Get the Chitralekha complete and up-to-date coverage of everything that is relevant and interesting — anytime, anywhere.
This app, designed and developed for Android devices, brings you breaking news and unrivaled coverage of national, international, city, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, business, health, science and technology topics from India’s most-read and most-trusted Gujarati Magazine Chitralekha.
It also has the latest movie reviews by critics; superb photo galleries; and top videos from news, business, sports, and entertainment and lifestyle categories & special video interviews exclusive by Chitralekha publication.
There is also a special category called as Favorite which includes famous exclusive Chitralekha magazine sections like Wah Bhai Wah, Elchi, Milestone, Shabdoni Sonography and Just Ek Minute
You can read stories or view photos & videos in landscape as well as portrait mode. The app is highly customizable. You can increase or reduce text size. You can share articles and photos via email, SMS, Facebook, and Twitter.
Top features include:
* New issues get automatically refresehd when published
* Pinch zoom-in & zoom-out feature
* Page by page navigation
* Automatically saves pages to read offline
• Breaking News, latest news stories with in-depth analysis
• Extensive News Coverage from Gujarat and its diaspora
• Live Cricket scores
• Daily rashifal- astro and numerology updates
• HD Photo gallery with vast collection of pictures
• User-friendly Navigation
• Post Comment and Share Articles
• Exclusive Contests & Campaigns
• Save articles to read later
• Share articles, photos and videos via email and social media
• Live Weather updates
• App Available Free
About Dainik Bhaskar Group:
Dainik Bhaskar, the flagship Hindi daily, stands as an example of achieving perfection through determination. The newspaper highlights many positive values that have driven India, its growth and aspiration. It is depicted as a change agent through its campaign “Zid Karo Duniya Badlo”.
With a readership of 1.97 crore the brand Bhaskar is today synonymous with success, quality, change dynamism and ethics in millions of households across India and the corporate world alike. From a humble beginning of one Hindi Edition from Bhopal in 1958 the group today has grown to become India’s largest newspaper group. The group has a strong presence in newspapers, radio, internet, event marketing, and printing. With its flagship Hindi daily newspaper Dainik Bhaskar, Gujarati Daily, Divya Bhaskar, Marathi Daily Divya Marathi and English Daily DNA, it covers 13 states, with 66 editions which include Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Jammu & Kashmir and the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
In addition to these, it also publishes Business Bhaskar, DB star and Magazines like Aha! Zindagi, Balbhaskar, Young Bhaskar and Lakshay. The other media businesses includes MY FM ( Radio Channel) and IMCL (Internet services)
To keep you updated with the Latest news about your country, your state, your city and the world, covered from all major news channels and news papers and sources, we have launched this Live Gujarati news app so you can read what is being said about the latest happenings around you especially the local incidents as well including the Gujrat crime news or the industrial growth in Gujarat or what Narendra Modi has been recently up to, or the Gujarat elections results or political party campaigning of BJP, Congress, Janta Dal, Gujarat Janta Congress or the New Socialist movement in your state, in your country or the Indian subcontinent even while you are on the move. Absorb each recent news and learn about latest happenings in Gujarati easily with this app and get news in Gujarati on your phones as per your convenience.
Get latest updates about the events in Gujarat such as Navaratri, Saptak Music festival, Modhera dance festival, Bhai Beej, Ram Navami, etc. or about latest headlines made by famous people such as Anil Ambani, Mukesh Ambani, Pranav Mistry, Parthiv Patel, Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Pooja Bhatt or Tulip Joshi covered by all major online Gujarati news papers and news channel feed at your fingertips and scroll to read about whatever latest happening strikes you as important or interesting with the help of our app. Some of the features of our app are:
Easy to download
Simple to scroll an use.
Get all Gujarati news headlines from major news channels and sources on one screen
Click the news headline you wish to read about further
Click on the icon image to go back to previous screen
Click on the circular button on top right corner to refresh and get latest news instantaneously
Share articles while viewing them
Close the app with a single click of your phone reject button
Move back and forward within a newspaper
Zoom in and out easily over various news headlines and news pieces and articles
We have included all the live major Gujarati news papers and news channels feed and sources for your convenience. Some of them are mentioned below:
and many more...
Don't get lost in the various categories of news papers and magazines to go to. Just get plain and simple latest Gujarati news. Simple !! Do review our app or drop us a mail in case you wish to have any modifications or have any useful suggestions for us.
Disclaimer: The e-newspapers content displayed are directly from the newspaper website. This app merely helps the users with a collection of links to all newspapers in one place. It also provides a mechanism to categorize them and add them to favorites list for quick access. This app is in no way affiliated to any particular newspaper company.
