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Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) M. V. Shreyams Kumar Mathrubhumi Printing And Publishing Company Ltd
PublisherP. V. Chandran
Founded1923;100 years ago (1923)
Language Malayalam, English (online)
Headquarters Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Circulation 1,230,778 daily [1] (as of July – December 2019)
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90th anniversary celebrations of Mathrubhumi, Kochi, 2014. Manmohan Singh addressing at the inauguration of the 90th Anniversary Celebrations of "The Mathrubhumi", in Kochi, Kerala. The Governor of Kerala, Shri Nikhil Kumar, the Chief Minister of Kerala, Shri Oommen Chandy.jpg
90th anniversary celebrations of Mathrubhumi, Kochi, 2014.

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