Aroon Purie
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The writer is chairman and editor-in-chief of the India Today Group.

VARIETY

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Why hefty traffic fines are good, but not good enough

India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about why Indian roads continue to be deathtraps and what needs to be done to end the dangerous driving culture, in the September 30 edition of India Today magazine.

VARIETY

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Why India’s Moon mission needs to be celebrated

India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about what Chandrayaan 2 helped us achieve despite the Vikram lander suffering a hard landing, in the September 23 edition of India Today magazine.

MONEY

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How to get the Indian economy back on track

India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the 'Hard Times', and how to get the economy back on track, in the September 16 edition of India Today magazine.

POLITICS

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Understanding Independence: Celebrating the Indian spirit of inquiry and the freedom to do so

11 intellectuals write on the many meanings and consequences of patriotism, for the India of today and for the India of the past.

POLITICS

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ART & CULTURE

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Frenetic, edgy, sexy and likable. How Ranveer Singh is reinventing the role of the Bollywood hero

For the first time in over a decade, none of the highest-earning Hindi films starred the Khans.

POLITICS

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Learning from exemplary life stories of common folks who stayed positive and beat the odds

Their stories become especially useful because they are pointers to guiding public policy.

POLITICS

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How Rahul Gandhi has finally found his political groove, emerging as the primary challenger to Narendra Modi

If he wants to be the king of the political jungle, he has to transition from being a pit-bull to a lion.

POLITICS

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Inspirational stories of individuals and groups sparking a transformation in rural India

The most profound economic and development changes sweeping rural India over the past four decades.

POLITICS

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Can a resurgent Congress build on the handsome victory in the Hindi heartland?

For the general election, the Congress and its allies will have to present a credible alternative vision of India instead of just an anti-Modi agenda.