India Today Telugu - October 1, 2013
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Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated October 1st, 2013. The issue carried English Edition\'s Cover Story ‘What the First time voter wants?\' as Cover Story. The story contains a nationwide Opinion Poll about what young voters thinks about various public issues. Big story on Narendra Modi \'Candidate Modi\' discuss that he already winning the party but can he win the India?. It projects the Modi\'s poll strategy. A special report on Maoists \'Maoists at city gates\' focus on the new strategy of Maoists to acquiring fresh converts in urban India and why the top colleges on the Maharastra anti terrorism squad\'s watch list. A story on new land bill \'Landing India in trouble\' discuss the provisions in the bill and it\'s impact on land acquisition. The main story on Andhra Pradesh\'s latest developments \'Can politicians win back confidence?\' discuss that Govt employees, Students and lawyers seem to be in the forefront of agitation. Political party leaders desperately trying to get into agitation but little success. President of TDP Nara Chandrababu Naidu and Shermila of YSRCP are on Yatras in Seemandhra. Both the leaders are trying to woo agitating people in those districts. But except their party cadre they seems to attract few from general agitators. Another story from Andhrapradesh about YSRCP\'s Chief Jaganmohan Reddy \"Turning Point\'. It reveals that YSR Congress is to step up its Samaikyandhra campaign whether or not Jagan gets bail. One more story from Andhra Pradesh about Neena Davuluri, the Indian-origin girl crowned Miss America. In Telugu Nadi (Radar) section - What non party BC declaration passed at ‘BCs self respect Convention’ demands political parties to get their support? - and other stories are carried. Regulars like Snippets on Telugu film industry and Eye catchers have been carried.
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