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February 24, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 24, 2014 The Cover Story this week is a report from inside BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi’s campaign, the most audacious for the post of Prime Minister so far in India. The Special Report is on the UPA government whose second term in power is nearing its end, leaving behind a mixed bag for the Indian economy. As the Lok Sabha elections are approaching, a story in the nation section, ‘Ear to the Ground’, has interesting tidbits from the states.
February 17, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 17, 2014 Fault Lines, the cover story this week, is on the chaos that reigns on the eve of the Congress’ toughest electoral battle. The Special Report is on the recent murder of Nido Tania, the son of a Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh. The killing in Delhi only shows that India is being forced to reconsider how it views the long-neglected North-east. The Nation section dwells on Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa, who is pitching for prime ministership by teaming up with the Left. The annual kumbh mela of art threw up some young artists, united by their ingenuity and audacity. There is also a story on the ongoing Auto expo.
February 10, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 10, 2014 The Cover Story this issue is on cancer, which says that Indians are ignoring warning signs of the disease that has become a top killer. The Special Report is on the ongoing family feud in DMK chief M. Karunanidhi’s family. The story ‘There will be bad blood’ says that the succession war between Alagiri and Stalin can jeopardise the DMK’s election chances. The issue also has a story on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, whose first attempt at accessibility fails but there’s no turning back for him now.
March 24, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated March 24, 2014 The Cover Story package this issue is on the recently concluded India Today Conclave 2014 which celebrated the idea of how to win India’s future. The Conclave which was held in New Delhi over March 7 and 8, 2014 saw 26 sessions which were addressed by leadings lights of politics, business, technology and entertainment. The Big Story is on the differences simmering within the BJP.
February 3, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated February 3, 2014 BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is inching closer to power, predicts the India Today Mood Of The Nation poll. The cover story gives an insight into the survey. The special report, Candle In The Whirlwind, looks at the fairy tale life and sudden death of socialite Sunanda Pushkar - wife of Union Minister Shashi Tharoor - who was found dead in Delhi's Hotel Leela's room.
January 27, 2014: Highlights of India Today issue dated January 27, 2014 The cover story in this issue is on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and how he has become the last chance for the Congress to save itself. The special report, ‘The Cost of Green Terror’ is on the controversy surrounding the Environment Ministry and how undoing his predecessor Jayanthi Natarajan’s damage will be a tough ask for Veerappa Moily. The issue also has a story on India’s new window to the world, Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2.
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February 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 26th, 2014. The issue looks at the campaign strategies followed by BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi. This cover story discusses about the campaign team behind Modi. The special story discusses about AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal resignation and his future plans for the party. The issue features about DMDK leader Vijayakant’s Delhi visit and his alliance strategies with Tamil Nadu political parties. There is also a story about TN budget 2014. The story deals with TN government’s various plans. The issue also features the interview of Gandhiya Makkal party leader Tamilaruvi Manian. There is also story about the role of apps in present generation relationships.
February 19, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 19th, 2014. The issue looks at Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa’s prime ministerial dreams. The cover story discusses about Jayalalithaa’s strategy of teaming up with Left and her possible post election alliance with BJP. There is a special story about Congress’s chaos and the toughest battle of the party in LS polls. The issue also features about Prashant Bhushan’s audiotape release in 2G scam and MP Kanimozhi, DMK top family’s alleged role in it. There is also a special story about the murder of Arunachal Pradesh college student Nida Tania.
February 12, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 12th, 2014. The issue looks at increasing pattern of cancer cases in India. This cover story highlights the recent trend of cancer cases because of newly developing lifestyle among the Indians and the need to create awareness among the people. The special story deals with the secret operation before Bluestar. The story talks about the secret strategies carried out by RAW before the Bluestar operation. The issue also features about DMK’s top family rift between Karunanidhi and Alagiri. The story deals with how this rift will create an impact in the LS polls. The issue also features about Kiran Kumar Reddy’s strategy to stop the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
February 5, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated February 5th, 2014. The issue looks at the suspension of Alagiri, Karunanidhi’s son from DMK party. The cover story analyses what lead to suspension of Alagiri and will it be the end of Alagiri’s political career. The special story deals with the interview of Nalini’s (Rajiv case convict) father Sankara Narayanan. The story explains the long wait of a father for his daughter’s release. There is also an exclusive story about the mood of the nation in Lok Sabha elections. The story also discusses the Nation Poll results. There is also a story about the recent reservation trend in Tamil Nadu. The story analyses TN CM’s decision of not implementing the reservation in Multi-specialty hospital.
January 29, 2014: Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated January 29th, 2014. In this issue, The cover story is about the emergence of the brand new Raghul Gandhi and how he is the last bet for the Congress Party at the 2014 general elections.
