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In this issue

Highlights of India Today –22nd March 2021 issue:

This week's Cover Story looks at bringing LIC to market via an IPO and getting a hold on the fiscal deficit, not the least tempting outcome, but hurdles to cross.

The issue also talks about the Battle for Bengal and Mamata Banerjee’s claims of massive employment creation in her decade-long rule run into some rather dismal statistics.

This week's issue also focuses on the BJP’s sweep of local body elections in Gujarat.

A JOB ON ITS HANDS

A week before the Haryana assembly reconvened for the budget session, state governor Satyadev Narayan Arya finally gave his consent to the Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Bill, 2020, providing 75 per cent reservation in private sector jobs to the state’s residents. However, some clauses of the new law, such as the one that prohibits companies from hiring more than 10 per cent of their staff from a single district, has already kicked up a controversy and caused much concern.

A JOB ON ITS HANDS

5 mins

A MODERATE FOR 2022

On March 10, Tirath Singh Rawat was sworn in as the ninth chief minister of Uttarakhand. The MP from the Pauri-Garhwal Lok Sabha seat replaced Trivendra Singh Rawat, who resigned on March 8.

A MODERATE FOR 2022

4 mins

VYAPAM REDUX?

A series of dubious “coincidences” that have come to light in the results of a recruitment test conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB), previously known as Vyapam, has led to the launch of an investigation.

VYAPAM REDUX?

2 mins

UNLOCKING LIC'S VALUE

THERE IS MUCH TO GAIN FROM BRINGING LIC TO MARKET VIA AN IPO, AND GETTING A HOLD ON THE FISCAL DEFICIT NOT THE LEAST TEMPTING OUTCOME, BUT THERE ARE HURDLES TO CROSS

UNLOCKING LIC'S VALUE

10+ mins

PUNCHING ABOVE THEIR WEIGHT?

The Big Two Dravidian parties are still managing overambitious small allies, pushing for bigger slices of the seats pie

PUNCHING ABOVE THEIR WEIGHT?

8 mins

Where Are The Jobs?

Mamata Banerjee’s claims of massive employment creation in her decade-long rule run into some rather dismal statistics

Where Are The Jobs?

7 mins

CHANDY BACK IN THE SADDLE

The former Kerala CM’s entry has revitalised the Congress poll campaign

CHANDY BACK IN THE SADDLE

4 mins

BRACING FOR ELECTORAL WAR

On the face of it, the Assam assembly election is a three-sided contest, but there is more to it than meets the eye

BRACING FOR ELECTORAL WAR

6 mins

FEMALE FORCE

THE BIHAR GOVERNMENT’S DECISION TO INCREASE WOMEN’S RESERVATION IN ALL GOVERNMENT JOBS TO 35 PER CENT HAS PROVEN TO BE A GAME-CHANGER FOR THE STATE POLICE FORCE

FEMALE FORCE

9 mins

NO THOUGHT FOR FOOD

India’s ambitious attempt to develop large food processing hubs across the country has not yielded the desired results. At the heart of the failure lies a tale of misguided policies, botched implementation and basic infrastructure issues

NO THOUGHT FOR FOOD

10+ mins

WELL VERSED

Mehr Afshan Farooqi’s academic rigour and bilingual ease make her the ideal Ghalib biographer

WELL VERSED

3 mins

The Clue is in the Couplet

By casting Ghalib as his crime novel’s sleuth, Raza Mir has hit on something enjoyable

The Clue is in the Couplet

2 mins

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India Today Magazine Description:

PublisherIndia Today Group

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

India Today is a weekly news magazine published by Living Media India Limited. It was founded in 1975 and is the most widely circulated magazine in India.

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India Today has won numerous awards, including the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism and the National Magazine Award for General Excellence.

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