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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated August 13th, 2014. India India Today Malayalam dated 13-08-14 brings exclusive extracts from the book of Natwar Singh, former foreign minster in the first U P A government in which he analyses the character of Sonia Gandhi, the Congress president and UPA`s leader. Natwar Singh who had to forfeit his minister ship following the Volcker report which has investigated into the Iraq`s oil for food scam makes bitter tirades against Sonia Gandhi with whom he shared more than friendly bite. They have shared the same passions on literature, gossips and were privy to many of the things in Congress history. His bombshell: It was Rahul who has prevented Sonia from becoming prime minister. Files from PM also were routinely seen by Sonia. Her relationship with Rao was not good. As expected book has proved to be a bombshell and the contents where picked up by all media in a great way. The issue also looks at the black mail saga which is dogging the Kerala politicians .There is also an important investigative piece on the cherunelli estate in Nelliyampathy which is being gifted away .The issue also looks at the merits of the new UPSC examinations and closely looks at the communally engineered Shahranpur riots on UP. There is also an eye opening account of the sordid affairs in Nokia factory in Chennai which was forced to keep close. There is Aravind Panagriya advisng human resource minister Smrithi Irani in his original piece.

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