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India Today Malayalam dated January 28, 2015 has the cover story on the freelance terrorists attracted to the terrorism by ISIS and Al Qaeda, using the cyber space to study and getting linked with the terror organizations having a structured platform. These cyber terrorists would be a new threat to India, says the cover story. Indian National Congress's vice president Rahul Gandhi's plan to rejuvenate the party is welcomed by the young leaders of party but the old brigade is opposing the plan. Delhi assembly election is becoming a battle between Aam Admi Party(AAP) and BJP. After the loksabha election defeat AAP leader Aravind Kejriwal and his team have built a structure to the party, what they lacked after its transformation from NGO to a political party. Is it enough to block the BJP from gaining power in Delhi. A three page story about BJP's plan to saffronise the national icons reveals details and names of the plan. The 72-member list include Bhagat Singh, BR Ambedker, Jamshedy Tata, RajaRam Mohan Roy, Rabeendranath Tagore and Mother Theresa. BJP's plan to give importance to these leaders aims to dim congress leaders' fame and importance. The change in power guard in Sri Lanka is very important in India's foreign policy. A special report examines the wrong-doings of former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajpakse and what future holds for the new president Maitripala Sirisena. An investigation on the life of elephants in Punnathoor Kotta run by Guruvayoor Devasom Board reveals that the pachyderms lead a life of misery in this "concentration camps" and carry pictures that speak volumes. Perumal Murugan and his literatary harakiri will be a turning point in the cultural fasicm that gains momentum in India. He was ending his literary career after the threat from Hindutva groups and caste groups.

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