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India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group. India Today is published in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. These editions deliver the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of different regions and increase relevance by giving a perfectly balanced coverage of national and local news.
Highlights of India Today Hindi October 2nd November, 2016, issue: Special Report : Ab vadon se mukabala Assam’s new government faces a tinderbox situation as it pursues its campaign promises to weed out illegal migrants. State - UP : Ram ki cunavi dhun me Ayodhya upekshit Ayodhya needs development, not the temple politics. State - Gujrat : Aaya khevanhar With just a year LEFT TO GO FOR THE GUJARAT POLLS, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani is banking on transparency, QUICK DECISION-Making and A mass connect to protect Modi’s legacy. State - Kerala : Kannur ki raktim ranbhoomi The chief minister’s home district accounts for nearly all the political murders in the state. Opinion : China ki chaudhrahat China’s intransigence was the defining feature of the Goa summit. Neighbour : Vajood bachane ki jaddojehad Nawaz Sharif has plenty more to worry about than the surgical strikes: Panama leaks, a combative Imran Khan, the next army chief. Luxury- Hindustan marka shahi andaaz Drawing on a fine historical legacy and a wealth of traditions, homegrown brands are shaking up the luxury market. Cover Story : Ustaadon ki nayi zamaat ka zaadu rooted in the local and speaking A global language, A CLUTCH OF NEW designers are delving into their heritage to make A statement to the world. Cover Story : Virasat ki bejod bunai Fashion designers are reinventing not only silhouettes and styles, but also the entire design process by embracing Indian fabrics and upgrading traditional skills.