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  COVER STORY: RAHUL GANDHI
Is He Ready?

Rahul Gandhi's recent visit to Afghanistan was a carefully choreographed event. As he is being groomed for a larger political role, another succession rite begins in the dynasty.

FULL STORY

Celeb Clean-Up
Mumbai's glamour industry takes to the streets to tidy up the city in the aftermath of the floods. Was it a genuine move or a mere lip service to a cause, asks India Today's Kimi Dangor.

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  NATION | RURAL EMPLOYMENT SCHEME

Mother Of All Sops

The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme could be the world's biggest social security initiative. But lack of accountability and transparency can reduce it to mere political rhetoric. Worse, it can bankrupt the Government.

FULL STORY

  STATES: WEST BANGAL

Cat Among The Pigeons

The chief minister's reformist agenda is opposed by LF constituents but finds grudging support from the CPI(M) central leadership

FULL STORY

  BUSINESS & ECONOMY: MOBILE PHONES

Cellebrating 10 Years

From zero to 60 million mobile users in a decade. The future is even better with the number expected to double in less than three years.

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  DIPLOMACY: TONY BLAIR'S VISIT

With Open Arms

Tony Blair comes to Delhi not just as the British prime minister but also as EU president and his visit will boost India's ties with the UK, apart from widening its strategic partnership with Europe

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  MEDIA: LAUNCH PARTY

Spicing It Up

Spice, a monthly lifestyle magazine for India Today readers in metros, was launched by actor Mallika Sherawat. She wooed Delhi's glitterati by declaring that "Delhi rocks". It sure did.

FULL STORY

  SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

Rising to the occasion

Two books on Mangal Pandey help expand the schoolbook profile of the man but fall short of being scholarly

FULL STORY

  SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

Unshed Tears

A delicate narrative brings to life the tale of a victim of familial bonds

FULL STORY

  HERITAGE: MAGAN BOAT EXPEDITION

Sailing In From The Past

A multinational team of archaeologists attempts to follow in the wake of the world's most ancient seafarers to recreate a historic voyage to India. Can they do it?

FULL STORY

   

  NATION | IT CASE

A Brief Storm

P. Chidambaram survives Opposition demands for his ouster and the Congress party a serious embarrassment

FULL STORY

  STATES: KERALA

Marriages Of Convenience

Sonia fails to enthuse cadres as parties break all conventions to ally with sworn enemies in the run-up to the local body elections

FULL STORY

  NEIGHBOURS: AFGHANISTAN

Rediscovering The Kabul Route

The first trip by an Indian prime minister in 29 years marks a new chapter in Indo-Afghan ties though Kabul is guarded about expanding security cooperation.

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  LAW: ANTI-SIKH RIOTS

The Survivors

The survivors of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots speak out in anguish to Managing Editor Raj Chengappa about their unending search for justice. Photographs by Sumeet Inder Singh.

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  ENVIRONMENT: ELLOR POLLUTION

Reviving The Periyar

The lives of the residents on the Periyar river island of Eloor take a U-turn as vigilance and legislation give the toxic hot spot a second chance

FULL STORY

  SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

Indira Unbound

A valuable addition to the books on Mrs Gandhi, more personal than political, with rare notes, memos and letters revealing new facets

FULL STORY

  SOCIETY & THE ARTS: BOOKS

"Greed Killed Kashmir"

FULL STORY

 
 
If Pakistan hangs Sarabjit Singh, will it affect the Indo-Pak peace process?
 
 
South Asia's most influential and most read newsweekly presents the fourth Conclave India Tomorrow 2005: Perception vs Reality  
 
 
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