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The Malayalam edition delivers 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 Kerala and elsewhere.
April 16, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated April 16th, 2014. The issue gives the first exclusive interview of the central person in solar controversy Saritha Nair after she got bail on Feb 21, 2014. In the interview, she admitted for the first time that she had good rapport with union minister of state for civil aviation K C Venugopal, former minister of Kerala for forest KB Ganesh Kumar and many other leaders. She sticks to her earlier allegation that Congress MP, A P AbdullaKutty invited her to a hotel room in Thiruvanthapuram to discuss about a project and raped her
April 2, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated April 2nd, 2014. As election heat raises across India India Toaday Malayalam Issue dated April, 2nd, 2014 has caught the election fever from various states. The cover story talks about strategies and chances of BJP in the star state of Uttarapradesh,which has 80 seats . T
March 26, 2014: Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated March 26th, 2014. As Loksabha elections come closer, the political scenario of Kerala is changing fast, new equations are being formed and even small parties are claiming big in the game. Parties like Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP) have even changed sides to get a seat.
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.