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India Today English Magazine December Monday 17 2018
India Today English Magazine - 17.12.2018

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
India Today English Magazine - 10.12.2018

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
India Today English Magazine - 03.12.2018

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

India Today English Magazine November Monday 26 2018
India Today English Magazine - 26.11.2018

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

India Today English Magazine November Monday 19 2018
India Today English Magazine - 19.11.2018

This week’s cover story – The Final Frontier – look at India’s ambitious plans to send a manned mission into space by 2022. The package also looks at how the mission has spinoff benefits far beyond the bragging rights that will accrue to the fourth space superpower. The story also look at whether ISRO, a proven force in satellite launches, is ready for the space mission or not.

The Big Story – Who Pays For The Party – is on election funding and how it remains an opaque, black money-driven exercise, while the ‘reforms’ have only made it worse. The Upfront package looks at the Ram Mandir issue in the story The Return to Ayodhya and also takes a deep dive into the PM’s speedy loan promise to MSMEs and whether this promise is just a pie in the sky.

The issue puts the spotlight on India Today State of the State Bihar, an in-depth analysis of the state – what it is doing right and how to make it better. The issue also comes with two free magazines: Spice and Simply Kolkata. Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine November Monday 12 2018
India Today English Magazine - 12.11.2018

This week’s cover story – Trio To The Test – looks at how the upcoming elections in MP, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh and will be a test run for the General Election in 2019. The package looks at the three states and their upcoming elections and is all about who will hold pointers to which way the country may go in 2019.
The Luxury Special – Turning a New Leaf – is all about the luxury industry. The package looks at how small is big and niche is the new normal and how luxury brands India are on a reinvention spree to fight the competition. The Big Story – Crisis in Colombo – talks about how President Maithripala Sirisena stunned the island nation by sacking prime minister Ranil Wickremasinghe, suspending parliament and bringing back pro-China leader Mahinda Rajapaksa as the new PM, throwing the country in a political turmoil. The Nation story – Leaving Nothing To Chance – is a special package on how Telangana Chief Minister KCR is putting in place an action plan to make sure he achieves victory in the upcoming polls in the fledgling state. Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine November Monday 05 2018
India Today English Magazine - 05.11.2018

This week’s cover story – What A Mess – is about how a corruption scandal, a bitter turf war between its top functionaries, and an unprecedented purge in its wake have caused irreparable damage to the CBI’s credibility. The story also looks at whether the CBI and Modi government can recover from this setback. The story, Blood On The Rails, recounts the horrible Amritsar train accident that killed more than 50 people on Dussehra night.

The story also looks at the lessons that can be learnt from the mishap. The other big story – Mandir Momentum – is around the Ayodhya civil suit and how the Sangh Parivar is stepping up the pressure to get Ram Mandir constructed in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court will hear the case on October 29. In the story – Bigger Than Bollywood – meet the superstars of five film industries who don’t need Hindi films to assert their popularity. The issue also comes with two free magazines: Women, and Simply Chennai.  Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine October Monday 29 2018
India Today English Magazine - 29.10.2018

This week’s cover story – Distress Signals – talks about how runaway fuel prices, a falling rupee, a banking crisis and an investment slowdown have all put the Indian economy under strain. The story – Not So HAL and Hearty – looks at how India’s aerospace PSU giant is starved for orders and struggling to stay afloat. It also raises a big question – Was the public sector giant shortchanged in the Rafale offsets deal? This week’s issue also carries this year’s package on the High and Mighty and how the 182-metre Sardar Patel statue in Gujarat overcame engineering challenges.  Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine October Monday 22 2018
India Today English Magazine - 22.10.2018

This week’s cover story – #MeToo Hits Home – looks at how the raging fire of the #MeToo movement has taken India by storm. Skeletons have come tumbling out of newsrooms, comedy collectives, film studios and ad agencies as women have started calling out men on social media. The Big Story this week – A Unique Dilemma – highlights the confusions around Aadhaar and its validity. The Supreme Court on September 26, 2018, declared Aadhaar as constitutionally valid but there are now limits on its indiscriminate use.

In its order, the Supreme Court has also validated concerns over data protection and privacy. The special report – The Elusive Mayawati – looks at how the opposition grand alliance is in crisis with the BSP supremo dumping the Congress ahead of assembly elections in three states. Other stories in this week’s issue look the deaths of 23 Asiatic lions in Gujarat’s Gir Forests and also how the Pinarayi government in Kerala is facing strident protests from Hindu outfits over the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Sabarimala temple row. The States package looks at how a Dalit-Muslim alliance is poised to give the BJP a headache in Maharashtra. The issue also comes with two free magazines: Spice and Simply Punjabi.  Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine October Monday 15 2018
India Today English Magazine - 15.10.2018

The cover story this week – A Fight For Her Rites – tells stories of ordinary women across communities – Hindu, Muslim, Parsi – who rose to challenge the discrimination against women entrenched in their religions. The other cover story – The Second Sex – considers the vexed relationship between patriarchy, women, religion and the law from the eyes of six experts – scholars, activists and authors.

