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India Today Group revamps its flagship magazine India Today

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India Today Group revamps its flagship magazine India Today

India Today Group is re-launching its 41-year-old flagship English news magazine India Today in a completely new avatar. The  news magazine has been revamped keeping in mind the changing times to provide readers with a dazzling variety of finely-curated and filtered information and features from across the country. 

The new changes will enhance the magazine's core values of clarity, credibility and relevance and provide insights, knowledge and perspectives on a range of contemporary issues to its readers.  Smart writing, gravitas and depth, telling visuals and edgy design will make information easy-to-digest and reading a pleasurable experience. The first issue of the magazine will be out on stands today, January 27, 2017 and carries an exclusive national poll that provides a referendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation gambit.

Commenting on the reinvention of the magazine, Aroon Purie, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief,  India Today Group, said,  We live in a time where we are flooded with news 24x7 about anyone, anywhere, anytime. But it remains important to know what is significant and what is the truth. In all the noise that surrounds us, truth has become an endangered species. India Today magazine has always striven to get you the truth without any agenda, and an understanding of contemporary issues that really matters."

He added, " In keeping with the changing times, India Today magazine has now been re-imagined to enhance not only its core values of clarity, credibility and relevance, but also provide readers with a dazzling variety of finely-curated information and features. These will help our readers navigate the rapid and often bewildering political, social, economic and cultural changes sweeping across India. India Today will be the magazine for the thinking Indian."

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