Encouraging the youth
Reading newspaper creates a widened outlook among students. It is an essential feature of modern life. The rule of TV media could not stop people from reading Newspapers for many reasons. A newspaper has dedicated investigative journalists, and the result is more in-depth reporting and more substance in a newspaper. Encouraging young students in the reading newspaper is a good thing to do. Dr. Sunil Richardson, Director of Richardsons dental and craniofacial Hospital issued free subscription of “Malayala Manorama’ Newspaper to students of Sri Ayyappa College for women, Nagercoil.
RICHARDSONS dental and Craniofacial Hospital, Nagercoil is located 68 kilometres from Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram), Kerala’s capital. It is well connected by air from India’s business capital Mumbai and also New Delhi. The local Nagercoil railway station is well concerted to various South Indian large cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Cochin. Madurai is the largest and nearest city in south Tamilnadu.
Distributing newspaper ‘Malayala Manorama’ to students of Ayyappa women’s college, Nagercoil