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India Today English Magazine February Monday 11 2019
This week’s cover story – The Priyanka Gambit – looks at the plans of the Congress to trump BJP in the upcoming 2019 elections. Priyanka Gandhi is being called Congress’s new trump card in Uttar Pradesh. And with her advent in politics, the Congress party’s adversaries must recalibrate their electoral calculations for the summer of 2019 The package also has a feature on the vote bank of the different parties based on different castes and minorities. It also raises the question whether the disenchanted forward castes will desert the BJP this time. The Big Story this week talks about the enclaves exchanged between India and Pakistan, and how they are the prisoners of the past The issue also puts spotlight on ICICI bank case involving Chanda Kochhar. On January 25, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) booked her for dishonestly sanctioning loans to the Videocon group. The issue comes with one free supplement: Simply Kolkata Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine February Monday 04 2019
The India Today magazine issue for February 4 is a look into the pulse of the nation in different spheres. Whether it be politics, sports, cinema or economy, we bring to you a comprehensive look into what the mood of India is. This week’s cover story is an India Today Group-Karvy Mood of the Nation poll that predicts a hung Parliament with neither the NDA, UPA nor a third front able to form a government on its own. The main Mood of the Nation story rates Amit Shah’s popularity as the BJP president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ranking high on the popularity chart as an alternative to Narendra Modi as prime minister. In the category of the best chief minister, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee won the top slot for the fourth time in a row. Akhilesh Yadav came in at the second spot and Chandrababu Naidu, the third. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine January Monday 28 2019
This week’s cover story – The Lion King– looks at how Ranveer Singh has redefined superstardom. From a rank outsider in Bollywood to a box-office top-grosser, he is now also one half of the #DeepVeer power couple. The package also traces the actor’s personal and cinematic trajectory. The Big Story this week talks about Meghalaya’s illegal coal extraction trade and how it continues to ravage the hill state and claim lives. The issue also focuses on the mounting pressure on the Modi-Shah duo from within the BJP for a Ram temple in Ayodhya ahead of Lok Sabha elections. The issue also comes with three free supplements- Home, Simply Chennai, Simply Delhi. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine January Monday 21 2019
This week’s cover story – Battle of the Bulge – looks at the bloated Indian Army attempting an unprecedented and radical restructuring to cut back up to 100,000 troops. The package also has an exclusive interview with Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who tells us why transformation is the need of the hour and how it will reshape the Indian Army. The Big Story this week talks about scores of women duped by NRI husbands who are now mobilising themselves to get justice. The issue also puts a spotlight on the BJP raising the Ram temple pitch again ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. The issue also comes with three free supplements- Spice, Simply Kolkata and Simply Punjabi. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine January Monday 14 2019
The January 14, 2019 issue of India Today magazine looks into the important happenings of late 2018 which includes right to privacy, Bangla polls, Anupam Kher’s The Accidental Prime Minister and a tribute to Mrinal Sen. This week’s cover story, Here’s to a happy you, gives an insight into the lives of people who are beacon of hope and are spreading cheer and well-being in remarkable ways. The issue also delves into the controversial movies, The Accidental Prime Minister and Bal Thackeray biopic, that are going to hit the silver screens in January. It also analyses if Vicky Kaushal’s Uri: The Surgical Strike will be a hit or a miss. The January 14 issue of 2019 also highlights Sharad Pawar’s stance on Rahul Gandhi after dissing him as a leader in 2012 to hailing him as the future prime minister in 2018. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine January Monday 07 2019
This week’s issue is all about the newsmakers of 2018 – Men, women and institutions that made the headlines in the year, for good or for bad. Our newsmaker of the year 2018 is Congress president Rahul Gandhi. From political novice to primary challenger, Gandhi has come a long way in a few bruising years. Year 2018 saw him take on the might of the BJP and its mascot, Narendra Modi. Others who made news – the brave women who raised their voices in the #MeToo movement, the institutions of RBI and CBI which faced a credibility crisis, the Mallyas, Modis and Kocchars who fell from grace and the Modi-Shah duo who may have lost their Midas touch. Also included in this magazine, a look into the India Today South Conclave – an affair to remember. The issue also comes with two free supplements: IT Women and Simply Mumbai Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine December Monday 31 2018
