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Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated September 10th, 2013. India Today Telugu issue dated 10th September 2013 carried the English Edition\'s Cover story on Job crisis in India \"Will You Be Fired Next?\" as cover. This story says that as India\'s economy stares at a downturn of the Government\'s own making, the workforce bears the brunt of it. Job losses across the country could touch 500,000 this year. What\'s more, the worst is yet to come. some tips to beat the downturn also explained in a Guest Column.   The real estate story \"The Comfort of Home\" says that the total value of luxury homes in key Indian cities touched $30 billion between 2008 and 2012. The story focused on the new destinations to the people, who wants a luxury living. A story on Auto special \"Put Your Seat Belts on\" says that the launch of new cars, revamp of older models and a flood of discounts this festive season are luring buyers and perking up flagging car sales. The story also contains a listing of the most fuel-efficient cars as tested by Auto Bild India, an India Today Group publication The main story on Andhra Pradesh\'s latest political developments \"TDP\'s effort for grip on Seemandra \" discussed about the TDP chief\'s Aatmagourava Yatra to grip on Seemandra at the time of Seemandra agitation after the Congress decision on AP\'s bifurcation. With Jaganmohan Reddy beginning an indefinite fast in jail for Samaikyandhra, the Telugu Desam Party is going all out to increase its grassroots support and strengthen its base across Seemandhra. Its leader is readying for an all out offensive. These aspects are discussed in the story.   Another political story from Andhrapradesh \"Aggressive Ploys\" discussed the YSRC party\'s strategy to gain in Seemandhra region. The party chief Jaganmohan Reddy is shifting gear to rally greater support for his party. He is banking on winning most of the 25 Lok Sabha and 175 assembly seats, outside Telangana, whether the polls are held before or after dividing Andhra Pradesh. Pros and cons of his strategy are projected in the story. In Telugu Nadi (Radar) section - the stories like Abdul Kalam\'s massage to students; Professor Dwana Sastry\'s effort for regain the glory to the Telugu language; Clueless murder of a street vendor in Hyderabad and other stories are carried.   Regulars like Snippets on Telugu film industry and Eye catchers have been carried.

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