India Today - December 29, 2014

   

News, Politics
Weekly
English
Magazine Description
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.

Issue Description
Highlights of the issue:-Highlights of India Today issue dated 29th December ,2014. This week's cover story, 'Horror Harvest', looks at the December 16 Taliban attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar and discusses how Pakistan is paying a heavy price for nurturing terror. It also asks a crucial question - Can Pakistan switch off the killing machine now?

The Big Story is on the reconversion row. It presents an analysis of the anti-conversion law proposed by the Modi government and if it will infringe on a person's legitimate right to switch religions.

The issue also contains a piece on Rajeshwar Singh, the man tasked with reconversion - or ghar wapsi - in western Uttar Pradesh. He is now a witness in the Samjhauta Express and Mecca Masjid blast cases.

In his column 'National Interest', Shekhar Gupta talks about the Pakistani Establishment's support to the Taliban and why even the Peshawar attack will not fray the delusion it is living under.

The guest column by Arvind Panagariya looks at why Raghuram Rajan's pessimism about Make in India's focus on exports is misplaced.

Shekhar Gupta presents a detailed analysis of the Jharkhand assembly polls in 'Writings on the Wall'. Stability is for the poll-bound state what 'poriborton' was for Bengal, he writes.

A special report on the Kochi-Muziris-Biennale talks about the rare collection of art works that is so covered in the mud and water of a land.

The issue also has three supplements: Simply Gujarati, Simply Mumbai, and Simply Pune.
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