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From the Editor-in-chief

India Today Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie talks about this week's cover story, ‘Sexist Gods’, that looks at how men still call the shots in all of India’s religions and how religion discriminates against women.

This has been a landmark year for women breaking into traditional male bastions. In February, an IAF pilot became the first Indian woman to fly a fighter jet solo and just three months later, in May, a six-member Indian Navy crew became the first Indian women to circumnavigate the globe. Their unique achievements go down in the hall of fame for a country

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