Highlights of India Today 20th March 2017, issue: This week's issue maps the changing sexual preferences of modern India in the 15th edition of the India Today Sex Survey. The survey, which has been around since 2003, looks at how things have changed -or not - in the nation’s intimate life.
The Upfront package contains stories on the recent 12-hour standoff between police and suspected ISIS agents in Lucknow, the 6-month suspension on H1B visas and and its effect, the new tax regime of CGST and IGST, etc.
The Neighbour story, Missile Muscle, looks at how India and China are beefing up their long-range nuclear capabilities but are avoiding the topic in official dialogue thereby straining ties between the two countries.
The magazine also carries an exclusive interview with Konkona Sen Sharma in which she talks about the censorship notice on her film Lipstick Under My Burkha.
The issue comes with three free magazines: Simply Chennai, Simply Hyderabad and Simply Punjabi
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