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Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated November 12th, 2014. 1. The cover story is about the 'State of States' an extensive study of India Today group about teh improvement in performance of Indian states in eight distinct categories, such as Macro Economy, Governance, Education, Agriculture, Health, Consumer Market, Investment and Infrastructure, Among the big states Tamilnadu has won the first place in the rank table based on overall performance in these key areas. Among the small states/union territories, Goa has won the first rank. A detailed write up on how Tamlinadu has managed to retain the first place is included in the story. 2. The big story of this issue is a detailed write up on what makes BJP's backroom strategist, Finance and Defnce Minister Arun Jaitley, the indisepnsable man of the Indian Government, The national leader with his political acumen and an attitude that has fetched him friendhips cutting across parties proves to be a powerful man in the cabinet despite the Modi-Amit Shah wave. 3. Another important story is about the sudden resgination of B.S.Gnanedesikan from the Presidentship of Tamilnadu Congress Committee. The regination of and the reasons suggested for the same by Mr.Gnanadesikan considered as a loyalist of G.K.Vasan have sparked speculations about the revival Tamil Manila Congress (TMC) formed by Mr.Vasan's father and late Congress veteran G.K.Moopanar, which was merged again with Congress in 2002 4. A Sri Lankan Court has pronounced Death sentence for five TN fisherman accused of carrying heroin into the island nation. This has sparked widespread protest in Tamilnadu especially in fishing hamlets near Rameshwaram. Another important story deals witht he repercussions of the pronouncement.

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