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Deshabhimani

Deshabimani
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kerala State Committee
Editor-in-chief V. V. Dakshinamoorthi
Founded 1942
Political alignment Left-wing, Marxist
Language Malayalam
Headquarters Kochi, Kerala
Circulation 312,752 (as of June 2014)[1]
Website desabhimani.com

Desabhimani is a Kerala State Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Started as a weekly in Kozhikode on September 6, 1942 and converted to a daily in 1946.[2] The paper now has nine different printing centres: Kozhikode, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Kannur, Kottayam, Trichur, Malappuram, Banglore and Bahrin. According to the National Readership Survey of 1995, Desabhimani was the third largest newspaper in Kerala.[3] At present, V. V. Dakshinamoorthi, secretariat member of the CPI(M) is the Chief Editor of the paper and E.P. Jayarajan, CPI(M) central committee member, the General Manager.

It is the third most widely read newspaper daily in Kerala, after Malayala Manorama and Mathrubhumi.[4]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Supplements 2
  • Publications 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Deshabhimani has a predecessor, Prabhatham (which means 'Dawn'). It was started in 1935 and was the manifesto of the socialist group in the Indian National Congress. It was in 1942, through the efforts of eminent leaders like A K Gopalan and E M S Namboodiripad (who in fact donated all of his ancestral property for raising funds for the paper) Deshabhimani started and became the voice of the Communist Party of India (later became Communist Party of India (Marxist)). Various personalities like E.M.S. Namboodiripad, V. T. Induchoodan, K P R Gopalan E. K. Nayanar and V. S. Achuthanandan, have served as the chief editors of Deshabhimani. So many notable journalists of South India work with Deshabhimani. Journalists who have worked with Deshabhimani include P Govindapillai, Ezhacherry Ramachandran and Prabha Varma.

Supplements

  • Deshabhimani Varanthappathippu
  • Aksharamuttam
  • Sthree
  • Kilivaathil

Publications

  • Deshabhimani Varika (Weekly)
  • Thathamma (Children's Publication)

References

  1. ^ "Details of language wise most circulated dailies for the audit period January-June 2014" (PDF). Audit Bureau of Circulations. Retrieved December 28, 2014. 
  2. ^ P. Karunakaran (8 September 2002). "Struggle, Survival And Surging Ahead". People's Democracy (35). Retrieved 30 July 2015. 
  3. ^ "Corporate Profile". Retrieved 2008-04-15. 
  4. ^ Sangeeta Tanwar (May 10, 2010). "IRS 2010 Q1: Dailies in Kerala lose readers after gaining in the last round". Indian Readership Survey.  

External links

  • online editionDesabhimani
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