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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated December 24th, 2014 has the cover story about increasing amount of shocking incidents of child abuse across the India. The story is carrying the legal aspects of child abuse cases and how parents can identify child abuse through observing the kid. Another story carrying in this issue is about Yadav Singh, engineer in chief of Noida authority, who was arrested for disproportionate asset case owns 1000 crore rupees empire. The writer goes through Yadav's disproportionate world of assets. The issues also have special feature section in which experts of various disciplines like Shekar Gupta, Bibek Debroy, Rohit Saran, Rajdeep Sardesai, Subrato Bagchi and David Davidar recollects the changing face of India in the past few decades. In Kerala, the ruling front UDF is a ship traveling with distrusting allies and leaders. A story about this situation is carried in this issue and an exclusive interview with KPCC president V M Sudheeran. Is Maoists in Kerala a reality or myth? This question is getting more attention in Kerala and India Today Malayalam trying to solve the question. The new debate among Muslims in kerala is about the dress code of women in the religion. Muslim Education Society (MES), a prominent group, president Doctor P A Fassal Gafoor's statement about 'parda system' kick started the row and minority commission chairman M VeeranKutty send a show cause notice to Gafoor give a threshold to controversy. A two page story talks about the controversies inside the Jacobite church following the uncertainty regarding the visit of Patriarchies Bava to kerala.

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