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Janmabhumi

Janmabhumi Newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Matruka Pracharanalayam Ltd.
Editor Smt. Leela Menon
Founded 1977
Political alignment Rightwing
Language Malayalam
Headquarters Cochin
Website Janmabhumi Daily

Janmabhumi Newspaper is an Indian daily newspaper founded in 1977, published in a broadsheet format and owned by Matruka Pracharanalayam Ltd.

The paper's Managing Director is M Radhakrishnan.

The paper's editor is Leela Menon.[1]

The paper's headquarters is in Cochin.

Janmabhumi publishes editions from Kochi, Kottayam, Kannur, Thrissur, Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode.Head of Corporate Edition Kochi is Ratheesh Thekkanattu

Editorial Team was extended with Shri. Hari S. Kartha, who is a senior journalist with experience in The Economic Times, The Financial Express, Star-News, etc., Smt. Leela Menon as Editor and Shri. P. Balakrishnan as Managing Editor. It contains full page issues about Samskriti (Cultural), Sports, Karshikam (Agriculture), Samakalikam (Recent Events Valuations), Garhikam (House) etc.

Samskriti

Sanskriti means the Cultural articles. It is the daily full page section of this paper and the most watched. It contains the Indian/Hindu Culture, Philosophy, Art, Ideologies, etc.

Samakalikam

It is a weekly page (Friday) to educate and explain the current striking issues like addressing subversive activities of anti-national groups, the proper scale of coercive religious conversion, psychological warfare by foreign agencies and Jihadi terrorism to the general readers.

References

  1. ^ "Do not stifle voices of dissent, VC tells scribes," The Hindu January 30, 2011 http://www.hindu.com/2011/01/30/stories/2011013059590300.htm

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