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Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 19th, 2013. India Today Telugu issue dated 19th February 2013 carried "New terms of endearment" as its Cover Story along with local Andhra Pradesh inputs. It described the recent trends of new-age love and sex with no emotional baggage. Details of the recent on-line survey conducted by India Today group were also carried. Big Story "Rape Stain Shames Congress" discusses the 17 year old sensational Sooryanelli Rape case, which irks Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman P. J. Kurian after Supreme Court ordering a re-trial. The story incorporated the versions of both the victim and Mr. Kurien. National Story "Law still defeats the victim" about the recent ordinance of sexual violence. It discusses that the ordinance has some good initiatives, but how it was poorly drafted and left loopholes and attracts anger from different sections. Another National Story "Congress bets on Rahul Magic" on Karnataka political developments was also carried. In the Business section, "UPA wants the rich to pay" story discusses the pre budget compulsions of Finance Minister P. Chidambaram and the impacts of higher tax rate and Inheritance tax proposals. A Guest column of Bibek Debroy was also carried along with this story.
Special report on the role of social media in the current political scenario for the upcoming "Elections 2014" and how the political parties are trying to get the advantage was carried. A discussion about the Censorship and other hurdles to release a film, in the background of recent ban on Kamal Hasan's 'Viswaroopam', in Cinema Section. Pritish Nandi, Sudhir Misra and Bijoy Nambiyar participated in this discussion. Another National story "Modi sparks power struggle", which projects the choices before BJP leaders to decide which camp they want to align, as Narendra Modi is ready to play a nation role, was also carried. Main story from the Andhra Pradesh is on the recent controversy on the recruitment of State information commissioners. Governor is prodded to agree to this appointments. Incensed Right To Information (RTI) supporters are to challenge the state’s decision in the Andhra Pradesh High Court. Impacts of this appointments are discussed.
Another story from the Andhra Pradesh is on Ex Minister Shankar Rao's detention, which was cause high drama Shankar Rao's daughter blames CM Kiran Kumar Reddy and that some vested interests in the government were trying to damage the reputation of her father. Detailed story about the Greenfield's case along with the latest developments. Versions of Mr. Shankar Rao's daughter was carried. A report on the recent Cooperative elections; The internal war in the Andhra Cricket Association (ACA) again spilled out into the open; Agitations forces cancellation of fashion show in Visakhapatnam, were carried in the Radar section. Snippets on Telugu film industry carried. News about the young music director G.V. Prakash Kumar's debut as Film producer was also carried in Eyecatchers section.

India Today Telugu Magazine Description:

PublisherIndia Today Group

CategoryNews

LanguageTelugu

FrequencyWeekly

India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group.
India Today is published in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. These editions deliver the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of different regions and increase relevance by giving a perfectly balanced coverage of national and local news.

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