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Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated December 17th, 2014. 1. The Cover Story of this edition is about the complete U turn of the Narendra Modi led BJP Government in the matter of bringing back the money of Indians stashed away illegallyin Switzerland Bank accounts. While the BJP which gave huge promises during the run up to the General elections las summer.has now become as defensive as the UPA in dealing with black money. 2. Another important story is about the new Tamilnadu Legislative Assembly session that has gathered on December 4 after pressing demands from the oppostition parties. This session gains importance since it will be the first one in the absense of former CM J.Jayalalitha who lost her MLA candidature after being convicted in the disproporitionate assets case, last September and O.Pannersevam faces Assembly for the first time as the Chief Minister. 3. The profile write up about Adhav Trust run by sisters Iyal Isai Vallabhi and Vanavan Madhavi is another special feature of this edition.The sister who are affected by a rare disease called Muscular Dystrophy set an example to the society by helping others affected by the same disease through there trust. The sisters also have a major craving for modern Tamil literature and reading with prominent writers Jeyamohan and S.Ramakrishnan appreciating their literary acumen. 4. The extracts of a new novel 'Aalavayan' written by Tamil writer Perumal Murugan as a sequel to his hit novel 'Madhorubagan' is another attraction of this edition. The book is going to be released in the Chennai Book fair that will be held in January 2015..

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