Janayugom

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Janayugom
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Communist Party of India Kerala State Committee
Editor-in-chief Kanam Rajendran
Founded 1947
Political alignment Left-wing
Language Malayalam
Headquarters Thiruvananthapuram
City Quilon
Website janayugomonline.com

Janayugom is a malayalam Language daily News paper published from the State of Kerala in India . It is the official organ of the Kerala State Committee of the Communist Party of India. Originally started in 1947 as a weekly magazine from Quilon to propagate the news and views of the party was later converted as a Daily News paper. Mr. N. Gopinathan Nair (alias velya gopi) was the first Editor and R. Gopinathan Nair (alias kochu gopi) was the Manager. Com. M.N. Govindan Nair a very prominent leader of the Communist Party of India gave all support in transforming the weekly into a Daily. . By the 1950s, the Janayugom daily newspaper also was started and by the 70s the Janayugom family of publications had expanded with new members- Cinerama, a film weekly, Balayugom, a children's monthly and Janayugom Novelpathippu, a literary magazine. Later all these publications stopped one by one and only a monthly magazine from Calicut remained. In 2007 Janayugom was rejuvenated, now as a daily news paper. Marxist theoreticians like C. Unniraja have been its chief editors. Presently its chief editor is Kanam Rajendran and editor is Rajaji Mathew Thomas .

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Official website: http://janayugomonline.com