Issue : India Today-29th September 2014
Published Weekly | 110 issues
Highlights of India Today English issue dated September 29th, 2014. The Cover Story this issue is on the rebuilding of Jammu and Kashmir after its worst floods in six decades. A shocking story of how difficult the task of rebuilding the region will be. Shekhar Gupta’s column National Interest takes a closer look at the bypolls. The piece, titled "From May to September", describes how the BJP superimposed its Hindutva fantasy on Lok Sabha results and paid for it. Can it return to the centre-right again? Reverse Sweep is a story in the Nation section which is on the recently-concluded bypolls. With BJP's opponents recovering ground yet again, the party shows itself clueless about the 'Modi wave' that propelled it to power at the Centre. The Big Story is on the communal violence in Assam. It says growing religious intolerance threatens to further divide an already heterogeneous society. The Nation section has a story on India-China ties. Straight talk on incursions sets the template for closer business relationships and incremental progress on thorny issues. The story in the Education section describes how liberal education programmes are sinking roots in Indian universities and why it matters more than ever. The issue also has a package where some of India’s finest citizens share their passion for the best India has to offer. The issue has one free magazine - Simply Gujarati – 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.