K M Mathew
He joined the newspaper as Managing Editor in 1954 and went on to become Editor in chief in 1973.
Mathew launched many publications such as the women’s magazine Vanitha in Malayalam and Hindi, the English magazine The Week, the farmer’s magazine Karshakasree, children’s magazines Balarama, Amar Chitra Katha and Kalikudukka in Malayalam and Magic Pot in English and encyclopedic Manorama Yearbook in Malayalam, English, Hindi, Tamil and Bengali. he died recently.
He is one of the patriots in Kanjirappally Taluk, in Kottayam district. He is famous for his "namjak samaram". He is a unique personality in that in whole Kerala. He is the author, patron and foundar of the moment. He is the member of one of the notable families in Kottayam, Vattakkattu, which is a subsidiary family of Kunnumpuram.
His ways to find justice was unique, one which are not tried by any one else.
She was born on Feb 14 , 1909 at Kanjirappally, (then Kingdom of Travancore), present Kerala state of India as second daughter of Thomman Cherian and Annamma. She was educated at Government Girls High School Kanjirappally and St. Joseph High School, Changanassery. She graduated in B.A. History from St. Teresa's College, Ernakulam. After her formal education, she worked as a teacher at St. Mary's School, Kanjirappally, where she later became Head teacher of the school. She also did her B.L.T degree from Trivandrum Training College.