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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated 7TH January 2015:- India Today Malayalam dated January 7, 2015 has the cover story about News maker 2014. In this year,prime minister Narendra Modi the hope of youth in the country ,has becomethe news maker. A critical analysis of Modi's rise and an article about his earlier life are carried in this issue. The other news makers include BJP president AmitSha, finance minister Arun Jaitley, West Bengal chief minister Mamta Banerjee, former CBI director Renjith Sinha, reserve bank governor Reghuram Rajan, business magnet Gautham Adani etc. Regional news makers list is also included in this issue. Kerala CM Oommen Chandy is the regional news maker. KPCC president V M Sudheeran, Finance minister K M Mani, CPI M MLA Thomas Issac, Kiss of love movement etc are included in the regional list. 2014 is marked as year of Modi but assembly elections results of jammu and kashmir and Jharkhand held at the end of the year shows the modi wave is diminishing. BJP needs to review its strategies to continue their show, says a assembly election result review package in this issue. The Bharat Ratna award for Atal Bihari Vajpayee has made BJP's first national leader a national icon,says a four page photo feature on him. Many rare pictures of Vajpayee are being carried with it. The controversial liquor policy is a turning point in the relation between the congress government and the KPCC president in Kerala. Government and party are taking different routes as factional warbetween KPCC president V M Sudheeran and CM Oommen Chandy worse day by day. The nunneries in Kerala would be shut down within 25 years, says Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CBCI) Deputy Secretary Stephen Alathara, in an interview with India Today Malayalam.

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