Issue : India Today-28th July 2014
Published Weekly | 101 issues
Price : 35.00
Highlights of India Today English issue dated July 28th, 2014. The Cover Story this week is on Amit Shah's elevation as BJP president. It signals a generational change and Modi's complete takeover of the party. A publicity hound triggers a political storm by meeting India's most-wanted fugitive across the border. But was there more to it than meets the eye, asks the Big Story on Ved Pratap Vaidik's now-famous meeting with terror mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan. The story, Personal Is Political for Diplomat Modi, analyses how the Prime Minister makes a sedate and steady start in getting to know global leaders at the BRICS Summit. The Sport section story, The Germany We Can Admire, highlights how the globalised German team that lifted the World Cup is emblematic of a country that has shed its horrid past. Shekhar Gupta's column National Interest says the response to the Hafiz Saeed-Ved Pratap Vaidik meet exposes us as an unthinking, jingoistic, under-employed nation. The story, Eternal Empire of the Living God, deals with how the Sathya Sai Baba empire is thriving despite the godman’s death three years ago. If you stare at your mobile phone every 10 seconds, hear it buzzing even when it's not, beware, says the story, Hooked to the Handset. The issue has 3 free magazines, Home, Simply Gujarati, Simply Mumbai, with it.
India Today is India?s leading weekly news magazine published by Living Media India Limited. The magazine belongs to the India Today Group and was first published in 1975. India Today is Asia?s largest selling magazine with a readership of over 1.77 million. India Today is popular for its ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. It is now a household name and the flagship brand of India?s leading multidimensional media group. Also published along with the main magazine are a number of supplements such as Aspire, Women, Spice and Simply. The last supplement has editions for each of India?s metropolitan cities and urban hotspots.