India Today Magazine - December 19, 2022
India Today Magazine - December 19, 2022
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In this issue
Highlights of India Today 19th December 2022 issue:- The historic win in Gujarat boosts the party’s general election prospects despite the Himachal setback. Why the BJP needs the Modi magic to hold.
A FRAGILE PEACE
Ridden with internal dissent, with sharp words exchanged between grandees at regular intervals and enough drama to fill the politics pages of national dailies for days on end, the Rajasthan Congress is among the most keenly watched political units in India.
BJP Banks On Mithun Magic
Though the BJP is banking on mithun, it is also having a hard time explaining his gaffes
ROUND 1 TO PINARAYI
KERALA/ VIZHINJAM PORT PROTESTS
YOGI'S BIG GAME PLAN
THE OTHER KIND OF VIRUS
The ransomware attack on AIIMS in the national capital last month is not an isolated one. As hospitals go digital post-pandemic, there is a rising trend of cyberattacks on healthcare facilities globally
INDIA REMAINS THE PHARMACY OF THE THE WORLD BUT HAS ALONG WAY TO GO IN DRUG REGULATION
The Road To 2024
The historic win in Gujarat makes the BJP's general election prospects brighter, but the party will need the Modi magic to hold
THE SAFFRON TSUNAMI
THE BJP’S BIGGEST VICTORY YET IN GUJARAT SHOWS THE MODI MAGIC AT ITS PEAK. A WITHERING CONGRESS AND A RISING AAP COMPLETE THE PICTURE
CONSOLATION WIN FOR THE CONGRESS
THE CONGRESS 'GOES LOCAL', FLIES UNDER THE MODI RADAR, AND MAXES OUT ON REBELLION IN THE BJP
THE COLLEGIUM CLASH
Should a judge be picked by his peers or should the executive have a say in the matter? A bitter battle has broken out between the Union government and the judiciary over the appointment of judges to the top courts
SMUGGLERS SNEAK 300 TONNES OF THE YELLOW METAL INTO INDIA EVERY YEAR BY AIR, SEA AND LAND, BUT ONLY AFRACTION OF IT IS SEIZED, CAUSING THE GOVERNMENT ALOSS OF REVENUE WORTH Rs 30,000 CRORE
RISE OF THE RUNAWAY ROMANCERS
THE YOUTH OF BIHAR ARE DEFYING AGE-OLD NORMS TO MARRY FOR LOVE. BUT THE REPRESSIVE MINDSET OF SOCIETY, STEEPED IN CASTE LOYALTIES, MEANS THEY OFTEN HAVE TO ELOPE-AND NOT RETURN. IF THEY DO TRY TO WIN ACCEPTANCE, THE RESULTS CAN BE TRAGIC
THE PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE
P.Sainath’s new book tells stories of the ordinary men and women who won Independence
The Triumphs of Youth
WE EXPECTEDLY FIND IN THE DIARIES OF A TEENAGE FREEDOM FIGHTER AN EQUAL DOSE OF NAIVETE AND STRENGTH
BACK TO THE FUTURE
Elsewhere in India, a new live transmedia performance, finds hope even in dystopias
TRUTH BE TOLD
Actor Randeep Hooda employs candour effortlessly, and his Netflix series CAT only benefits from it
ON PERIOUS PARENTHOOD
Based on a true story, Salaam Venky stars Kajol as a mother who nurtures a son with a rare Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Her Abiding Humour
Bani Abidi throws stones at giants in her latest exhibition, but she does so with tongue firmly in cheek
FOR GOD'S IMAGE
SHAURYA KUMAR'S SHOW TACKLES THEMES LIKE THE REPATRIATION OF IDOLS TO INDIA, BUT HE IS PLAYFUL THROUGHOUT
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