India Plus

India Plus

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India Plus is a bi-monthly digital multimedia magazine published by Living Media India Limited. A part of the India Today group, India Plus boasts of content sourced from 13 magazines, 3 radio stations, 4 TV channels and 1 newspaper of the India Today Group.
The India Today Group’s leadership is unquestioned; so much so that it is what Indian journalism is judged by; for its integrity and ability to bring an unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. We ask the most difficult questions and provide the clearest answers in all fields.

January 15 2013: Highlights of India Plus magazine dated January 15, 2013. The issue looks at how justice for the Delhi gangrape victim is likely to be delayed due to bureaucratic procedures and legal tangles. It also looks at how the ministers and MPs who are supposed to represent the common man was nowhere in sight at the protests for justice for the victim. As a follow up to the heinous crime in which a 23-year-old medical student was gangraped and left to die, the issue looks at the juvenile justice system and how instead of rehabilitating the young criminals, it only hardens them.

January 01 2013: Highlights of India Plus magazine dated January 1, 2013. The issue looks at Narendra Modi's victory in the recently held Assembly elections in Gujarat and how he is the possible BJP candidate for the post of Prime Minister. The issue also presents a detailed story on how it is high time Sachin Tendulkar quit and the way forward for Team India which has had a long stroke of bad luck and hasn't been able to pull together its game. Following the gangrape and death of a 23-year-old girl on a moving bus in Delhi and the subsequent protests, the issue looks at how the city's women are always at risk of being sexually assaulted as well as the mindset of men in the country. With the new year setting in, the issue gives you neat tips on how to dress up as well as beat that hangover in a jiffy. Apart from that, it takes you on a three-nation road trip across India, Nepal and Bhutan.

December 15 2012: Highlights of India Plus December 15 2012 issue, Bharat Surprises India with its Sexy Secrets, Sex on their Minds, The Last Virtual push of Force Modi, The Dark world of Match Fixing, God Save India's Telecom Firms, The Sound of Silence and more...

November 30 2012: Highlights of India Plus magazine dated November 30, 2012. The issue looks at a small village in Gujarat where a massacre similar to Jallianwalla Bagh was perpetrated by the British troops in 1913. More than 1,500 Bhils were killed on Mangadh Hill on the border between Rajasthan and Gujarat. The issue also looks at Bal Thackeray and the legacy that he has left behind for the Shiv Sena and the country. The issue highlights via photographs how innovative ideas can change many things around us. A survey on the Gujarat elections shows how reigning chief minister Narendra Modi is all set to win again.

November 15 2012: Nawazuddin Sidiqqui rejection, women, and films, Where is the party tonight?, Bang on Target and more...

November 1 2012: Highlights of India Plus magazine dated November 1, 2012. The issue looks at how India's urban youngster are raising a toast to all occasions and how problem drinking is on an upsurge. The issue also looks at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's recent announcements to revive the economy and how it will take some time before the economy gets out of its sluggish mode and into a higher, faster growth gear. With winter setting in, most tiger sanctuaries in India have thrown open their gates. The issue looks at a family of tigers in Ranthambhore as part of a travel destination.

October 15, 2012: Highlights of India Plus magazine dated October 15, 2012. The issue looks at the plight of Pakistan's 3.5 million Hindus, a smaller minority than the country's Christians, has been simmering under the surface for a while.

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