India Today is the number one weekly news magazine in India. The magazine is published by Living Media India Limited, which has been part of the India Today Group since 1975. The publication is based in New Delhi. The magazine’s editor-in-chief, Aroon Purie; he has held this position since its inception in 1975. The magazine has a sister publication of the same name in Hindi. Apart from the two, it is also published in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam, which are regional languages of South India.
India Today maintains its brand by covering the news without fear or favor; The magazine offers highly knowledgeable, thorough, accurate, and comprehensive content on various topics, including: politics, economics, science, technology, lifestyle, arts, entertainment, travel, and health. Due to its outstanding content, the magazine remains the most widely read publication in India for over a decade.
The magazine presents the latest news on current affairs, politics, business, sports, especially cricket and film, from India and around the world. You can also catch up on the latest from Hollywood, Bollywood, regional film industries, and Indian TV channels. By the way, there is an edition of India Today International to reach Indians all over the world. Circulation has increased from 5,000 copies in 1975 to 1.1 million copies today, with an audience of more than 5.62 million, making it the best-selling magazine in Asia.
The magazine is part of the India Today Group, which includes 13 magazines, 3 radio stations, 4 TV channels, 1 newspaper, a classical music label (Music Today), book publishing and the only book club in India. The magazine shares a very special relationship with its subscribers: it goes beyond that of editor and reader. It is a relationship based on the common need to remain enlightened with an understanding of India.
It remains the undisputed leader in the news magazine category. Because of this belief, the world sees India Today as something to judge Indian journalism by, in terms of integrity and ability to bring forth fine and unbiased distinctions from a region of the world that offers the greatest diversity and perplexity. The magazine has become a household name by delivering news and influencing minds, it is also the flagship brand of India’s leading multi-dimensional media group. India Today asks the most exploratory questions to provide the clearest answers.
Millions of reading the magazine was made possible in large part by digital publishing. The reach of a digital magazine is global compared to the demographic limitations of print. There are many options on mobile devices and their operating systems, including: iOS, Android, Windows, and Symbian; you also have a choice of newsstand and web applications used to view, download, and read magazines. With a click of a button, millions of readers can access magazines from different parts of the world, on smart devices via the Internet. Most of the applications can be downloaded free of charge for the user; you only have to pay for subscriptions to the magazines they choose. Because of this, publishers can also offer competent prices to the user.
So let’s do our part for nature by reducing the consumption of print materials and turn to digital media. You can store your India Today digital subscription in the cloud and read all copies of the ezine whenever and wherever you want – simply because you can!