If you are a news agency and want to add or remove your rss feed link from the app, kindly send me an email at email@example.com
મહત્વપૂર્ણ નોંધ: આ એપ્લિકેશન ઉપકરણો કે જે ગુજરાતી ફોન્ટ આધાર સાથે સુસંગત છે. આ એપ્લિકેશન યોગ્ય રીતે કામ કરશે જો તમારા મોબાઇલ ફોન ગુજરાતી ફોન્ટ્સ સપોર્ટ કરતું નથી આવશે.
This is Gujarati News Daily online e-paper application with adds. User can read TOP 15 Gujarati news papers by one touch in live. Typing letters are not required. Those Gujarati news papers are Divyabhaskar, Sandesh, Gujaratsamachar, Gujaratmitra, Bombaysamachar, Sanjsamachar, Sambhaav and many more Gujarati newspapers.
The main idea here is to give the news (local) to user by one touch. User need not necessary to type any characters in English. The news paper title is shown in their local language (most of the places) and it is very easy for anyone to read title and select the news paper. In this way it reaches to almost all the people who knows only their mother tongue language.
Another great area is for Android based Smart TV's. It is so cumbersome and time consuming for anyone to type the characters and read news in Smart TV by using their remote control. Using this News App, user has a great option to select any of the local news paper by one click. No hassle of typing all English characters.
Important Note: This application is compatible with the devices which support Gujarati font. This application will not work properly if your mobile phone doesn’t support Gujarati fonts.
Other Gujarati Application - ચુકવણી રીમાઇન્ડ - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trackthebird.paymentsgujaratilite
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Gujarati Pride is a mobile innovator for Gujarati Language.
We have invented this super app for Gujarati News Lovers.
Read it on your Mobile or Tablet and read about the world in Gujarati.
Features are simple and useful.
2. Share on Social Network
News Paper feed included
1. Sandesh Gujarati Newspaper
2. Akila Gujarati newspaper
3. Divyabhaskar Gujarati News
4. Navgujarat Samay Gujarati Newspaper
Gujarati Pride is part of Indian Pride group of Apps
The main idea here is to give the news (local) to user by one touch. User need not necessary to type any characters in English.
* List of Gujarati newspapers
* Share artical functionality
* Option to enable zoom controls
* Search any newspaper
Tags: Gujarati News, Newspapers, eNews,World Newspaper, Read News online, online news, online newspaper.
Disclaimer: The e-newspapers content displayed are directly from the newspaper website. This app merely helps the users with a collection of links to all newspapers in one place. It also provides a mechanism to categorize them and add them to favorites list for quick access. This app is in no way affiliated to any particular newspaper company.
This android app list more than 30 Gujarati News paper.
Indian Gujarati News Papers. List of all local and national Gujarati Newspapers from India.
બધા ગુજરાતી સમાચાર પત્ર ઓનલાઇન વાંચો.
આ Android એપ્લિકેશન યાદી 30 થી વધુ ગુજરાતી સમાચાર કાગળ.
ભારતીય ગુજરાતી સમાચાર પેપર્સ. ભારતમાંથી તમામ સ્થાનિક અને રાષ્ટ્રીય ગુજરાતી સમાચારપત્રો યાદી.
List of all news paper
Sandesh | સંદેશ
Gujarat Samachar | ગુજરાત સમાચાર
Economic Times (Gujarati)
Bhanvad.com Gujarati News
Sambhaav Supplement For Children
Gujarat news: Times of India
Gujarat News: IBNLive
Global Gujarat News
Gujarat News Headlines : Zee News
Gujarat Times - USA
Gujarat Times - Australia
Gujarat Abroad - Canada
Gujarat State Portal
ETV Gujarati - news and entertainment channel
Powered by w3 news paper.
This app for Gujarati news from the newest Gujarati news paper keeps you updated with the latest happenings in all of Gujarat including Ahmedabad. It allows you to replicate on the go the same experience you get on the website of this Gujarati news paper by providing you news of the latest happenings including options to know about the latest cricket scores, to watch stunning photo galleries and to read movie reviews.
Key features of this app:
· Local Gujarati news from all the major cities of Gujarat including Ahmedabad
· Special section on Celebrating Gujarat having news in Gujarati focussing on Gujarat’s unique culture, food and festivals
· Live Cricket Scores and Movie Reviews
· View Videos and Photos from Politics, Business, Sports, Entertainment and Lifestyle
· Share Gujarati News Articles, Videos, Photos via email, Facebook and Twitter
· Post your comments on all stories including Gujarati News Articles and Movie Reviews
Install the app now and get the experience of this new Gujarati news paper on your Android device.
