India Today Malayalam - October 1, 2014
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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated October 1st, 2014. The issue carries the cover story about BJP's agenda to saffronize Kerala through canvassing the Dalits and the OBC people; traditionally the vote bank of left parties in Kerala and this agenda raises the question on how it would affect the left parties in the state. Interviews with BJP state president V Muraleedharan and Kerala Pulaya Maha Sabha (KPMS) general secretary T V Babu are carried with the cover story. CPI (M) is now conducting a survey in all the houses in Kerala to collect data of members of the family. This survey is raising several questions about the intention of party that had once opposed ADHAR. One of the big stories carried in this issue covers the deluge in Jammu Kashmir. The story vividly describes the life in J&K during and after the floods. It will take several years to rebuild J&K and needs huge manpower and money, says the article. The disaster management system in the state was utter failure. Does the state have the capability to rebuild the state, doubts the writer. Another big story about Assam is discussing the illegal migration from the Bangladesh and its effect on the state. The story also points out the strategies of BJP and AIUDF to oust the Congress government in the state through instigating communal hatred. The depreciation of "Modi wave" happened in the by-elections has caused confusion in BJP, says the by-election result analysis story. When the RSS raises voice against the so called love jihad, Catholic Church in Kerala is taking precautionary measures prevent interreligious marriages. The package Best of India carries some of India's finest citizens' experiences and their passion for the best that the country has to offer. The cyber behavior of Malayali netizens is captured in another story that examines the irresponsible ways of highly literate Malayalis when it comes to behaving online.
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