Creating a greater tomorrow for children will be the “single biggest role” for The Hindu, L.V. Navaneeth, Chief Executive Officer, THG (The Hindu Group) Publishing Private Limited, said in Coimbatore on Sunday.
Addressing employees of The Hindu from the western region and their family members at a function organised to celebrate the golden jubilee of the newspaper’s Coimbatore edition, he said the publication aimed at staying relevant for the readers of tomorrow.
V. Jayaraman, Associate Vice-President, Human Resources (HR), THG Publishing Pvt Ltd, recollected that he was seven years old when the Coimbatore edition was launched.
Stating that the employees of The Hindu were “one family,” he said the mission of the HR department was to “nurture excellence.”
Sridhar Aranala, Vice President – Sales and Distribution, THG Publishing Pvt Ltd, said the organisation valued the family members of all employees.
“It is a moment of pride that reading The Hindu is a 50-year-old habit in Coimbatore for many,” said D Suresh Kumar, Deputy Resident Editor (Tamil Nadu), The Hindu. The event held at Hotel Le Meridien saw the enthusiastic participation of the family members of the employees in the cultural programmes, such as music and dance.
An Isai Kadhambam People’s Concert (music concert), by Udalveli Arts Foundation, and a dance performance by Wingerz team of Hindusthan College of Arts and Science, were among the highlights of the event.