About Navgujarat Samay (http://navgujaratsamay.com/)
Navgujarat Samay is the newly launched Gujarati news paper of the Times Group and is published from Ahmedabad. Times Group is the India's largest and most credible media house that also publishes The Times of India, The Economic Times, Navbharat Times, Maharashtra Times, Ei Samay and Vijay Karnataka among a host of other publications
Newspapers are divided into different categories like News, Business, Tourism, Gujarat in Abroad, Education, Recipes, Fairs and Festivals and Jyotish for easy and quick access.
You can group all your Favourite Newspapers for one click access using the Favourite button.
A superb App with simple and beautiful user interface...
User Friendly Design: We have constantly worked and reworked on giving our users better user experience by providing user friendly design and interface for efficient browsing.
Personalize your Interests: Personalize your home screen by choosing specific channels that matter to you.
Search and Share what matters to you: This free app provides you keyword search capability and easy sharing of articles in Facebook and Twitter.
Push Notifications: Subscribe to alerts that matter. Get push notifications of breaking alerts and specific news on selected personalities.
Movie Timings: Get quick info about the timings of your favourite movie and your preferred theatre, in the city.
Download Images: Download your favourite celebrity photos from the photo strip. Please note this feature is available for mobile phone with more than 30MB Heap memory.
Read it Offline: The app provides support to read through the most recently downloaded article list even while offline.
Font size Preferences: Set text size to suit your preferences.
We value your opinion: Let us know how we are doing. Send us your comments and suggestions to http://www.oneindia.in/feedback.php
Gujarati Pride Gujarati eBook is a the another great innovation for Gujarati People.
Gujarati ebook also known as Gujarati Pustako, Gujarati Chopdi.
You would love this app if you wanted to read Gujarati books for free.
We have found Gujarati books from internet that are copyrights free.
This Gujarati eBook app allows you to read some of the best Gujarati books on your android device.
We will keep adding new Gujarati Books in this application in times to come.
Till that time read Gujarati Pride Gujarati eBooks for free.
Book Page move karva Swipe no upyog karvo
Gujarati Pride is the part of Indian Pride group of Apps
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February 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 26th, 2014. Cover Story: Narendra Modi: Modi Ki Chunavi Machine: Inside the most audacious prime ministerial campaign ever mounted in India. Technology and manpower has ensured that the NaMo mantra is being delivered more effectively than any other political message. His campaign is pushing us into an era of approval ratings, truth meters, and perhaps a presidential-style debate. Special Report: UPA Ki Viraasat: Thupp Ho Gayee Vikas Ki Gaadi: As the UPA Government nears the completion of its second term in May, it leaves a mixed bag for the Indian economy. Much of the good work done in the first five years was undone because of policy paralysis, corruption, falling investment and high inflation in the next five.
February 19, 2014: Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 19th, 2014. Cover Story: Delhi Ki Or Chali Dakshin Express Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa pitches for prime ministership by teaming up with the Left. Amma’s step is big blow for BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi. Congress (Khas Rapat) Bequabu Chaos reigns on the eve of Congress’s toughest battle. Badrinath Vivad (Dharma) Unchey Dhaam Ke Pujari Ka Neech Kaam Badrinath’s Rawals always known for controversies. In the last 238 years history, this is first time that any Rawal is behind the bars. Khudra Kharidari Ka Bhavishya (Khas Rapat) Kya Flipkart Ke Bansal Inhe Rok Payenge World’s biggest online retail company Amazon trying to do big in Indian market. In India Amazon has to compete with Flipkart.
February 12, 2014: Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 12th, 2014. Cover Story: Operation Bhindranwale Indira Gandhi almost gave the go-ahead to a covert RAW mission to kidnap Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale months before she sent the Army into the Golden Temple in 1984. Mayawati (Khas Rapat): Dalit-Brahmin-Muslim Ka Gathjod Mayawati is eyeing on winning combination of Congress. DMK (Khas Rapat): Rajneeti Ke Vedi Per Rishton Ki Bali The bitter succession war between Alagiri and Stalin jeopardises the fading chances of DMK in the General Elections.
February 5, 2014: Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 5th, 2014. Cover Story Sabse Badi Haar Ki Ore (Congress): In India Today Desh Ka Mizaj Survey Congress is going to come down in two digits, Force Modi is ever closer to power. NDA crosses the 200-mark for the first time since 2010. Both NDA and Third Front gain substantially in numbers and vote share. This summer, the great Indian political thriller will feature either the man who made history or the man who missed history. Narendra Modi is still the story.
