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Highlights of India Today issue dated February 18, 2013. Cover Story, Modern Romance Casual Sex, says commitment is passé and romance now is all about one-night stands. Producer Pritish Nandy and directors Sudhir Mishra and Bejoy Nambiar talk about the nuances of filmmaking in 'To Make Films, You Must Be Provocative', a story in the Cinema section. A story on Defence, titled 'Chopped for a Second Time' showcases how the Defence Ministry shelves the purchase of 197 helicopters for the Army again despite having called for fresh bids. With the Budget session inching closer, the business section with story 'UPA wants the rich to pay' says that to reduce deficit, Chidambaram may be forced to tax the rich. The risk is, he will alienate salaried professionals as well. The Big Story section deals with Sooryanelli rape case. The story titled, 'Rape stain shames Congress' talks about a sensational 17-year-old rape case that returns to haunt Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman P.J. Kurien as Supreme Court orders a retrial. Nation section is on Anti-rape Ordinance. The story title 'Law Defeats the Victim' throws light on how the much awaited ordinance on sexual violence leaves women, lawmakers and jurists angry with its imprecise and hurried drafting. Special report on is social media. The story 'election #2014' says that as cyber war rooms get battle-ready, BJP and Congress are reaching out to a new constituency spread across social media. The edition also has four free magazines - Woman, Simply Delhi and Simply Chennai.

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