Stalin Srinivasan

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K. Srinivasan (1899–1975), also known as Stalin Srinivasan, was an Indian journalist and Indian independence activist who founded the journal Manikodi in 1932.[1] He was also one of the founders of the Free Press Journal. Upon India's independence, he served as the first chief film censor of Madras state. Acclaimed civil lawyer Radha Srinivasan is Stalin Srinivasan's daughter.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Ramakrishnan, T. (25 September 2001). "Memories of 'Manikodi'". The Hindu. 

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