January 29, 2014: Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated January 29th, 2014. Cover Story AAP Toh Aise Na They Aam Admi Party are creating problems for Arvind Kejriwal. As the head of the party he tries to sort out things. He is also in pressure for fulfilling his election manifesto. It seems the chief minister is in great trouble. Rahul Gandhi (Khas Rapat) Pesh Hai Naya Aur Chamakdar Rahul Rahul reloaded is the last chance for Congress.
The Tamil edition delivers the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of Tamil Nadu and elsewhere.
February 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 26th, 2014. The issue looks at the campaign strategies followed by BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. This cover story discusses about the campaign team behind Modi. The special story discusses about AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal resignation and his future plans for the party. The issue features about DMDK leader Vijayakant’s Delhi visit and his alliance strategies with Tamil Nadu political parties. There is also a story about TN budget 2014. The story deals with TN government’s various plans. The issue also features the interview of Gandhiya Makkal party leader Tamilaruvi Manian. There is also story about the role of apps in present generation relationships.
February 19, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 19th, 2014. The issue looks at Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa’s prime ministerial dreams. The cover story discusses about Jayalalithaa’s strategy of teaming up with Left and her possible post election alliance with BJP. There is a special story about Congress’s chaos and the toughest battle of the party in LS polls. The issue also features about Prashant Bhushan’s audiotape release in 2G scam and MP Kanimozhi, DMK top family’s alleged role in it. There is also a special story about the murder of Arunachal Pradesh college student Nida Tania.
February 12, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 12th, 2014. The issue looks at increasing pattern of cancer cases in India. This cover story highlights the recent trend of cancer cases because of newly developing lifestyle among the Indians and the need to create awareness among the people. The special story deals with the secret operation before Bluestar. The story talks about the secret strategies carried out by RAW before the Bluestar operation. The issue also features about DMK’s top family rift between Karunanidhi and Alagiri. The story deals with how this rift will create an impact in the LS polls. The issue also features about Kiran Kumar Reddy’s strategy to stop the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
February 5, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 5th, 2014. The issue looks at the suspension of Alagiri, Karunanidhi’s son from DMK party. The cover story analyses what lead to suspension of Alagiri and will it be the end of Alagiri’s political career. The special story deals with the interview of Nalini’s (Rajiv case convict) father Sankara Narayanan. The story explains the long wait of a father for his daughter’s release. There is also an exclusive story about the mood of the nation in Lok Sabha elections. The story also discusses the Nation Poll results. There is also a story about the recent reservation trend in Tamil Nadu. The story analyses TN CM’s decision of not implementing the reservation in Multi-specialty hospital.
January 29, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated January 29th, 2014. In this issue, The cover story is about the emergence of the brand new Raghul Gandhi and how he is the last bet for the Congress Party at the 2014 general elections.
February 2014: Highlights of Readers Digest India magazine, February 2014 The February issue cover story is on the subject of bullying—and how it affects school students. The Digest interviewed educators, child psychologists and NGOs to investigate the telltale signs of abuse and also spoke to bullied children and their parents, examining how they first coped with and ultimately countered these traumatic incidents. Another story on the cover titled “Change Your Mind, Change Your Future” tells you how to take control of your life by changing the way you think. Neuro-linguistic programming expert David Shepherd explains how to train your unconscious brain to focus on your life goals and alter your behaviour to have personal and professional success.
January, 2014: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated January 1, 2014. Get set to usher in the New Year with a resolve to manage your money better with our finance special. Learn surprising lessons from the wealthy in "25 Things Rich People Won't Tell You." Nurture your fiscal health with "Work Now on Your Financial Goals," and know why financial literacy is vital for women as well. As lifestyles and role models change, a growing number of youngsters in India are literally dying to be thin, risking anorexia and bulimia.
December 2013: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated December 1, 2013. With 15 lakh new stroke cases every year in India, we have a comprehensive cover story "Stroke! When Every Minute Counts." Many doctors now prefer to call it "brain attack" in order to show how seriously damaging a stroke can be. The article explains how to recognize a stroke and act quickly. It also covers prevention and the latest medical updates. "Escape to India" is a moving story of a migrant whose family was forced to abandon its roots and start life from scratch after the fateful 1947 partition. For Christmas, there's an RD classic, “The Gold & Ivory Tablecloth.”
