAMILA SHAMSIE OFFERS US READERS A RARE HOPE—IF NURTURED WELL,...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 68 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Oct 10 2022

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  • Release date: September 30, 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

Presenting India Today Insight • For sharp analysis on topical issues by the editors of INDIA TODAY, log on to www.indiatoday.in/india-today-magazine-insight

THE GLOVES ARE OFF

GRAVE ERRORS OF COMMISSION

DIDI PLAYS THE DOLE DRUMS

A DANGEROUS HIGH

MAN ON A MISSION

SEASON’S GREETINGS

A GOOD SPORT

POLITICAL ACCESSORY

THE RENAME GAME

Thespian Desire

THE NEW POWER CORRIDOR • DELHI’S ICONIC LANDMARK, RAJPATH, GETS A NEW LOOK AND NAME. HERE’S WHAT HAS CHANGED

Diversifying Growth Consolidating Strengths

THE DANGER WITHIN • THE BAN ON ISLAMIST OUTFIT POPULAR FRONT OF INDIA EXPOSES THE PERILS AND FRACTURED NARRATIVES THE COUNTRY FACES

WHY PFI HAS BEEN BANNED • In the notification declaring the PFI and its eight affiliated outfits unlawful, the Centre has brought the following charges against it

THE ANATOMY OF AN EXTREMIST OUTFIT

THE FACES OF PFI

A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE • Since 2010, the PFI has been accused of multiple incidents of murders, violence, terror and money laundering

THE BIG BUST • More than 400 PFI activists were arrested or detained in two rounds of operation—on September 22 and 27—across 13 states

GEHLOT’S GAMBIT • The inside story of how the Rajasthan chief minister mounted his rebellion against the Congress’s First Family. He may have been forced into a retreat now, but not before making a point

THE PRIVATE INVESTMENT STALEMATE • DESPITE TAX CUTS AND OTHER INCENTIVES, MOST CORPORATES ARE SHYING AWAY FROM INVESTING IN NEW PROJECTS, WHICH THREATENS TO DERAIL INDIA’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY. HOW LONG WILL THE UNCERTAINTY LAST?

NO APPETITE TO INVEST • The investment drought has been persisting for several years as capacity utilisation remained low on sluggish demand

REVIVING THE ‘ANIMAL SPIRITS’ • Bringing back private investment—a key pillar of the economy—is imperative to make India’s recovery from the pandemic sustainable

AYODHYA’S NEW AVATAR • The race is on to build a grand Ram Mandir and give Ayodhya a modern makeover before the 2024 election, with a new airport, railway station and township

REVAMP MENU • Besides the Ram temple, several infrastructure projects promise to change the face of the pilgrim town

CATTLE RUSTLING, BENGAL STYLE • Smuggling of cattle across the border into Bangladesh has assumed industrial proportions in West Bengal. Central agencies are now targeting the alleged political kingpins of the business

LACED WITH BAD INTENT • DOCTORS AND STUDENT COUNSELLORS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT REPORTS OF CRIMES INVOLVING 'DATE RAPE DRUGS'

A FACT SHEET ON DATE RAPE DRUGS • Given below are the three most common date rape drugs, also known as ‘party drugs’ or ‘club drugs’. Since they have no colour, taste or smell, how you feel after consuming them is an important way to tell whether you have been drugged, or ‘roofied’

IN DEPTH KNOWLEDGE FROM THE MOST CREDIBLE SOURCE

IN THE FRIEND ZONE • WITH HER MUCH-FETED NEW NOVEL, KAMILA SHAMSIE OFFERS US READERS A RARE HOPE—IF NURTURED WELL,...


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