The Big Story — The Price of Profligacy — is on IL&FS; and examines if the government’s intervention to save the ‘systemically important’ IL&FS; can shore up its prospects and prevent a larger NBFC meltdown. The other Big Story – A new court in session – talks about the likely challenges the incoming Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi will have to tackle through his tenure and also the opportunity that comes with the challenges to assert the centrality of the apex court. The issue also puts the spotlight on Safaigiri Awards where India Today honoured the country’s safai sentinels of 2018. Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine October Monday 08 2018
India Today English Magazine - 08.10.2018

Highlights of India Today – 08th October 2018 issue: This week’s cover story is on the controversial Rafale deal. The story looks at how the allegations that Anil Ambani’s company was favoured in the Rs 59,000 crore Rafale deal have put the Modi government in a spot. A pre-poll survey – Down To The Wire – looks at the upcoming elections in three states and finds that while the desert state of Rajasthan is looking for a change in government, Madhya Pradesh could swing either way while Chhattisgarh will be a close call. On World Health Day 2018, the story – Heart of the Matter – looks at the 10 commandments for your physical and mental well being. The story – Judgment Day – looks at what the nation can expect as Ranjan Gogoi gets set to take charge of the Supreme Court.  Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine October Monday 01 2018
India Today English Magazine - 01.10.2018

01st October 2018 issue: The cover story this week – Lords of the Files – examines how, despite decades of debate, our babus remain mired in a culture of lethargy, corruption, political influence and a bloated yet inadequate workforce. The story looks at how the country needs its civil servants but its time for a new template. The Special Report – Ballet With The Bear – talks about how India’s strategic and defence ties with Russia look intact, much to the US’s chagrin. The Big Story is on Bihar’s Horror Homes where new scandals suggest a massive collusion in the state’s shelter homes. The story also raises the question as to whether Nitish will act or not. The other Big Story – Slip Sliding on the Rupee – looks at how even as the fiscal discipline unravels in the wake of the weakening Rupee, the government’s measures to shore up the currency have failed to cheer investors and markets. The issue also puts the spotlight on India Today Mind Rocks Summit that had the brightest stars from entertainment, politics and sports talking about their success stories. The issue also comes with two free magazines: Woman, and Home.  Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine September Monday 24 2018
India Today English Magazine - 24.09.2018

The cover story this week – Free At Last – looks at the Supreme Court’s recent verdict that decriminalised homosexuality and recognised the constitutional rights of LGBTQ people. The judgement emphasises on the role of the courts to step in to prevent violations of fundamental rights, when the legislature and executive fail to do so. The cover story package also explores five different aspects of the Supreme Court judgement. These include the experiences of a gay filmmaker in the Indian film industry before and after the 2018 judgement, and stories of gay people from across the country. The story – Turbulence Ahead – looks at the troubles looming over Air Asia and how controversies over a domestic tie-up threaten to crash the Tata Group’s dream of a comeback in the aviation sector The story – First Mover Advantage – looks at how Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has played a masterstroke by advancing the assembly elections by eight months, and at the same time catching rivals unawares. The issue also comes with three free magazines: Simply Mumbai, Simply Pune, and Simply Punjabi.  Subscription Now

India Today English Magazine September Monday 17 2018
India Today English Magazine - 17.09.2018

This week’s issue talks about how the Modi government’s demonetisation move in 2016 may not have been a success for the Indian economy. With RBI data showing that 99.3 per cent of banned currency is back in the banking system, the Modi government’s claim that demonetisation will stamp out black money has fallen flat. Was the note ban all pain and no gain? The issue’s special package on Asian Games 2018 talks about how new disciplines and a memorable outing in the track and field events gave India its best medal haul at the 2018 Asian Games. The story A Leaf Out of the BJP Book looks at Madhya Pradesh, where the Cognress plans to beat the incumbent party – the BJP – at its own game by borrowing its electoral strategy under state in-charge Kamal Nath. This week’s special package on Taj Mahal – Monumental Mismanagement – looks at the little-understood phenomenon – visual pollution – and a lopsided preservation policy that excludes the Taj Ganj and heritage buildings that were once part of the Taj complex. The issue also comes with a free magazine: Simply Chennai.  Subscription Now

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Highlights of India Today 17th December 2018 issue: 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.

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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