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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated September 17th, 2014. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has burnt his fingers as the Titanium case which has allegedly involved a loss of 165.89 crore rupees to the public sector refloated. The cover story examines how the scam ivolved and includes an interview by K A Rauf, the former close associate of P K Kunjalikkutti, minister for industries and he reveals that both Kunjalikkutti and Ibrahim Kunju where bribed to push the project. The big story is on the much-discussed about Munnar pattas issued by Raveendran aka Pattayam Raveendran, which were found invalid by the court and various government enquiry commissions. In an exclusive interview, Raveendran alleges that most of the encroachments were done by CPM and CPI and the pattas were distributed as directed by former minister for revenues K E Ismail. The 100 days of Modi saw some flaws and some more successes, observes another big story. When there is an urge for good rule, nothing much is put in practice. As rumours surround the ministers of the Modi government, what goes wrong, examines another story. Does the planning commission need a mercy killing or the country needs a renewed commission with a fresh outlook, discusses another important story. It is the army that tries to destablize Navas Sharif rule of Pakistan, observes Sajjad Khan on his story on Pakistan's present plight as Imran Khan and Tahir Al Khadri need the Sharif government down. The performance of the monsoon all over in India was discussed in a special report. An obituary of Bipin Chandra, well-known historian, was also featured. Is Thalassery plunging again to a season of political violence, enquires a special report on the murder of an RSS worker in Kathiroor.

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