India Today is popular for its ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. It is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group.
Also published along with the main magazine are a number of supplements such as Aspire, Women, Spice and Simply. The last supplement has editions for each of India’s metropolitan cities and urban hotspots.
February 24, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 24, 2014 The Cover Story this week is a report from inside BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi’s campaign, the most audacious for the post of Prime Minister so far in India. The Special Report is on the UPA government whose second term in power is nearing its end, leaving behind a mixed bag for the Indian economy. As the Lok Sabha elections are approaching, a story in the nation section, ‘Ear to the Ground’, has interesting tidbits from the states.
February 17, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 17, 2014 Fault Lines, the cover story this week, is on the chaos that reigns on the eve of the Congress’ toughest electoral battle. The Special Report is on the recent murder of Nido Tania, the son of a Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh. The killing in Delhi only shows that India is being forced to reconsider how it views the long-neglected North-east. The Nation section dwells on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa, who is pitching for prime ministership by teaming up with the Left. The annual kumbh mela of art threw up some young artists, united by their ingenuity and audacity. There is also a story on the ongoing Auto expo.
February 10, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 10, 2014 The Cover Story this issue is on cancer, which says that Indians are ignoring warning signs of the disease that has become a top killer. The Special Report is on the ongoing family feud in DMK chief M. Karunanidhi’s family. The story ‘There will be bad blood’ says that the succession war between Alagiri and Stalin can jeopardise the DMK’s election chances. The issue also has a story on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, whose first attempt at accessibility fails but there’s no turning back for him now.
February 3, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 3, 2014 BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is inching closer to power, predicts the India Today Mood Of The Nation poll. The cover story gives an insight into the survey. The special report, Candle In The Whirlwind, looks at the fairy tale life and sudden death of socialite Sunanda Pushkar - wife of Union Minister Shashi Tharoor - who was found dead in Delhi's Hotel Leela's room.
January 27, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated January 27, 2014 The cover story in this issue is on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and how he has become the last chance for the Congress to save itself. The special report, ‘The Cost of Green Terror’ is on the controversy surrounding the Environment Ministry and how undoing his predecessor Jayanthi Natarajan’s damage will be a tough ask for Veerappa Moily. The issue also has a story on India’s new window to the world, Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2. The terminal is a recreation of Indian art through the ages.
January 20, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated January 20, 2014 The cover story is on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The Kejriwal phenomenon spreads across the political spectrum as established parties reorient themselves in ways they never imagined. The special report is on Mumbai Bhendi Bazaar which is being redeveloped into swanky high-rises by a Dawoodi Bohra trust.
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- Namaaz and Sihori times calculator
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Pune is known to have existed as a town since 937 AD. Pune was originally called Punawadi. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the Maratha Empire, lived in Pune as a young boy, and later oversaw significant growth and development of the town during his reign. In 1730, Pune became an important political center as the seat of the Peshwa, the prime minister of the Chhatrapati of Satara. After the town was annexed to British India in 1817, it served as a cantonment town and as the "monsoon capital" of the Bombay Presidency until the independence of India.
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