Desabhimani is a Malayalam-language daily newspaper. This tabloid is the third-most read newspaper in Kerala, after Malayala Manorama and Mathrubhumi. It is an organ of the Kerala state committee of CPIm (Communist Party of India). The headquarters of Desabhimani is located at Kochi in Kerala.
Deshabhimani is the successor of Prabhatham. Deshbhimani was started on 6 September 1942. It was a weekly newspaper from Kozhikode, later converted to a daily in 1946. It got cracking in 1935 with a socialist menifesto of Indian National Congress. The unrequited efforts of A.K. Gopalan and E.M.S. Namboodiripad made Deshabhimani possible in 1942. Well known India’s personalities like E.M.S. Namboodiripad, V T Induchudan, V. S. Achuthanandan and K P R Gopalan have remained the chief editors ofDeshabhimani.
There are nine different newspaper printing centres in India. These centres are: Kozhikode, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Kannur, Kottayam, Trichur,Malappuram, Bangalore and Bahrin.
The leading supplements of Deshabhimani include Deshabhimani Varanthappathippu, Aksharamuttam, Sthree and Kilivaathil. It publishes paper in Malayalam, a language spoken in Indian state of Kerala and in the list of 22 scheduled languages in the Indian Constitution.
Deshabhimani covers the entire Kerala’s state of affair, National News, International News, Sports, Education, Cinema, NRI, Cartoon, Editorial and e-paper. You can browse latest news district wise. Readers are free to give their feedback, suggestions and comments. The newspaper accepts your valued response.