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India Today Telugu issue dated 14th October 2014 carried the English issue's big story " Mourning after" as cover. It discussed about the Tamil Nadu's political situation. The AIADMK is gawk at a power hoover and how its political rival DMK, unable to take the chance to gain advantage from the situation. It also focused on the BJP's first real opportunity in Tamil Nadu. The Story projects the Jayalalithaa's shameful cash course. Also, the story brings out the deep fault lines of Jayalalithaa Another story on Dirty Nation (English issue's cover story) " Why we are so filthy" discussed about the rural sanitation in India and the importance of building toilets for all rural house holds . It also discussed about swachh Bharat mission. Another Story on Simla 'The lost resort' from Nation Section also carried. The story discussed latest developments in Andhra Pradesh is "Silicon dreams" was analyzed the Information Technology situation at Visakhapatnam. The story focused on the A.P.Chief minister Mr. Naidu's penchant for internet literacy and digital future. Another story from Telangana state, which discussed about the floral festival 'Bathukamma'. This festival represents the cultural sprit of Telangana. Bathukamma is celebrated for nine days during Durga Navaratri. In Telugu Nadi (Radar) section - the stories like 'Women to fight for rights', 'necessity of Digital libraries ' and others carried. Regular pages like snippets on Telugu films had carried.

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