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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 13th, 2013. Cover Story: India Today Hindi’s cover story Sex, Nasha Aur Jehad. Inside the secret world of the man who plotted the 26/11 attack. Hours after ten terrorists struck Mumbai in November 26, 2008, Shazia Gilani sent husband David Coleman Headley a coded email. “I am watching cartoons,” wrote the Chicago-based homemaker. “Congratulations on your graduation.” For two years, Headley had extensively planned and recceed for the attack in which 166 people were massacred. On January 24 this year, he was sentenced to 35 years in a US prison for plotting terror attacks on Copenhagen in Denmark and the 26/11 attack in Mumbai, two worlds he had lived in and effortlessly segued between. The life of the US-born son of a Pakistani poet-diplomat and an American mother was a heady cocktail of drugs, sex and money. The man who frequented the world’s largest drug zone, the Golden Crescent in the Af-Pak region, as a drug pusher in the 1980s was later involved in its second biggest export: Terrorism. Best City Special: Unchai Mein Badhte Shahar In the next two decades, the urban population is projected to reach 60 million. It will create the demand of 70 lakh houses every year. Development of the metro has subsided, now all the responsibility of development is on other cities.

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