November 2013: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated November 1, 2013. Our health special is here to keep you in fine fettle with its doses of helpful information on healing foods, the world's best-kept health secrets, and areas in everyday life that we ignore in our quest to lose weight. With its broad spectrum of articles, this special section will go a long way in ensuring your sound health. As noise levels go up, tinnitus—or phantom ringing sounds in the ears of sufferers—is no longer an uncommon condition. While a cure remains elusive, our article reveals that managing the condition to lead near-normal lives is certainly achievable.
October 2013: Highlights of Reader’s Digest India magazine dated October1, 2013. What would you do if you found a wallet stuffed with cash? Our October cover story “How Honest Are We?” looked for an answer among residents of Mumbai and 15 other cities across Europe and South and North America. Though the results of our tests were not so scientific, we saw it as a good way of bringing out some values The Digest upholds—those of honesty, exemplary parenting and concern for the feelings of others. Find out how the real Mumbai Indians fared as compared to people worldwide. Don’t miss the amazing story of this brave lady from Tamil Nadu.
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No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.
March 5 2014: We celebrate the season of love with four couples who shouldn't be together, according to the law, but fight every day to be with each other. These illegal love stories will turn your heart to mush. Also, read about model Esha Gupta talk about her love for a younger man. And celebrate Valentine's Day with food the two of you can cook together.
February 19 2014: We celebrate the season of love with four couples who shouldn't be together, according to the law, but fight every day to be with each other. These illegal love stories will turn your heart to mush. Also, read about model Esha Gupta talk about her love for a younger man. And celebrate Valentine's Day with food the two of you can cook together.
February 5 2014: It's time to check if your list matches our list of India's Most Beautiful Women. Including Katrina Kaif, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor and Vidya Balan, we tell you why they've made it to our list. In this issue, you can also meet Rajvi Mehta who invented a low-cost nutrition bar that helps anaemia sufferers.
December 11, 2013: In this special Wedding issue, we have the results of the Femina survey conducted across India among single women under 35, to find out what they wanted their wedding to be like. Did you know that when it comes to matchmakers, matrimonial websites score higher than family? Or that irrespective of faith, the wedding band is the most important thing the bride is wearing? Pick up our issue to read mo... More
November 29 2013: In this special Wedding issue, we have the results of the Femina survey conducted across India among single women under 35, to find out what they wanted their wedding to be like. Did you know that when it comes to matchmakers, matrimonial websites score higher than family? Or that irrespective of faith, the wedding band is the most important thing the bride is wearing?
The Malayalam edition delivers the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of Kerala and elsewhere.
February 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 26th, 2014. The cover story looks into the poll prospects of Congress in kerala in the wake of a change of guard in KPCC. The story is woven around the highhandedness of party High Command in picking up V M Sudheeran as president of KPCC. AICC had rejected state leadership's proposal in selecting new chief of KPCC.The cover story is accompanied with a revealing interview of VM Sudheeran with Associate Editor Radhakrishnan MG and one page write up on newly appointed KPCC vice president V D Satheeshan MLA.
February 19, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 19th, 2014. The issue had the cover story on the fast by K. K. Rema, wife of slain RMP leader T P Chandrasekharan. The fast, held in Thiruvananthapuram in front of the secretariat from February 3 to 7, was in demand of a CBI probe into the case. Rema and RMP allege that high-level CPI(M) leaders are involved in the case. The fast was remarkable for the support it received from intelligentia and common people alike. The story also examined the dilemma of CPI(M) as Achuthanandan wrote a letter to the Chief Minister Oommen Chandy seeking a CBI probe into the case, much to the rage of the state and central leaderships of the party.
February 12, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 12th, 2014. The issue has the cover story on the alarmingly high rate of cancer in India, as per the recent statistics by WHO. The story says the rates are high because most of the patients tend to ignore the symptoms as they first make their advent. It also quotes Manisha Koirala, Bollywood actress and Yuvraj Singh, cricketer, who were released from the grip of this disease for good. The big story on Operation Sundown revealed that even before Operation Bluestar, Indira Gandhi, the then prime minister of India, had given nod to a secret plan by the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) to hijack Bindranwale in 1984.
February 5, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 5th, 2014. The issue brings out the exclusive opinion poll depicting the mood of the nation which predicts BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is nearer to power. He is close to the last mile and could emerge the leader of the single largest party .The poll predicts 212 seats for NDA and it is crossing the 200 mark for the first time UPA s tally would come down to 103 from 259 a loss of 13 % vote share Congress may not cross the 100 mark which is bad new for the party. The greatest gainers would be the other parties and Prakash Karat of CPM and Jayalalitha of AIADMK would have greater say in the next government The issue is also looking at the fairy tale like life of the Sunanda Pushkar, who was found dead in a hotel room.
