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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated June 25th, 2014. The issue has cover story the tragic flaw of Aravind Kejriwal and Aam Admi Party (AAP). The story analyzes what went wrong with this dream seller and why people started to alienate themselves from the much-glorified party. Internal problems have started to dog AAP and his decisions to leave power in Delhi and to compete from 434 seats in the Loksabha elections have gone wrong. Anna Hasare, the man behind the primitive idea of AAP, evaluates that things started to fall apart when Aravind Kejriwal dreamt of being the prime minister of India. The Big Story from Uttar Pradesh analyzes how the ineffective chief minister called Akhilesh Yadav has failed to tackle law and order issues in the state. The gruesome incident of Badaun had drawn the country\'s eyes to Uttar Pradesh and anarchy reigns under Akhilesh\'s nose as he is unable to rule his state strongly, partly due to his own carelessness and partly because of the intervention of his party\'s and family\'s seniors. A report on General V K Singh\'s attacks on Lt. General Dalbir Singh, the designated chief of the Army, has also been featured. The issue featured a real estate special story which examines how the ream estate boom is transforming small cities in India and a Kerala-specific report concentrating Kochi is part of the package. An interview with KPCC vice president V D Satheesan, the effects of home minister Ramesh Chennithala\'s operation Kubera and an analysis of Oommen Chandy\'s political fortunes are covered in Kerala politics. Malabar\'s football frenzy is well captured in a live report from Malappuram. The issue also featured faces like Sruthi Hasan, Rai Lakshmi, Roopa Manjari, Anil Panachooran, Bharath, Smriti Irani, Amala Paul, Ajith and Vijay.

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