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Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated November 11th, 2014. India Today Telugu issue dated 14th October 2014' carried English Cover story 'The Indispensable Mr. Jaitley' as cover. The story explains that what makes the BJP's back room strategist as a key leader in the Modi government Special report 'India's Best States' based on India Today Group State of the States study. Tamilnadu and Goa emerges as the top states with impressive achievements across the categories. Main Story from Telangana region 'Cracking the Whip' is about Junior Doctor's strike. The Telangana state government is firm on implementing compulsory rural service for those graduating from medical colleges in the state though the junior doctors, the fresh graduates, are holding out by staying away from their duties at the government hospitals. Though the High Court has also cautioned the young doctors against staying away from work they continue to do so. The strike that began on October 1 has already affected health services in the state. But the young doctors claim that the state has no right to demand their services just because they have gone for medical education to state run colleges. Now, Chief Minister K. Chandra Sekhar Rao has also warned of stern repercussions. Regulars like Snippets on Telugu film industry have also been carried.

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