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Highlights of India Today Malayalam issue dated February 4th 2015. This edition has the cover story on new revelations on bar bribery allegations against Kerala finance minister and veteran Kerala Congress(m) leader K M Mani. Mani's rivals were getting support from his ally Kerala congress (B) leader R Balakrishnapillai, which is placing the UDF government in more trouble. An exclusive interview with Balakrishnapillai is another highlight of the cover story package. The big story of this issue is US President Barak Obama's visit to India. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hopes to build a new level relation with US and he hopes that the deliverables of this visit will transform India into a economic power. An exclusive l interview with President Obama by Sekhar Gupta is an add on the big story. "We have to make sure words are matched by deeds," says Obama. Former foreign secretary Syam Saran and senior research fellow in the Asian Studies Center of Heritage Foundation Liza Curtis write on their expectations on the visit. An analysis on Delhi niyamasabha election looks at the BJP's Kiran Bedi card against Kejrival. The modernization project of Indian Army is halted by the low budget allocations. The Army is waiting for the Narendra Modi government's decision, another important write up in the issue says. The issues facing spice jet in the Indian aviation sector reiterate the problems facing the sector. Number of passengers is increasing but the aviation companies are incurring losses day by day, says the article. Is co-operative banks are becoming Kerala's own swiss bank?. This question is arising after the legal war between banks and income tax department kick start. The 35th Nation Games hosted by Kerala has made headlines because of unfinished infrastructure to conduct the games. This laziness is also shown in Kerala team selection and it would affect the dreams of Kerala in track and field.

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