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Highlights of India Today issue dated February 10, 2014 The Cover Story this issue is on cancer, which says that Indians are ignoring warning signs of the disease that has become a top killer. The Special Report is on the ongoing family feud in DMK chief M. Karunanidhi’s family. The story ‘There will be bad blood’ says that the succession war between Alagiri and Stalin can jeopardise the DMK’s election chances. The issue also has a story on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, whose first attempt at accessibility fails but there’s no turning back for him now. The Big Story is on Operation Bluestar and is about how Indira Gandhi almost cleared a RAW mission to kidnap Bhindranwale before she sent in the Army. The Art section has a story on the 6th India Art Fair. The fair revisits the idea of dissent, reflects on the barrenness of war and celebrates the dignity of ordinariness. The issue also has a story on Marathi cinema which has become the newest playground for big-ticket Bollywood players. The issue has three free magazines – Aspire, Simply Kolkata and Simply Bangalore – with it.

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