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In this issue

Brand Modi is still intact, but AAP has gained foothold as a national alternative.
Congress has to pull up its socks for the upcoming polls to be taken seriously.

Also read about the unsung heroes at the FIFA World Cup 2022, and how activists are hoping the recent unrest in China could be prelude to major changes.

Free PLUS supplement, too, with the latest issue now on stands.

PERSONALISED PRECISION LUNG CANCER TREATMENT: A MATCH GAME!

Lung cancer is a leading cause of cancer related deaths worldwide. Nearly two thirds of all lung cancers present at an advanced stage when cure is difficult.

PERSONALISED PRECISION LUNG CANCER TREATMENT: A MATCH GAME!

2 mins

Transforming Transportation for sustainable in India mobility

Across the globe, rethinking mobility is now a priority to build better, safer, more resilient, and efficient transport systems for all.

Transforming Transportation for sustainable in India mobility

6 mins

Winter battles in Belagavi

One swallow may not make a summer, but any babble over Belagavi signals that it is winter.

Winter battles in Belagavi

2 mins

LIVING WITH DIABETES

\"Diabetes medications are very expensive. It is important for the government to regulate the price of diabetes medications and consumables and also include them as a part of health insurance. A fair price shop approach would prove to be a great succour for those living with diabetes in India.\"

LIVING WITH DIABETES

3 mins

The one-sided story

Nadav Lapid, the Israeli head of the jury at the International Film Festival of India, described Kashmir Files—the official Indian entry for the competitive section of the festival—as “vulgar propaganda”.

The one-sided story

2 mins

Fight and spite

The political tussle between the Thackeray family and the ruling alliance in Maharashtra is fast degenerating into a personal feud

Fight and spite

4 mins

SHAKEN AND STIRRED

Although protests have ebbed and authorities are regaining control, activists hope that the recent unrest in China, amplified by the diaspora, could be a harbinger of major changes

SHAKEN AND STIRRED

4 mins

A RARE DEFEAT FOR XI JINPING

IN 1988, before the protests and massacre at Tiananmen Square, I had organised direct elections to the students' union at Tsinghua University.

A RARE DEFEAT FOR XI JINPING

3 mins

Who picks whom?

Debates of the 1940s return as the government and judiciary lock horns over appointment of judges and election commissioners

Who picks whom?

5 mins

WIN - WIN SITUATION

THE MODI MANTRA OF GOOD GOVERNANCE INFUSED WITH HINDUTVA PAYS RICH DIVIDENDS IN GUJARAT. HIMACHAL PRADESH, HOWEVER, CHOOSES CONGRESS, UPHOLDING THE TRADITION OF CHANGING GOVERNMENTS EVERY FIVE YEARS

WIN - WIN SITUATION

5 mins

UNSTOPPABLE MARCH

Modi magic dispels all obstacles in his path to win his home state in spectacular style

UNSTOPPABLE MARCH

5 mins

POLL WALK

Lessons for the Congress from the Gujarat loss, Himachal win and Bharat Jodo Yatra

POLL WALK

2 mins

BRICK BY BRICK

In its local and state level endeavours, the AAP aims to achieve its national ambition

BRICK BY BRICK

2 mins

PROMISE LANDS

The 10 guarantees the Congress gave to the voter helped it win Himachal Pradesh

PROMISE LANDS

3 mins

Gujarat - The Right Hand Of India

Blessed by their genes, Gujaratis are adventurous and adjustable at the same time. They are global as well as local, with a colourful culture that conquers the world with a smile, and not the sword

Gujarat - The Right Hand Of India

7 mins

Fantastic four

Unsung heroes of the World Cup

Fantastic four

6 mins

This time for Afro-Asia

Japan and Morocco trashed critics who do not want more teams from Asia and Africa in the World Cup

This time for Afro-Asia

4 mins

THE TREE THAT TRAVELS

In the 120\" year of India’s first rubber plantation, an ambitious planting project is taking shape in the northeast

THE TREE THAT TRAVELS

8 mins

RUBBER BOARD

BACKBONE OF RUBBER CULTIVATION IN INDIA

RUBBER BOARD

6 mins

SLOW MARCH

RANDEEP HOODA IS PLAYING THE BOLLYWOOD GAME AT his OWN PACE AND ON HIS OWN TERMS

SLOW MARCH

4 mins

CHEF & THE CITY

Chef Ranveer Brar romances the metros in his latest OTT show

CHEF & THE CITY

3 mins

Rollback to the real

Authentic Indian food gets a leg-up with two new restaurants

Rollback to the real

1 min

Power play

Speaking the truth to political masters is never easy, especially when you are a top bureaucrat, influencing opinion and shaping policy.

Power play

2 mins

High and mighty

The pandemic may have stopped John Keay from travelling. But it could not keep the popular historian and author from exploring.

High and mighty

2 mins

THE LAUGH LASSES

The Hysterical, all-women improv group, on menstruation, Jallianwala Bagh, Rajinikanth and much more

THE LAUGH LASSES

2 mins

Change for change’s sake

One always expects a good fashion company to shock and awe, but other than the magazine WWD that broke the news, nobody expected the ouster of Gucci’s frontman Alessandro Michele.

Change for change’s sake

2 mins

Read all stories from THE WEEK India

THE WEEK India Magazine Description:

PublisherMalayala Manorama

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

THE WEEK is an Indian English-language news magazine published by The Malayala Manorama Co. Pvt. Ltd. It was founded in 1982 and is the largest circulated English news magazine in India.

THE WEEK covers a wide range of topics, including politics, business, society, and culture. The magazine is known for its in-depth reporting and its balanced coverage of the news.

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

Here are some of the features of THE WEEK India Magazine:

* In-depth reporting: THE WEEK's reporters go the extra mile to bring you the latest news and analysis.
* Balanced coverage: THE WEEK's editors strive to present all sides of the story.
* Compelling storytelling: THE WEEK's writers tell stories that will stay with you long after you've finished reading them.
* Thought-provoking opinion: THE WEEK's columnists challenge you to think about the world in new ways.
* Engaging visuals: THE WEEK's photography and design make the magazine visually appealing.

THE WEEK is a must-read for anyone interested in Indian politics, business, and society.

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