Highlights of India Today Tamil issue dated October 15th, 2014. The cover story [rovides an depth analysis on the politial and administrative vacuum that has occuered in Tamilnadu in the aftermath of teh arrest of its former Chief Minister and the Supremo of AIADMK party J.Jayalalitha, on 27th September 2014. ADMK's arch rival DMK get an upperhand in this situation thanks to its own corrupt image and the pary's internal differences. National party BJP may try to get a strong hold in the state using this situation in which the two strong Dravidian parties are facing a rough patch. The story also throws light on various forms protests and struggles in Tamilnadu by AIADMK party cadre, the party's supporters and also some public and private associations against the verdict sentencing Jaya for four years imprisonment Another big story is about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Clean India Campaign'. The PM has appealed to the people of India to allocate 100 hours per year to clean public places. He has also called celebrities like Sachin Tendulkar, Kamal Haasan, Priyanka Chopra and a few others to lead the campaign and most of them have replied positively. Will the powerful PM succeed in his mission to creata a 'Clean India' within the time frame he has fixed for it?The Indian Prime Minister Modi's maiden visit to the United States of America has been a phenomenal success. Mr.Modi has equally impressed and received a positive feedback from Amercial Corporate world as well as the politcal set up. Though a host of investments can be expected in the near future its sucessful implementation depends on how the former Gujarat CM lives up to the big promises he has made to the American Business class in terms of creatiing a climate favourable to business class, in the country. An important story analyses the possibilites and predictable consequences of a change that is being proposed by the Union Home Ministry, in Prevention of Damage to Public Propoerty Act 1984.
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