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India Today - Telugu

Issue : India Today Telugu-3rd February 2015

By Living Media India Limited

Early Edition

Published Weekly | 129 issues

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Highlights of India Today Telugu issue dated February 3rd, 2015: This edition carried Cover Story "The Killer Fever" described that how Swine flu in Hyderabad became an increasing threat to Telugu states. As ten people dead with H1N1 virus (Swine flu) infection and hundreds of people joined in various hospitals, many including some doctors see a potential threat to both states. In coming weeks the number may increase faster as roughly 20 lakh people visited are coming back from their native places during this festival season. The Story includes columns from Doctors about what is swine flu and how to combat. English Cover Story "Betting on America" is about American President Obama's India Visit. The Story deeply discusses the impact of his visit on key sectors Defense. Obama's exclusive interview also includes. Another story from Andhra Pradesh is "Unstoppable Animal sports" In spite of Supreme Court imposed ban on Cockfights and Jallikattu, traditional animal sports continued this year also. These sports are part of Sankranti/Pongal festival were organized as usual. Around Rs.150 crores changed the hands in Cock fights. Regulars like Snippets on Telugu film industry have also been carried.

India Today Telugu is the leading national news magazine for Andhra Pradesh. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group. India Today publishes its Telugu edition, keeping in mind the local flavour and content instead of bringing out satellite editions. The Telugu edition delivers the same credibility, incisiveness and authority to our readers, that has become the hallmark of India Today. Through these editions, we bring the magazine closer to the readers of Andhra Pradesh and elsewhere.

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