Speakers laud The Hans India's growing popularity

Speakers laud The Hans India

Warangal: A lucky and bumper draw for the subscribers of the newspaper with a difference, The Hans India was...

Warangal: A lucky and bumper draw for the subscribers of the newspaper with a difference, The Hans India was held at a glittering ceremony at its office located at Kapil House at Subedari in Hanamkonda on Monday. ThehansindiaKakatiya University Vice Chancellor B Venkat Rathnam, Warangal Urban SP A Venkateshwar Rao, Kendra Sahitya Academy award recipient Ampashayya Naveen, DPRO K Venkataramana and Kapil Group president U Krishna Mohan participated in the lucky draw programme and addressed the gathering briefly. Speaking on the occasion, KU VC Venkat Rathnam said that the news and views in The Hans India are very inspiring and the journalists from Editor-in-Chief K Ramachandra Murthy to district reporters are committed to the values. He said that within a short span of time, The Hans India has won the hearts of the dedicated readers. He congratulated the staff of the English daily on the occasion and wished a great success in the market. Urban SP A Venkateshwar Rao congratulated all The Hans India readers for choosing the newspaper closer to their hearts. He felt that it is a great achievement of The Hans India in sustaining the readers' interest and expanding with wider circulation. He said that The Hans India is popular news daily not only in Warangal city and but also in other Telangana districts. Another guest, noted writer Ampashayya Naveen said that The Hans India had earned good credibility among the readers and catching the reader's attention. He said that circulation of The Hans India is growing greatly and reactions of the more number of readers to his column in The Hans India are the testimony for that. Addressing the gathering DPRO K Venkataramana felt that The Hans India is popular not only in cities but also in rural areas. He said that good number of prizes cornered by rural readers is an example that The Hans India is good in rural reporting too. He said that YOUNG HANS supplement is very much useful for the youngsters and mostly students. Kapil Group president U Krishna Mohan felt that the competition is cut throat for building a good readership base for English newspaper. He said that The Hans India is winning the laurels of the readers and felt that it had a bright future. The Hans India branch manager Bandi Ravinder explained the transparency in conducting the lucky draw. He said that cheques for the prize winners would be sent in a couple of days. Earlier, The Hans India Principal Correspondent James Edwin welcomed the guests and spoke on the significance of the concept of lucky draw scheme while The Hans India Staff Reporter G Hemanth Reddy explained the gathering as to why one should choose The Hans India for news and views. The Hans India's staff photographer G Shyam Kumar, Ad Executive S Shoban Babu, ACO M Ranjith Kumar, T Raghuveer Singh Takur, M Praveen Kumar and HMTV's Gollapalli Venkat Rathnam, Gunti Vidyasagar, K Ramchander, Khader Pasha, S Rama Raju, D Bikshapathi, P Raju, J Sarath Kumar, Banoth Raj Kumar, Soloman, Ch Narender, Murali, Avula Srinivas, P Ramesh, S Kumar, Anil Kumar, Sudhakar, Chenna Reddy, G Babu, M Bhaskar and P Suresh were present on the occasion.
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