January 29, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated January 29th, 2014. The issue looks at the congress parties desperate attempt to repackage its enigmatic vice president Rahul Gandhi which will be a last straw for grand old party of Indian democracy. The cover story describes how congress is reloading Rahul to compete with BJP’s much ahead campaign with NaMo as its spearhead.
India Today is published in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. These editions deliver the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of different regions and increase relevance by giving a perfectly balanced coverage of national and local news.
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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We heart boys and it’s especially evident this month! Find out what fashion trends are just perfect for guys and girls (so you and your boy can dress like a couple but not look cheesy at all), get ideas on pretty ensembles that will take you out on a date or anywhere else you like and the best nail designs right now to copy. It’s also time for our new Hot Guy Panel 2014 who make an appearance and ...
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Over the years, Autocar India has grown from being just a car magazine to a comprehensive ‘car expert’ brand. Autocar India is, by far, India’s best-selling car magazine with a readership that is more than double its nearest rival. But it’s not numbers alone that make Autocar India the country’s best car magazine.
Since its first issue back in September 1999, it has regularly been the first with the news and has earned an enviable reputation for breaking stories before any other media
February 2014: Wondering what's on display at the Auto Expo? We've got you covered. Our detailed preview has all the new cars, facelifts and exciting concepts that you just can't afford to miss. For the first time, Honda's City is available with a diesel engine. But how well does the City Diesel hold up against its established rivals? We pit the new City diesel against the Skoda Rapid, Volkswagen Vento
January 2014: The City is one of Honda's most important cars for India, so naturally, there's a lot of buzz around the new car (the introduction of the City diesel being one of the main reasons). We decided to give it the proper road-test treatment and we've even compared the CVT automatic variant to one of its main rivals, the Volkswagen Vento TSI.
December 2013: Future Marutis - The next five years Seven secret new models revealed. PETROLS ARE BACK - 12 Cars That will make you forget going diesel FIRST LOOK - New Jazz and Mobilio.
November 2013: Diwali is almost here, but we're not so sure you should go and buy that new car just yet. Our list of cars that are headed here soon will most definitely change your mind - most of which will make their way to India as soon as next year. So, don't make any hasty decisions. The new Skoda Octavia is seriously impressive, so we decided to give it a real test and pit it against our current segment
October 2013: The Jeep brand is finally back in India. And we've taken both the Grand Cherokee and the Wrangler to where they belong - off the road - to find out if they have what it takes to justify their price tag. Hyundai continues to add more cars to its line-up, the Grand i10 is the fifth hatchback from the Korean carmaker. We comprehensively road test the Grand i10 and find out if the Maruti Swift
September 2013: It’s our 14th anniversary and this is one issue you just can’t afford to miss. We’ve driven the new Hyundai Santa Fe and going by our first impressions, this could be the best Hyundai yet. And, we’ve exclusively road tested the all-new Skoda Octavia. It’s more spacious, the engines more refined, and it comes loaded to the teeth with tech. It’s definitely the new benchmark.
August 2013: Nissan is gunning for a 10 percent market share in India, and the car that could spearhead this is the Datsun Go hatchback. Nissan is looking to price this car very aggressively, below Rs 3.5 lakh! We give you a comprehensive first look at this Micra-sized entry level hatchback. Also, we drive two of the latest ‘affordable’ luxury cars that will make their way to India soon, the BMW 1-series
July 2013: Skoda is bringing back the Octavia moniker with the third-generation Octavia. We drive the bigger, lighter and better-equipped Skoda and find out if it’s going to be as much a success as the first Octavia. Also, we test an array of new Mercedes-Benz models this month - the new E-class, A 180 CDI, B 180 CDI and GL 350 CDI. Plus, we pit the all-new Ford EcoSport against the hugely successful Renault
June 2013:With the new A-class, Mercedes-Benz is all set to break the stigma that has plagued the Indian car market since the Maruti 800 – that hatchbacks have to be cheap.
The Telugu edition delivers the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of Andhra Pradesh and elsewhere.
February 25, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 25th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story “The Modi Machine" as cover. The story looks inside the Narandra Modi's Prime Ministerial campaign, which is most audacious in India so far. Big story is on the Aam Admi Party's chief Aravind Kejriwal discusses about his strategies and the reasons behind his resignation to the Delhi Chief Minister post. Special report is about UPA-2 Government’s impact on Indian economy, whose term of power is nearing its end. Main Story from Andhra Pradesh "Congress in Dire Straits" discuss that how the party faces a bleak future in the 13 districts of the region. For the Congress it is unmitigated disaster.
