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Highlights of India Today issue dated September 30th, 2013 The Cover Story, \'Çhange on their mind\', is on how India\'s first-time voters mean business. They want jobs, education and a government that works. The Big Story, ‘Candidate Modi’, says Narendra Modi has won the party but can he win India? The Nation story, \'Landing India in Trouble\', throws light on how spiralling costs and approval delays under the new Land Acquisition Bill spells trouble for infrastructure and realty projects. Top colleges on the Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad watchlist. Students caught with coded messages. A new Maoist strategy is acquiring new converts in urban India, highlights \'Maoists at the City Gates\'. The story, \'Rabble-rouser from Rampur\', focuses on how Azam Khan remains defiant despite a sting operation indicating that he shielded Muslim rioters in Muzaffarnagar. The issue also has a Youth special section, which talks about how a new generation of young Indians has ditched the corporate rat race to strike out on their own. With several awards in its kitty, The Lunchbox is set to wow Indian audiences with its portrayal of love and longing even as it is being pitched as India\'s Oscar entry, says the story \'Oscar Hopes in a Tiffin Box\'.

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