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Lokmat’s golden jubilee gratitude initiative launched

 Media Coverage  |  22-04-2022

The golden jubilee of the Nagpur edition of Lokmat is being celebrated with great enthusiasm. To scale up the celebrations, the Lokmat has launched a Vidarbha-level gratitude initiative to express its gratitude towards those who made Lokmat the number one Marathi daily in the country and helped the newspaper achieve this feat in 50 years. The initiative was launched in a cheerful ceremony in Chandrapur district on Thursday. On this occasion, the chairman of the editorial board of Lokmat Media and former member of Rajya Sabha Vijay Darda felicitated 10 women from the district who were the first to make a name for themselves in various fields while taking care of their families. Expressing his gratitude towards the correspondents and agents who contributed for the Lokmat Nagpur edition from day one and who have been working for Lokmat since its inception till date, Vijay Darda felicitated them by presenting them with shawls, coconuts, medals and mementos. It was an emotional moment for the head of the Lokmat family to hold their hands and express his gratitude. Not only that, Vijay Darda spent the entire day with them. The director (operations) of Lokmat Media Ashok Jain, executive editor of Lokmat Nagpur edition Shrimant Mane, editor of Lokmat Samachar Vikas Mishra, senior general manager (circulation) Santosh Chipda were present on the occasion. All the correspondents and agents in the district witnessed this memorable moment and the gratitude ceremony. A get-together with the eminent personalities of the city and the district followed in the evening.

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