February 18, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 18th, 2014. The issue carried "Fault Lines- Chaos reigns in Congress party" -the IT English Cover Story, written by Jatin Gandhi- as the cover story for Telugu also. It discussed the state of affairs in Congress, the oldest party of the country. A Special Report from Andhra Pradesh, 'A step ahead' by Amarnath K Menon, discussed the present stage of initial tremors of the Union Cabinet's approval of Telangana Bill. Another political story from Andhra Pradesh 'Can jagan retain his sway over Seemandhra?' written by A. Rammohan Rao discussed about the political prospects of YSJaganmohan Reddy, the president of YSRCP in the post bifurcation scenario.
February 11, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 11th, 2014. The issue carried “Kiran's last gambit” as the cover story written by Amarnath K Menon. It discussed the kind of impact Kiran Reddy has made in a unique fight back by getting passed a resolution rejecting the Telangana bill. It also discussed various options before the Congressmen in Seemandhra. With the Congress committing virtual suicide in the Seemandhra region by mishandling the issue of bifurcation, the Chief Minister like many MPs and MLAs sensed the electoral prospects were dim for someone contesting on the Party ticket.
February 4, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 4th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story 'All Pumped up' as Cover. The story based on the predictions of India Today Mood Of The Nation poll, which indicates the force Narendra Modi is ever closer to his ambition to become Prime Minister. Big Story is about Aam Admi party, which is experiencing the harsh reality of the governance with it's chief and Chief Minister Kejriwal taking his fight to the Delhi streets. Reasons behind the death of Sunanda Puskhar, wife of Central Minister Shashi Tharoor are discussed in the Special Report 'Candle in the whirlwind'. Main Story from Andhra Pradesh 'The confined Reality?', how is about the main political parties Congress, TDP and YSRCP are facing the threat of getting themselves confined to one region or the other.
January 28, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated January 28th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story "The Make Over Prince"- as Cover. The story discussed the the desperate effort of the Congress.
For over five decades now, Filmfare has been the official handbook on everything Bollywood for the diehard fan, which, in India is almost everyone. It is also a magazine that film stars think of first and trust most when they want to open up to their fans. With its exclusive interviews, classy photo-shoots, insider stories, sneak peeks, Bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features, Filmfare captures Bollywood's biggest stars and divas at their most colorful & candid best. As India's No. 1 entertainment magazine, Filmfare has through the years, turned from a monthly into a fortnightly, and launched an edition devoted to the southern film industry and gained a readership of more than 2 million fans! There's no better evidence of Filmfare's hold on the industry than the Filmfare Awards
February 26 2014: Cover on farhan akhtar, deepika padukone, dhanush, rakeysh omprakash mehra, vaani kapoor, nawazuddin siddiqui, rajkummar rao, supriya pathak kapur and shilpa shukla The biggest stars, the best performances and candid moments... The 59th Idea Filmfare Awards was one special night. Relive the night through a firsthand account..
February 12 2014: Cover on Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti chopra Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra open their hearts and minds. Priyanka Chopra is mushy in love. A peek into 2014..
January 29 2014: Cover on anushka sharma Anushka Sharma has beaten her peers at their games. Bitching, boyfriends and gossip bugs... she's moved beyond all to live her dreams..
January 15 2014: Vidya Balan speaks candidly about life at the movie post her marriage to UTV head honcho Sidharth Roy Kapur among other things..
January 1 2014: Cover on aamir khan Movie magician Aamir Khan is back with a bang to do what he does best; rule the box-office marquee. Meet the movie icons who redefined showbiz rules..
December 18 2013: Cover on Sunny Leone & Sachiin joshi Exclusive: Kangna Ranaut spills the beans on sex and matters of the heart. Imran Khan talks nineteen to a dozen on the secrets to a sucessful marriage..
December 04, 2013: He acts, directs and sings. He's the Superman of B-Town. Ladies and lads, presenting Farhan Akhtar, up, close and personal. Only for Filmfare..
November 20 2013: From Nargis,Madhubala to Madhuri Dixit. From Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan to Shah Rukh Khan: here's looking back at the Best of filmstars in the Best of Filmfare issue..
November 6 2013: Hrithik Roshan on success, insecurities and fighting back, The Fashion fundas of stars decided, Manish Malhotra answers your wardrobe queries, Namrata soni gives beauty tips and more....
