|  RIGHT Foot Forward |  7-minute read

When PM Modi might speak up on battling the second wave

The silence of the Prime Minister in this hour of national calamity is astounding.


 |  3-minute read
Lockdown, nail, nail art, body care

My clean relationship with my nails will survive umpteen lockdowns

I may not be missing the monthly salon trip, pandemic upheavals et al, but my mani hasn't lost its mojo!


 |  2-minute read
Maneatersofkumaon, Jim Corbett, Tigers, Kumaon

Daily Recco, April 19: To Kumaon with Corbett

Hunter-tracker-author Jim Corbett details his adventures and the closest of encounters with man-eating tigers and leopards in Man-Eaters of Kumaon.


 |  3-minute read
Boardexamscancelled, Board Exams, class 10 exams, Examinations

With CBSE Class 10 exams cancelled, I missed my validation

It was as though I had been running a marathon this entire year and right when it was my time to sprint across the last 100 m, everyone was halted.


 |  5-minute read
Prashantkishor, bengal elections, Mamata Banerjee, Narendra Modi

Is it too hot under the spotlight for Prashant Kishor?

For any political strategist, the close battles are always the most important to win if they want undisputed credit, which is different from unparalleled PR.


 |  5-minute read
Covid-19, covid second wave, coronavirus vaccine, covid cases

Covid-19: How to halt the second wave

India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about how we got to the second wave of Covid and how we can tide over the crisis, in the April 19, 2021 edition of the India Today Magazine.


 |  The Other Side Of Farming |  4-minute read

The land where they eat mud

A trade route invisible to most, yet thriving even in our times.


 |  13-minute read
Bollywoodsongs, vicarious songs, hindi film music, Playback Singing

How vicarious songs came to the aid of bashful actors in Hindi films

How should the budding romance between the protagonists be depicted on screen, when the script forbids them from directly doing so? Enter buskers and vicarious music to aid.


 |  5-minute read
BJP, JP Nadda, Amit Shah, Hindutva, india today magazine

"The BJP will unify all nationalist forces"

India Today Editor-in-Chief speaks about the exclusive interview with BJP Chief JP Nadda and how the party intends to use nationalism rather than Hindutva as its future strategy, in the April 12, 2021 edition of the India Today Magazine.