Gratitude to all readers of the magazine: Sandhya Pai


Team Udayavani, Jan 12, 2020, 12:36 PM IST

Mangaluru: “The eager interest of readers in participating in competitions organised by Udayavani shows the goodwill readers have for the magazine. The company is grateful for the love bestowed on it by the readers,” said Managing Editor of Taranga weekly magazine, Sandhya S Pai.

She was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony of the ‘Udayavani – S. L. Shet Diamond House Deepavali Dhamaka 2019′ held in S. L. Shet Diamond House at Ladyhill here.

In our present fast-paced life, not many of us have the spare time and patience to read all the articles and essays published in magazines and newspapers. In such a time, if readers have read the Udayavani newspaper and its special editions fully and participated in its competitions then it can only be because of the love readers have for the newspaper, she opined.

Speaking on the occasion, Vinod Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Manipal Media Network Limited, said that competitions such as the Deepavali Dhamaka gives more opportunities to the readers and it is also able to reach more readers. He hoped that readers’ affiliation with the magazine would continue.

S.L. Shet, Managing Partner of S. L. Shet Diamond House who was also the chief guest at the event said that the relationship between our House and Udayavani is fifty years old and since the magazine’s inception the House has been mainly depending on it for advertising and news about the House.

Partners in S.L. Shet Diamond House: Sharat Shet, Prasad Shet and Deepti Sarat Shet were also present.

The event was started by Anand K, National Head of Magazine and Special Initiatives. Ramachandra Mizaru, Head of Marketing, read the list of winners. The head of the Publication department Prithviraj delivered the salutation. Manohar Prasad, Head of Mangalore News Division was the host.

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