India Today Malayalam - December 10, 2014
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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated November 26th, 2014. India Today Malayalam dated December 10, 2014 has the cover story about the growing importance of RSS pracharaks in Modi sarkar. The story says that though once nothing were known of RSS pracharaks now they are becoming the faces of power.OP Mathur, Darmendra Pradhan, Ram Madav, JP Nadda, Sunil Bansal, Manohar Lal Khattar are among them. New defense minister Manohar Parrikar has to balance between the need for modernis ationand indigani sation of Indian defense sector, says a special report on defense. Center for land warfare studies former director Gurmeet Kanwal writes a column about ministers priority list. On the wake of Chattisgarh sterilization tragedy a big story examines the scenario of female sterilization in general. The outcome of the recently concluded SAARC summit is the signs of emerging new group in this block says an analytical story about the summit. The outgoing CBI director Renjith Sinha's ca reer graph is filled with controversies. A two page story about his ca reer as an IPS officer looks back to controversies made by him and has excerpts from an interview with him. The bird fever is now the fear of the town in kerala. Kerala government has failed to identify the threat and has not done anything to bring down theworries of duck farmers in the affected Kuttnad region. KPCC president V M Sudheeran's Janapaksha yatra is interpreted as thejourney to fulfill his dream to be the chief minister and it has Another big story examines the nexus between politicians and bureaucrats and explores the murky world of dubious relations in which both vie each other for illegal benefits. Tamilnadu government's decision to implement the Supreme Court verdict on Mullaperiyar Dam has seen a rise in the water level of the dam and it threatensthe rare wild life in the Thekkady reservoir.
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