October 23, 2013: In this Bridal special find out Priyanka's fantasies about an exotic destination wedding and the treasure troves of the biggest stars. Nargis Fakhri, our cover girls, bares it all. She speaks about her life at the movies and otherwise. All of this and more in this Filmfare Exclusive. Enjoy!.
It is part of the India Today group, also founded in 1975, which now includes 13 magazines, 3 radio stations, 4 TV channels, 1 newspaper, a classical music label (Music Today), book publishing, and India's only book club. With the publication of its 30th Anniversary issue in December 2005, the magazine, which had commenced publication in 1975 with a circulation of 5,000 copies, has published five editions and currently has a circulation of over 1.1 million copies with a readership of over 5.62 million.
February 2014: In our Fourth Anniversary Special, we explore the fascinating medieval ruins of Croatia, the surreal, other-worldly forests of Costa Rica, Northern Ireland’s extraordinary cliffs and castles (even more extraordinary beer), and much more. Plus, there’s so much we unearthed in Switzerland, that we decided to dedicate a whole book to it. Good luck making up your mind. Download your copy now!
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January 2014: Plan the perfect year of travel, with Lonely Planet Magazine India’s A Year of Experiences issue, which tells you where you need to go in 2014 – and why. We’ve got all you need to max out your time in BRAZIL, whether you’re headed there for the football world cup or just for the gorgeous beaches, a whole lot of fun and games in GLASGOW, and a great collection of must-visit destinations – both undiscovered and forgotten, just waiting for you to swing by. Download your copy now and get planning!
December 2013: Get your groove on with Lonely Planet Magazine India’s 20+ ROMANTIC IDEAS issue, which will help you plan a holiday that’ll knock the socks off your better half… We’ve got perfect honeymoon islands off AUSTRALIA’s Brisbane coast, a hidden PARIS full of romantic surprises, and a whole bunch of unusual ideas – from staring death in the face together to reliving adolescent fantasies… Download your copy now to get the romance going!
September 2013: Our September issue is for the SMART TRAVELLER - packed with ideas on how to get better rates and squeeze a little more out of each holiday. How about Venice in all its grandeur with canals and carnivals, gondoliers and romance on a budget you’ll love? Or Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam's best experiences in an affordable itinerary? A feature on Coorg and Family-friendly holiday ideas complete the big reads. But there's more, with quick getaways to Kundremukh in Karnataka, Hacra in Rajasthan, Nagini in Himachal Pradesh, Dindi in Andhra Pradesh and North Goa.
February, 2014: Highlights of Cosmopolitan India magazine dated February 2014. The February issue of Cosmpolitan features Alia Bhatt on the cover along with an interview that has the young actress talking about love, life, and her Bollywood career so far. The issue also features this month’s cover girl’s co-star from ‘Highway’, Randeep Hooda who speaks about his upcoming movie, and what got him to Bollywood.
January, 2014: Highlights of Cosmopolitan India magazine dated January 2014. The January issue of Cosmpolitan features Shruti Haasan on the cover with an in-depth interview where we the actress talks about love, life, and her career. The issue also features Lisa Ray who opens up about her fight with cancer, and life otherwise. Other than that Cosmo features its hand-picked panel of beauty experts who dish out the details on what products to buy and why.
December 2013: Highlights of Cosmopolitan India magazine dated December 2013. The December issue of Cosmpolitan features Jennifer Lopez, along with an 'all-access' interview with the singer where she talks about her glamourous and busy life. The issue also features Scarlett Johansson who talks about her beauty secrets; and Sonakshi Sinha who shares body confidence tips. Other than that there are the 50 ultimate party tricks, sexy party shoes, and a poll on party habits.
November 2013: Highlights of Cosmopolitan India magazine dated November 2013. November issue of Cosmpolitan is the beauty issue that features Sonam Kapoor on the cover and as the celebrity of the month. Sonam Kapoor talks about fashion, family and finding new love. This issue also features Malaika Arora Khan who shares beauty tips; Noureen De Wulf who talks about her interest in Bollywood; and Karishma Kapoor who talks about being stylish when pregnant. To top that, there’s also a piece on hunt for the best street style fashion; and Cosmopolitan’s 15th annual sex survey results.
October 2013: Highlights of Cosmopolitan India magazine dated October 2013. October issue of Cosmpolitan is the celebrity issue and Priyanka Chopra is the celebrity of the month. Priyanka Chopra shares her success mantra. This issue also features Farhan Akhtar, Malaika Arora Khan, Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt as love experts. That is not all - a quiz that will change your sex life, tips to fall in love with your job and a list of best products in the world.
September 2013: The top model reveals her best-kept secrets on style, men, confidence and pro makeup!