Damayanti Datta

OPEN TO OPINION

It Could Happen to You

The writer is Executive Editor, India Today.

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Uncontrolled sand mining led to Kerala floods. This is only waiting to happen again

And it’s not just Kerala. Almost each of India’s 400-plus rivers is in the grip of the sand mining mafia.

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Why Delhi is gasping for breath

A perfect case study of missing the forest for the trees.

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What India Today Sex Survey 2018 reveals about Indians having sex at workplace

The cover story raises fundamental questions that call out for engagement, exploration and evaluation.

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What it was like inside Madame Tussauds Delhi

The museum's 24th branch has found home at the Regal Theatre in the capital.

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Judges bribery case: Has Supreme Court damaged its reputation?

The clash between CJI Dipak Misra and justice J Chelameswar has created a crisis of institutional credibility for the apex court.

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Is Yogi Adityanath serious about restoring Taj Mahal’s glory?

A whole lot of questions remain unanswered even as the Uttar Pradesh CM wielded the broom outside the monument.

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What former President and politician par excellence Pranab Mukherjee can teach us

Anecdotes from the third volume of his memoirs – The Coalition Years: 1996-2012 – is the cover story of India Today magazine’s latest issue.

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Talwars acquitted: Questions about Aarushi murder that remain unanswered

Where is Krishna Thadarai? For justice to prevail fully for the double murder, that question is crucial.