Cover Stories

Demise of Absolute Dominance

On June 4, 2024, the day India chose to bring Mr Modi a few notches down, India Today grilled Axis My India's Pradeep Gupta on why there was a massive difference in the pollster's exit polls

Fr. Gaurav Nair Fr. Gaurav Nair
10 Jun 2024

A Diminished Modi Will Take Oath As Three-Time PM

It is not the Narendrabhai Damodardas Modi we have known through ten years of 24x7 media coverage who now takes oath for the third time as Prime Minister of India.

John Dayal John Dayal
10 Jun 2024


The people of India, through their votes, have told Narendra Modi and the BJP firmly that they disapprove of the politics of hatred and division any more

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
10 Jun 2024

On Thursday, while stopping at the bookshop at Indira Gandhi International Airport, I saw the book 101 Reasons

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
10 Jun 2024

Child labour has persisted even after India attained independence and the 18th Lok Sabha was elected

Jose Vattakuzhy Jose Vattakuzhy
10 Jun 2024

The Indian economy grew faster than expected during the last quarter of the fiscal year that ended March 31, 2024

Jaswant Kaur Jaswant Kaur
10 Jun 2024

In politics there are no enemies," said Jharkhand's onetime political supremo Sri Shibu Soren. In the 1970s and 1980s, the heydays of his newly formed Jharkhand Mukti Morcha Party

P. A. Chacko P. A. Chacko
10 Jun 2024

Even with a campaign that is estimated to have cost 70,000 crores, a 'Saffronised' Election commission, brutalising and imprisoning of opposition leaders including Kejriwal

Jay Kumar Jay Kumar
10 Jun 2024

India, WE, THE PEOPLE, have risen. The autocrat has fallen! We elected an opposition, strong and empowered - a crucial and essential pillar of democracy

Dr. Anto Joseph Dr. Anto Joseph
10 Jun 2024

Man has many weaknesses, but one of his biggest is he can never play the role of God.

Robert Clements Robert Clements
10 Jun 2024