India Today Malayalam - July 23, 2014Add to Favorites

Get India Today Malayalam along with 5,000+ other magazines & newspapers

Try FREE for 7 days

bookLatest and past issues of 5,000+ magazines & newspapersphoneDigital Access. Cancel Anytime.familyShare with 4 family members.

1 Year$99.99

bookLatest and past issues of 5,000+ magazines & newspapersphoneDigital Access. Cancel Anytime.familyShare with 4 family members.

Get India Today Malayalam

Buy this issue $0.99

bookJuly 23, 2014 issue phoneDigital Access.

Subscription plans are currently unavailable for this magazine. If you are a Magzter GOLD user, you can read all the back issues with your subscription. If you are not a Magzter GOLD user, you can purchase the back issues and read them.

Gift India Today Malayalam

  • Magazine Details
  • In this issue

Magazine Description

In this issue

Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated July 22nd, 2014. India Today Malayalam Issue dated July 23, 2014, in its cover story talks about the NDA government\'s first budget presented by finance minister Arun Jaitely .It is a staid and sturdy budget. Jaitely\'s budget reminds us that the governments are the continuation of a system but it is with a Narendra Modi touch i.e. modinomics. Shekhar Gupta\'s column National Interest talks about the need of review the poverty definition. The issue also has a story on BJP’s new president Amith Sha who is PM\'s own man who can do things according to his Boss Modi.There is also a curious piece on Andhra Pradesh and Telangana governments who have decided to write off the agricultural loans about 99,000 crore rupees .Our investigation on Ganga continues this week to the mystic river Ganga is in ICU in the states like West Bengal and Bihar. Iraq saga is over for the Malayali nurses worked there. The story looks at the bleak future before them. The development dreams of the Karipur airport is stalled due to the land issues, says a story about the airport. What is the agenda of BJP government in the appointment of a non-historical scholar as chairman Indian council for historical research, mulls eminent historian Romila Thapar. Therattammal, a small hamlet in malappuram district of Kerala, produced several International, national, club football players in the past. A story of the village is another important piece this week. 27 percent of the hospitals in India are located in Kerala. But Kerala government have no bio medical waste plant, reveals a shocking story about the biomedical waste management. A review of Rafeeque Ahammedintae kavithakal (poems of Rafeeque Ahammed) is also found place in this issue. Eyecatcher page contains snippets about Priti Sinta, Kajal Agarwal, Aham Kumra, Neymar, Aleesha Abdulla.

  • cancel anytimeCancel Anytime [ No Commitments ]
  • digital onlyDigital Only