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The Sakshi is a Telugu-language daily newspaper, based in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. This newspaper is owned by Mr.Y. S. Bharati, who is the wife of the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy. It is run by K. Ramachandra Murthy.
Why people will choose the Sakshi newspaper?
The Sakshi newspaper belongs to Jagan Mohan Reddy. Every people who heard of the name of this paper knows one of these facts. One cannot expect the newspaper-daily to publish anti-news on Jagan even if there is one. This is highly typical when compared to others the so-called other newspapers which say that they are completely transparent and completely support one particular political party. Even this party has some dedicated news channels which always this particular party no matter how worst their ruling is.
Keeping the political party news aside, the Sakshi family section publishes some great and honest interviews about popular celebrities. Their literature section and Funday supplementare also good. We just have to set our prejudices aside and read the ‘good content’ in any newspaper without getting biased by their personal news. If you would like to read this type of news then the Sakshi newspaper is for you.
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History of Sakshi Newspaper :
Sakshi, the Telegu daily was first launched on 24 March 2008. It was the first regional newspaper, which was designed by the world-renowned newspaper designer, Mario Garcia. According to the Price Water House Audit, the Sakshi newspaper had an initial print run of 1,286,670 in total. In December 2017, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation, their circulation figures released, the Sakshi is the second most circulating newspaper media in Telugu states (Telangana and Andhra Pradesh) after Eenadu with a circulation figure of 1.09 million and above.
Sakshi began with a total of twenty-three editions published simultaneously from 19 cities along with the four metropolitan areas of Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, and Chennai according to the Limca Book of Records. Sakshi was the second newspaper daily in the country to publish all of its pages in various colors. Now it is available online each and every day with all of its editions along with its regional editions.