Given the current environment of economic discontentment and tenuous geopolitical situation, are China’s actions strategically opportune?
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about the PM's new economic mantra in the wake of the pandemic and the Chinese aggression, in the July 13, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
China, in recent months, has quite brazenly started to flex its muscles and to browbeat, bully, intimidate, threaten not just smaller countries in the neighbourhood, but also some of the bigger powers.
Kerala Congress invented a system to reactivate its leaders by introducing Performance Assessment System (PAS) to rate its leaders and their popularity at grass root levels.
The deadline to begin the trial so that the vaccine could be launched on August 15 may be unrealistic and even illegal.
While addressing soldiers of the Indian Army in Ladakh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a message to our neighbour: “The age of expansionism is over”.
A political level, Scindia pulled off a smooth coup- from getting his loyalists to quit the Congress and to get them into a BJP cabinet.
Both — Aatmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India — are great ideas, and are misinterpreted in due to vested interests, or due to lack of communication and lack of understanding among the public.
The Covid war is far from over. India has done well in managing the pandemic so far. But the gains achieved can be easily undone by a few follies.
Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were. However, the time in the history of the world where the bygone is recalled can do wonders.
The real casualty of the Covid seems to be the newspaper. A sense of tragedy is lost in the celebration of the technological.
Nitish Kumar has demonstrated resolve and decision making that reflected in slowing down the spread and the impact of the Covid-19 in Bihar.
On an examination of the documents, most impartial observers will come to the inevitable conclusion that the RSS was right about China and the Congress was wrong.
Rajasthan Chief Minister has added to his stature ever since he ensured that Congress retained its flock together in the Rajya Sabha elections.
The duo had a fine flair for regional folk music, catchy dance numbers, soulful devotional songs, children’s songs – you name it.
The Punjab farmers are irked with the government for blowing a chance to save water and in turn, help them save money.
The trailer of Sushant Singh Rajput's last film, Dil Bechara, is out.
No Chinese national has ever set a foot in the area till the mid-1950s and it is only due to India’s weakness at that time that Beijing can make this outrageous claim today.
Orchard owners are worried as they have not been able to source the solidly-built Nepalese labourers needed for the harvest of the apple crop.
China wants to keep India occupied on two-and-a-half fronts, in order to scare smaller nations.
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about a definitive India Today-survey across 12 major disciplines for the Covid world, in the July 6, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
If you can have homeopathy, you can have Coronil too.
The RIC platform has today become a talk shop in many ways where generic discussions on global issues have become the norm.
Chinese troops have ingressed at four major points while Beijing has laid claim to the entire Galwan Valley.
When it comes to awareness of mental health, India and America are at opposite ends of the spectrum.
In overplaying its hand in the Galwan Valley, Beijing has made a close US-India alliance all but inevitable.
Spice Lab marks the beginning of a new generation of Indian cuisine.
Stories of three men who are part of the LGBTQ and their straight-ally collective.
Interesting stories have revealed how young adults in the West are finding it nerve-racking and daunting to live with their parents.
Fronting mental health to avoid a conversation about the harsh realities of Bollywood is a copout that will dismantle many more fragile minds of many more Sushant Singh Rajputs.
Visuals of people throwing 'Made in China' TV sets from their balconies and nationalist groups protesting with anti-China banners are useful ‘conflict-time’ optics that the Chinese state-owned media did not miss.
The movie drags us back in time. It does the same to issues concerning women.
While the story is set in pre-Independence era, the issues that Anvita Dutt raises, especially pertaining to a woman’s place in society and the hurdles she faces, feel pertinent.
The need of the hour is rethinking policies and planning for the post-Covid days. The process must start right now.
The country seems to be moving more and more into an examination based education system where the testing impedes genuine learning.
China may be good at the hardware economy, but we should harness our freedom economy.
The title song is amongst the many subgenres that exist in the delightful world of Hindi film music, especially till the mid-70s. Though not extinct yet, they are certainly on their way out.
Two cousins from Jammu died of dehydration while on their way to cremate their uncle who died of Covid-19. Authorities were apathetic due to the fear of contracting the coronavirus.
The teacher drawing salary from multiple govt schools in UP reflects the tragedy that has befallen one of the best schemes ever launched to boost girls’ education in rural areas.
The sudden spike in cases reveals that the government’s contact tracing is no more functional. Health experts fear the situation might spiral out of control if the government doesn’t lock down the city immediately.
Indian military officials have for long maintained that the armed forces are prepared for a two-front contingency. That moment of truth might be just around the corner.
China's proxies are propagating the absurd proposition that a package deal on the border would include India remaining neutral on US-China issues.
While Thackeray is adamant on cancelling the examinations and passing the students based on their previous academic record, Koshyari, also the Chancellor of the universities, has warned that this will hamper the students’ future.
The citizenry, media and political class must not indulge in unnecessary mud-slinging to create instability. Instead, the whole country should strengthen the resolve of politico-military leadership to secure national sovereign territory.
What keeps him ticking is his old courtroom habits of donning a lawyer’s gown in his imagination and engaging in banter by giving quick, smart repartees.
Across the world, there have been concerns raised over security and transparency of Chinese apps like TikTok.
India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about how India has to maintain its territorial integrity but also has to tread carefully around China, in the June 29, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.
India needs stronger infrastructure to provide uninterrupted internet connection and electronic devices to students and narrow the digital divide.
Virtual calls that brought the world closer during the coronavirus could not connect these two anymore.