In this special anniversary issue, India Today dives deep into the challenges faced by rural India. The issue, ‘Naya Bharat’, tracks some of the most profound economic and development changes sweeping rural India over the past four decades. The issue also highlights the work done by social workers who are making a difference across the rural landscape and are leading their communities to self-sufficiency. The issue also has a special section devoted to rural youth icons and to artists who are putting issues of caste discrimination and identity on canvas and designers who are redefining rural chic. India Today’s comprehensive rural number crunching also throws up interesting trends about changes sweeping rural India. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine December Monday 24 2018
This week’s cover story, Game On for 2019, put together by our correspondents in Delhi, Jaipur, Raipur, Hyderabad and Bhopal, explains the reasons behind the rise of the Congress, the fall of the BJP in these polls and the road ahead to the 2019 general election. The Big Story — Exit Load — talks how all eyes are now on the central bank and if it can maintain autonomy as Urjit Patel exits the RBI. The story — Warning Signs Loom — analyses the lessons the BJP can draw from the 3-0 loss to get back on track for 2019 Lok Sabha polls. The other story — The Rahul Reboot — gives the inside story of how Rahul Gandhi’s Congress pulled off three stunning victories in the Hindi heartland. The issue also puts a spotlight on the deaths of several elephants in Odisha after the animals came in contact with a live wire near Kamalanga village in Dhenkanal district. The issue also comes with four supplements: Home, Aspire, Simply Chennai and Simply Kolkata. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine December Monday 17 2018
IMRAN’S GOOGLY The Pakistan prime minister caught India off-guard by seizing the initiative on Kartarpur. Team Modi needs to step up the game now to prevent India from appearing as the intransigent party in the eyes of the world. MALIK’S MIXED MESSAGES INSTALLED AS A POLITICAL YES-MAN, SATYA PAL MALIK’S UNPREDICTABLE UTTERANCES AND ERRATIC DECISIONS HAVE WON HIM FEW FRIENDS—EVEN IN THE BJP. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine December Monday 10 2018
This week’s cover story – One Man Army – looks at Rajinikanth’s career in cinema and his entry into politics. The package looks at his elaborate game plan to build a successful political career. The story will also look at if the release of his Rs 540-crore movie 2.0 will make or break his political future.
The Big Story is on the revival of Air India and the challenges that the government faces to save the airline. The issue also puts the spotlight on the strategies of Congress party to woo voters for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections and how they are trying to match up to the Modi’s blitzkrieg. The issue also comes with two free magazines: IT Women and Simply Punjabi. Subscription Now
India Today English Magazine December Monday 03 2018
They Mean Business – The IIMs are still top of the heap and competition has made B-schools innovate to stay ahead of the curve, finds the India-Today Group-MDRA survey. All ‘Indians’ Will Be Safeguarded – The Assam chief minister on the NRC and challenges ahead as he enters the second half of his term and more… Subscription Now
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Highlights of India Today 11 February 2019 issue: This week’s cover story – The Priyanka Gambit – looks at the plans of the Congress to trump BJP in the upcoming 2019 elections. Priyanka Gandhi is being called Congress’s new trump card in Uttar Pradesh. And with her advent in politics, the Congress party’s adversaries must recalibrate their electoral calculations for the summer of 2019 The package also has a feature on the vote bank of the different parties based on different castes and minorities. It also raises the question whether the disenchanted forward castes will desert the BJP this time. The Big Story this week talks about the enclaves exchanged between India and Pakistan, and how they are the prisoners of the past The issue also puts spotlight on ICICI bank case involving Chanda Kochhar. On January 25, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) booked her for dishonestly sanctioning loans to the Videocon group. The issue comes with one free supplement: Simply Kolkata
India Today is an Indian weekly news magazine published by Living Media India Limited, in publication since 1975 based in New Delhi. India Today is also the name of its sister-publication in Hindi. Aroon Purie has been the magazine’s editor-in-chief since 1975, a position he has held continuously for the last three decades.
It is part of the India Today group, also founded in 1975, which now includes 13 magazines, 3 radio stations, 4 TV channels, 1 newspaper, a classical music label (Music Today), book publishing, and India’s only book club. With the publication of its 30th Anniversary issue in December 2005, the magazine, which had commenced publication in 1975 with a circulation of 5,000 copies, has published five editions and currently has a circulation of over 1.1 million copies with a readership of over 5.62 million.
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