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Organisation Study Essay

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A Legacy Unfolded...The dawn of April 15, 1887 witnessed a rare moment in the history of publishing in Kerela when Deepika, (Nazrani Deepika- as it was initially named) India's first Malayalam Newspaper was first published. A marvel at that time, it was the realization and fulfillment of a long-cherished dream of many, which its Founder Editor Fr. Emmanuel Nidhiry (Nidhirikal Mani Kathanar), a renowned priest and perceptive, creative thinker of those times, initiated and shaped.The newspaper was initially printed on a crude, hand-made wooden press built by the legendary and far-sighted visionary Carmelite Monk, Fr. Kuriakose Elias Chavara (now Blessed Chavara) at Mannanam; a remote ...view middle of the document...

* To protect and safeguard the inalienable rights of the people. * To fight for Truth, Justice and Freedom and to unite the separated brethren of Kerela.On August 1, 1939, the newspaper shifted to Kottayam, which has since become a nerve center for printing and publishing in the state. To give it a more secular outlook, its name was also then changed to Deepika.  Over the years, Deepika has continued to make a strong impact on the masses, becoming the voice of the voiceless, staunchly standing out for truth, justice, freedom and equality for all. It is today a credible, authentic, secular and dignified newspaper committed to genuine social, cultural and ethical values. It is a mouthpiece of the oppressed, a source of inspiration for many and has carved out a distinctive personality for itself in the world of newspapers in Kerala; bravely and boldly leading by example from the front.In 1986, Deepika's year-long centenary celebrations were inaugurated by Pope John Paul II and the newspaper commemorated its 100th year of publication in April 1987. Well over the past 120 years, Deepika has grown in strength and stature, standing out boldly for the people, fearing and favoring none. It has relentlessly fought for the well being of farmers, the weaker sections and the rights of the minorities, irrespective of caste or creed. It has also maintained a neutral political stand, earning the appreciation of politicians and leaders, both national and regional, which has helped it earn added credibility and respect.In August 1989, Deepika was converted into a Public Limited Company, Rashtra Deepika Ltd.
This was to facilitate the organization to gain corporate dimensions, stimulation and new ethos so as to enable it to meet the myriad challenges of the ever growing and highly competitive world.
The event has been the turning point in the history of the organization, which has grown leaps and bounds,ever since.Class of Readers...Rashtra Deepika publications have the distinction of being widely read by the affluent, educated and influential class of Kerela society, mostly middle and upper middle class Christian families, who form the bulk of its readership. Many of our readers have distinguished and established themselves at the summit of diverse fields of economic, political and social activities. Top Engineers, Doctors. Bankers, Jewelers, Share brokers, Industrialists, Businessmen, Agriculturists etc. are regular readers.  Our readers are also receptive as well as widely considered market creators and market movers. |
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Kottayam |   | Thrissur |   | Kannur |
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Rashtra Deepika Ltd.
P.B. No.7
Kottayam-686 001
Phone: 0481 2566706
(4 lines), 0481 3012001
Fax: 3012222 |   | Rashtra Deepika Ltd.
P.B. No.32
Veliyannoor Road
Thrissur-680 001
Phone: 0487 3012222
Fax: 301222 |   | Rashtra Deepika Ltd.
P.B. No.1407
Pallikunnu
Kannur-670 004
Phone: 0497 3052222
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