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Highlights of India Today issue dated March 11, 2013. Cover Story titled ‘Vote Surplus, Vision Deficit’ analyses the Union Budget 2013 and infers that Finance Minister P. Chidambaram avoids fiscal crisis but provides little to revive growth. The Big Story 'IB with Low IQ' takes on India’s war against terror. The latest terror strikes in Hyderabad prove yet again that the intelligence apparatus is incapable of preventing terrorists from attacking at will. The story ‘Rasool’s Line of Control’ profiles off-spinner Parveez Rasool who has given the Valley reason to dream by putting Australia on the mat. Now he’s playing for a national team cap. The Neighbours section focuses on Bangladesh. The story titled ‘Stirrings of a Dhaka Spring’ highlights that youth lead demand for death penalty for Islamists, on trial for genocide during the nation’s liberation war of 1971.   The Cinema section's story ‘6 Stars in the Making' talks about a new breed of bright young actors who bring glamour and intelligence to an industry looking for a new cast system.   The Fashion section profiles designer Naeem Khan in the story 'Mumbai Boy Wows Manhattan'. From the Oscar red carpet to the White House ball, Khan’s growing celebrity client list marks him out as the most successful Indian designer on the global stage. The issue also has multimedia content on Bollywood stars of tomorrow. The stars interviewed are Sidharth Malhotra, Parineeti Chopra, Alia Bhatt, Ayushmann Khurrana, Esha Gupta and Arjun Kapoor.   The free magazines with this edition are Aspire, Simply Bangalore and Simply Kolkata.   India Today Editor Kaveree Bamzai lists the highlights of this edition. Click here to see the video in http://goo.gl/CWbpV

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