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Highlights of India Today Telugu magazine dated January 24, 2012.COVER STORY: HATYA SHASTRA: Violence thatakes place within the four wallsof the urban homes of India is the topic of our cover story this week. Violence that features husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters. Violence that turns the bedroom into horror chamber. Crimes of passion have risen from 13 percent in 2003 to 35 percent now-according to NCRB study. If love and sex accounted for seven to 10 percent of killings five years ago, currently 18 percent muders are linked to sex. Our cover story anatomises this urban horror and brings out the motives and methods of the crimes in the family. STATES: Booster Shot: Andhra Pradesh chief minister K. Kiran Kumar Reddy is wooing investors aggressively to put their money on ventures in his state. At the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Partnership Summit, the two day flagship international business event, about 150 Memorandum Of Understanding (MOUs) were signed. As many as 233 prospective investors have put forward proposals, which if implemented fully, can bring in a staggering Rs. 5.60 lakh crore with a potential to create about 470,000 jobs. A Jaunt to Araku: The three day all party tour of MLAs and MLCs at Araku Valley to study the lifestyle of the tribals turned out to be a jamboree for dining and dancing braving the cold. The awareness mission for legislators launched at the initiative of Speaker Nadendla Manohar did less of stock taking of the conditions of the tribal communities and was more of a vacation at the expense of the state. Money Scam: Poor and middle class families fall prey to fly by nigh operators. A staggering Rs. 1,500 crore was fleeced out of them by impostors under the garb of Money Circulation scheme. About 40,000 people were affected.

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