India Today Magazine - October 15, 2018
India Today Magazine - October 15, 2018
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In this issue
Highlights of India Today – 15th October 2018 issue:
The cover story this week - A Fight For Her Rites - tells stories of ordinary women across communities - Hindu, Muslim, Parsi - who rose to challenge the discrimination against women entrenched in their religions.
The other cover story - The Second Sex - considers the vexed relationship between patriarchy, women, religion and the law from the eyes of six experts - scholars, activists and authors.
The Big Story -- The Price of Profligacy -- is on IL&FS; and examines if the government's intervention to save the 'systemically important' IL&FS; can shore up its prospects and prevent a larger NBFC meltdown.
The other Big Story - A new court in session - talks about the likely challenges the incoming Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi will have to tackle through his tenure and also the opportunity that comes with the challenges to assert the centrality of the apex court.
The issue also puts the spotlight on Safaigiri Awards where India Today honoured the country’s safai sentinels of 2018.
Bollywood: A Conspiracy Of Silence
When actress Tanushree Dutta reminded Indians of the alleged sexual harassment she suffered at the hands of Nana Patekar a decade ago on the sets of Horn Ok Pleassss, Bollywood professionals didn't respond with #MeToo but #IBelieveHer.
Army Return Fire?
In the clutch of highly sensitive cases the Supreme Court is currently hearing is one challenging any dilution in the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act or AFSPA. Last August, the court admitted this petition by nearly 700 serving military personnel.
Manufacturing A Drought
The Marathwada region is again battling a water crisisand its man-made
Tinsel Times In Andhra
Naidu offers big sops to Telugu film industry to make Vizag its new hub
You Don't Have To Shout To Be Heard
Fifty-three-year-old Jai Ram Thakur became the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh practically by default, after P.K. Dhumal, the BJPs chief ministerial face, lost his election last December. Nine months on, the first-time chief minister appears to have gained a grip on governance. Excerpts from an interview with Asit Jolly:
Why Religions In India Discriminate Against Women
The Supreme Court ruling on the Sabarimala temple casts a bright light on religious practices that diminish women. Six experts, scholars, activists and authors consider the vexed relationship between patriarchy, women, religion and the law
The Price Of Profligacy
Can the governments intervention to save systemically important IL&FS shore up its prospectsand prevent a larger NBFC meltdown?
A New Court Is In Session
With approaching elections and a pile-up of high-profile cases, the year ahead brings formidable challenges for the court of new CJI Ranjan Gogoi, but in tow comes the opportunity to assert the centrality of the apex court
When Avinash Pratap Singh, 26, started noticing trash piles in pristine mountain trails, forests and river banks, he knew something had to be done to reverse this ecological eclipse.
The tiger adorns every tourism poster, millions have been spent trying to protect it, and dozens of tigerbooks have been written based largely on casual observation and anecdote.
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