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Highlights of India Today English issue dated October 20th, 2014The cover story in the October 20 issue is on the Maharashtra Assembly polls. These elections will test how well the BJP and the NCP perform without their erstwhile allies the Shiv Sena and the Congress, respectively. Shekhar Gupta's column National Interest talks about the critical response towards the movie Haider. The piece titled 'Haider in the time of hashtag nationalism' says the film's success shows that we are maturing as a society. The Big Story 'River of Dreams' is about ASI's renewed search operations for the mythical Saraswati river. Interestingly enough, the new government at the Centre is backing the project. 'Behind the smoking guns' is a Special Report on how the illegal firearms industry has moved from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar and has grown roots in the villages of Madhya Pradesh. The story in the Diplomacy section talks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to establish healthy diplomatic relations with the US, China and Japan despite resistance from diplomats. In the Nation section, 'The unmaking of Amma' looks at how her delaying tactics over 18 long years have ensured that there is no easy way out for her. The story, 'Doctors in the dock', in the Health section, is about the frivolous cases that are being levelled against the medical fraternity. The issue has 3 free magazines -- Woman, Simply Delhi, Simply Chennai - with it.

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