Cosmopolitan India - May 2016


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Fashion, Women's Interest
Magazine Description
Cosmopolitan isn't just a magazine, it's a religion. Now in its 17th year in India, Cosmopolitan is the world's largest selling magazine, with 200 million readers annually in a 100 countries. It is published in over 26 languages, but at its core, it speaks only one – that of fun fearless females globally. Another language it speaks? That of stupendous success! Each month Cosmopolitan features some of the biggest celebrity names on its cover; it has launched the glamour careers of more gorgeous girls than we can count. Top Indian actresses, models and singers have been on the cover of Cosmopolitan before the rest of the world recognised their spark-because we know a fun fearless female when we see one! When we put someone on the Cosmopolitan cover, we acknowledge her right to be counted among the best in the business.

Love, sex, relationships and men are at the heart of Cosmopolitan, but there’s also style and beauty, health and fitness, work and leisure, celebrity and entertainment. Perhaps most unique is the way in which Cosmopolitan blends glamorous and gutsy, intimate and open-minded. It brings women across the world in countries as diverse as Finland, South Africa and India, together on a common platform.

Cosmopolitan is about celebrating women; it supports, encourages, entertains, amuses, inspires and uplifts-helping its readers be the very best that they can be. For a girl who thinks of herself as fun and fearless, there's simply no other magazine.

Issue Description
Highlights of India Today May 23rd, 2016, issue: The cover story this week is a detailed report card on the two years of the Modi government. The report shows how the Prime Minister's record in governance is scuffed but intact.

This issue also takes a close look at the hits and misses by the Modi government and rates the ministerial stars and stragglers of Team Modi.

The story An Inferno of Apathy is a scathing comment on the Uttarakhand government's dysfunctional administration with the recent forest fires once again shows the callousness of the state in times of crisis.

The profile Cometh The Hour Cometh The Man looks at London's first Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan, who is the son of a bus driver and how with his election to the post, hopes are running high for an egalitarian, multicultural and prosperous future for the city.

This issue has a report on Uttarakhand politics and how the charade has come to an end with Harish Rawat winning the floor test.

This week's issue also has two free magazines with it: Woman , Simply Gujarati.

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