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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated October 8th, 2014. The issue carries the cover story about the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to America. In his journey to America Modi aims to improve the relation between India and US and project India as an industrial friendly country. Former foreign secretary Syam Saran and Dhruva Jaisankar, fellow in German Mashal Fund, Washington also write their opinions on the visit of Modi to US. In this issue, a big story about Modi's campaign "Make in India" analyses the hopes and hurdles of this campaign. In another big story carried in this issue discusses the recovery symbols of Indian economy. It says that, economy has come out of the worst times. While some anxieties exist, the future is hopeful. Coming to Kerala, the financial crisis is affecting all the developmental activities in the state badly, says a story about financial crisis. The dream project of Mission 676 of Ommen Chandy government is set to be a flop. With legislative assembly elections are on the corner in Maharashtra and Haryana, BJP is trying hard to make a situation to get majority in these states, says a curtain raiser to the elections. In an exclusive interview with India Today former CJI R M Lodha talks about his views on judiciary. NIRDESH, National Institute for Research and Development in Defense Ship building a project inaugurated during UPA second in Chaliyam, Kozhikode district of Kerala is stalled in the knots of red tapes. The new verdict of Green Tribunal on conservation of western ghats has raised the concern of the people in this region.

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