India Today Malayalam - September 25, 2013
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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated September 25th, 2013: India Today Malayalam issue dated September 25 looks at the communal riots in India against the backdrop of Muzaafar Nagar communal riots and analyse how such clashes become riots for votes, As Lok sabha polls are getting nearer and a decisive victory for an alliance is limited such occurrence of communal clashes would be repeated in other parts of the country .The companion story on the riot for votes assess why Muzaffarnagar happened. Though it was small incident involving the killing of three from different communities it was flared up using fake videos and by arousing communal passions as it involved prominent communities in the area.Politicians were absent or were flaring up the communal agenda.The incisive political piece is followed by a story on Asharam Bapu who has been in the jail for sexual offences.How the swami from low back ground has earned lakhs of devotees and how he operated luring girls and confiscating property is unravelled here The Issue also has an exclusive story on a village of 5000 polluted by a public sector company in Kollam Kerala,KMML which is extracting ilmenite from the sands of Chavara kollam district has been polluting the beaches by discharging iron oxide into the fields making the land unusable and the water unusable Nobody has taken any action against the public sector giant.The issue also looks at the TP Chandrasekharan murder case and how many accused are left without any charge.It has already created schisms in UDF government The issue also celebrates the brain gain from the developed world .Many who have educated in US or UK are returning to India to give a meaningful contribution to the society The issue also have extracts from the new work of Jhumpa Lahiri whose book in on the short list for the Booker prize. Great composer Zubin Mehtha s attempt to heal the wound in Kashmir by presenting a concert in the 400 year old Shalimar garden in Kashmir is another inspirational piece in the issue.
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