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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated September 3rd, 2014. India Today Malayalam dated September 09, 2014 carries the mood of the nation survey conducted by India Today group and Hansa research group. It says that Prime Minister Narendra Modi keeps his word that was given to the nation. The survey has also found that 57 percent of the people think that he is best to be on the top portfolio. Another big story critically evaluates the 16 years tenure of CPI (M) state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan as he is set to step down soon. The story contains an exclusive interview of Vijayan and columns by political analysts M G Radakrishnan, K Venu and N M Pearson. Now, the Kerala politics is moving around liquor bars as the government has set to go for a total liquor ban in 10 years and as the primary step, has decided to shut down the bars in the state. In an interview with CPI Panniyan Raveendran, he reveals that CPI is ready for a wide left platform as it is high time since the left parties forego its restraints and unite against the rule. The back channel discussions between India and Pakistan is vividly discussed in another special report.The withdrawal of talks in the foreign secretary level is a wrong starting by the Modi government says the writer. The recent judicial commission bill passed by the NDA government is all set to be in the eye of a storm as the revolting Supreme Court judges may raise a hand in disagreement, another special report examines. The issue also featured faces like Dileep, Rani Mukherjee, Charmie Kaur, Mumaid Khan, Tapsee Pannu, Padma Lekshmi, Richard Gere, Kavya Madhavan and Samantha.

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