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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated October 15th, 2014. India Today Malayalam dated October 15, 2014, carries the cover story on Tamilnadu former chief minister Jayalalithaa's conviction. Jayalalitha's conviction is putting state of Tamilnadu in a thrisanku heaven. Her political party AIADMK is thrown into despair as there is lack of leadership but the opposition party DMK can't capitalise on it due its own faults. The cover story contains excerpts ofthe verdict and column by Tamil writer and historian AR Venkidachalapathy. In the column the loneliness of the marathon woman her personality is analyzed. A big story in this issue about the clean India program which is looking at the ground realities of cleanliness in Indian villages and cities. Can Modi deliver a clean India? . Prime minister Narendra Modi's American visit was a big break through in Indo-US relations, says an article about the visit. The efforts to break the red iron walls of CPIM party villages in Kannur by BJP is taking place after Modi came to power in Center.In the formation of tenth year of CPI (maoist), they released an official document says that they are setting up a new war zone in sahyadri which includes Kerala, Karnataka and Tamilnadu. The Maoists are arguing that they are having presence in kerala when the union home ministry in its report was silent on the operation of Maoists in kerala. An article about the presence of maoist in kerala looking these factors. After Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, is it the turn of Shimla? The cloud burst is hanging like democlis sword above the Shimla, says a new story predicting the threat perception in Shimla. Indian super league is on the corner and ISL team kerala blasters matches will be starting from October 13. An article about kerala blasters analysing its team structure is another highlight this issue .

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