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Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated March 4th, 2014. The issue carried \'Congress in a Bind\' as Cover Story, which says that how the party\'s bastion of the South is crumbling with the division of Andhra Pradesh. Bifurcation is a face saving measure for the ruling Congress which is poised to face its worst ever debacle in an undivided Andhra Pradesh. The story is followed by two columns from prominent leaders from Seemandhra and Telangana, and a profile of TRS Chief K. Chandra Sekhara Rao\'s journey \'From Rebel to Founding Father\'. Results of India Today- Cvoter group- about the impact of division is also carried with graphics. Big Story \"Nightmare on Parliament Street\" is about 15th Lok Sabha\'s performance. It describes how it was turning pulpit of legislation in to the theatre of absurd. Another Story is on the 49-day rule of the Aam Aadmi Party and its hopes to return to office in Delhi, to became a pan-India party. A Story from Andhra Pradesh is \'Service as Sentence\'. To make this novel approach possible, police stations in the Rangareddy district have set up juvenile reception desks and it has brought about a change in the pattern of juvenile crime in the past six months. More as a norm than an exception. Juvenile offenders are made to do odd jobs like helping traffic police in regulation of traffic and working in social forestry projects. Regulars like Snippets on Telugu film industry have been carried.

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