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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated October 22nd, 2014. The HC has refused bail to former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa making her dreams of re-entry almost futile. A comprehensive cover story traces back the case and the current political mechanism of the state where the newly appointed chief minister Paneer Selvam fails to deliver. The big story is an analysis of upcoming elections in Maharashtra and Haryana. In Maharashtra, BJP and Congress have ended their decades-long alliance with Shiv Sena and NCP respectively and this election would test their strength. In Haryana, BJP is trying to put an end to the decades-long family rule. The centre is determined to recover the epic river Saraswathi and the Archeological Survey of India has already started the works. A big story analyzes the plan. Kerala has been a state known for its athletic performances overseas with stalwarts like P T Usha and Anju Bobby George but the just concluded Asian Games was disappointing. A comprehensive story analyzes why the state fails to nurture new athletes and what are the lessons to be learnt. Doctors opt for defense medicine when patients and other customers bring them into legal tussles, observes a health special story. The inspiring story of Nihal Sarin, the child prodigy who has won the under 10 world chess championship is featured in a profile. After a break, CPM rebels gain strength in Koyilandi, Bedakam and Mundoor, causing headache to party's official leadership.

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