Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated September 10th, 2014 1.) The Cover Story deals with how the advent of large number of new young directors in Tamil cinema especially in the past one year has changed the trends and style of cinema. The story also analyses how the youngsters have have also started out performing the highly acclaimed senior directors with adequate quote from young directors who have lead the change and also their seniors 2.) The new book of Chetan Bhagat has seen a whopping 20 lakh advance bookings. A special story analyses how Mr.Bhagat has lead this giant change in the Indian publishing industry. 3.) The Attorney General of India has opined that the Government appealing in the High Court against he Puduchery Vedict acquitting the Sankaracharyas of Kanchi Mutt, Jeyandra Saraswathi Swamigal and Vijeyandara Saraswathi Swamigal in the mysterious Sankararaman murder case. This is seen as a soft attitude of the newly formed BJP Government towards the Shankaracharyas. The story analyses the impact of the AG's opinion in the mysterious murder case. 4.) Te Kerala Chief Minister Ooman Chandy has announced that Liquor will be completely prohibited in the state in phased manner within the next ten years. A special story analyses whether this is practically possible. A special box item included gives a brief account of the history of liquor prohibition in Tamilnadu.
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