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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 20th, 2013. Cover Story: India Today Hindi’s cover story Chat Romance, Pat Sex. Welcome to the age of instant-hook-ups-and-instant-break-ups where a ‘date’ means heady partying and ‘commitment’ is oh-so-passé. Men and women no longer ‘fall in love’; they are ‘in a relationship’ and when matters start going wrong, it merely gets ‘complicated’; there are no ‘heartbreaks’. Flooded with options, the urban youth now wants to explore and experiment. No one bats an eyelid when they hear that their friends are sleeping together; it’s all about discovering the other before thinking of commitment. Gone are the days when men wooed girls with silly Hallmark cards and women listened to Backstreet Boys on loop. These are times of tough love, quick gratification and commitment phobia. “The new rule of dating says don’t get emotionally involved unless you’re sure of the person,” says Vikrant Gaba, 22, a finance consultant in Mumbai for whom strobe-lit nightclubs are the perfect place to meet potential dates. An online Valentine’s Day poll by India Today in February 2013 shows that 28 per cent of the respondents are already indulging in casual sex with multiple partners and 41 per cent crave to get lucky. Social Media (Khas Rapat): Chunaav @2014 As cyber war rooms get battle-ready, BJP and Congress are reaching out to a new constituency spread across social media. Army Helicopter (Pratiraksha): Doosri Baar Crash Landing Ko Majboor The Defence Ministry shelves the purchase of 197 helicopters again despite having called for fresh bids. Budget (Karobaar): Raison (rich people) Se Vasooli Ka Iraada To reduce deficit, Chidambaram may be forced to tax the rich. The risk is, he will alienate salaried professionals as well. Cyber Suraksha (Technology): Mandaraa Raha Cyber Attack Ka Khatra India has so far not suffered any major economic or physical damage because of cyber attacks, but that does not mean its defences are strong. Girls Band (Samaj): Khamosh Ki Lab Ghulam Hain Tere A young girls’ band is silenced in Kashmir after a fatwa. Where will the infringement on freedoms stop?

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