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February 25, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 25th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story “The Modi Machine" as cover. The story looks inside the Narandra Modi's Prime Ministerial campaign, which is most audacious in India so far. Big story is on the Aam Admi Party's chief Aravind Kejriwal discusses about his strategies and the reasons behind his resignation to the Delhi Chief Minister post. Special report is about UPA-2 Government’s impact on Indian economy, whose term of power is nearing its end. Main Story from Andhra Pradesh "Congress in Dire Straits" discuss that how the party faces a bleak future in the 13 districts of the region. For the Congress it is unmitigated disaster.
February 18, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 18th, 2014. The issue carried "Fault Lines- Chaos reigns in Congress party" -the IT English Cover Story, written by Jatin Gandhi- as the cover story for Telugu also. It discussed the state of affairs in Congress, the oldest party of the country. A Special Report from Andhra Pradesh, 'A step ahead' by Amarnath K Menon, discussed the present stage of initial tremors of the Union Cabinet's approval of Telangana Bill. Another political story from Andhra Pradesh 'Can jagan retain his sway over Seemandhra?' written by A. Rammohan Rao discussed about the political prospects of YSJaganmohan Reddy, the president of YSRCP in the post bifurcation scenario.
February 11, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 11th, 2014. The issue carried “Kiran's last gambit” as the cover story written by Amarnath K Menon. It discussed the kind of impact Kiran Reddy has made in a unique fight back by getting passed a resolution rejecting the Telangana bill. It also discussed various options before the Congressmen in Seemandhra. With the Congress committing virtual suicide in the Seemandhra region by mishandling the issue of bifurcation, the Chief Minister like many MPs and MLAs sensed the electoral prospects were dim for someone contesting on the Party ticket.
February 4, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 4th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story 'All Pumped up' as Cover. The story based on the predictions of India Today Mood Of The Nation poll, which indicates the force Narendra Modi is ever closer to his ambition to become Prime Minister. Big Story is about Aam Admi party, which is experiencing the harsh reality of the governance with it's chief and Chief Minister Kejriwal taking his fight to the Delhi streets. Reasons behind the death of Sunanda Puskhar, wife of Central Minister Shashi Tharoor are discussed in the Special Report 'Candle in the whirlwind'. Main Story from Andhra Pradesh 'The confined Reality?', how is about the main political parties Congress, TDP and YSRCP are facing the threat of getting themselves confined to one region or the other.
January 28, 2014: Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated January 28th, 2014. The issue carried English edition's Cover Story "The Make Over Prince"- as Cover. The story discussed the the desperate effort of the Congress.
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February 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 26th, 2014. The cover story looks into the poll prospects of Congress in kerala in the wake of a change of guard in KPCC. The story is woven around the highhandedness of party High Command in picking up V M Sudheeran as president of KPCC. AICC had rejected state leadership's proposal in selecting new chief of KPCC.The cover story is accompanied with a revealing interview of VM Sudheeran with Associate Editor Radhakrishnan MG and one page write up on newly appointed KPCC vice president V D Satheeshan MLA.
February 19, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 19th, 2014. The issue had the cover story on the fast by K. K. Rema, wife of slain RMP leader T P Chandrasekharan. The fast, held in Thiruvananthapuram in front of the secretariat from February 3 to 7, was in demand of a CBI probe into the case. Rema and RMP allege that high-level CPI(M) leaders are involved in the case. The fast was remarkable for the support it received from intelligentia and common people alike. The story also examined the dilemma of CPI(M) as Achuthanandan wrote a letter to the Chief Minister Oommen Chandy seeking a CBI probe into the case, much to the rage of the state and central leaderships of the party.
February 12, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 12th, 2014. The issue has the cover story on the alarmingly high rate of cancer in India, as per the recent statistics by WHO. The story says the rates are high because most of the patients tend to ignore the symptoms as they first make their advent. It also quotes Manisha Koirala, Bollywood actress and Yuvraj Singh, cricketer, who were released from the grip of this disease for good. The big story on Operation Sundown revealed that even before Operation Bluestar, Indira Gandhi, the then prime minister of India, had given nod to a secret plan by the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) to hijack Bindranwale in 1984.
February 5, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 5th, 2014. The issue brings out the exclusive opinion poll depicting the mood of the nation which predicts BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is nearer to power. He is close to the last mile and could emerge the leader of the single largest party .The poll predicts 212 seats for NDA and it is crossing the 200 mark for the first time UPA s tally would come down to 103 from 259 a loss of 13 % vote share Congress may not cross the 100 mark which is bad new for the party. The greatest gainers would be the other parties and Prakash Karat of CPM and Jayalalitha of AIADMK would have greater say in the next government The issue is also looking at the fairy tale like life of the Sunanda Pushkar, who was found dead in a hotel room.
January 29, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated January 29th, 2014. The issue looks at the congress parties desperate attempt to repackage its enigmatic vice president Rahul Gandhi which will be a last straw for grand old party of Indian democracy. The cover story describes how congress is reloading Rahul to compete with BJP’s much ahead campaign with NaMo as its spearhead.
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