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Now, you can read Chandamama stories online in Telugu

BS Reporter  |  Chennai/ Hyderabad 

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Readers looking for Chandamama's Telugu stories can find them on www.chandamama.com/telugu.
 
The site contains a mix of popular Chandamama Telugu stories from mythology, historical, comical to contemporary. It is the first of Chandamama's 12 language editions to go online. Following this, in March 2008 will be sites in Hindi and Tamil.
 
"We are excited to be the first children's site in India to be available in two languages," Chandamama chief executive officer, L Subramanyan, stated in a press release. Subramanyan also pointed out that the Telugu site contains original stories written for the Telugu publication and in many cases "these are different from the stories you will find on the English site".
 
Commenting on the launch, Viswanatha Reddi, editor and publisher, Chandamama, said, "It is indeed fitting that the first Indian language edition of Chandamama.com should be Telugu. Chandamama was initially launched in 1947 in Telugu and Tamil. We had committed to the language editions available to our readers. This is the beginning of that commitment."

 
 

Now, you can read Chandamama stories online in Telugu

Readers looking for Chandamamas Telugu stories can now find them on www.chandamama.com/telugu.
Readers looking for Chandamama's Telugu stories can find them on www.chandamama.com/telugu.
 
The site contains a mix of popular Chandamama Telugu stories from mythology, historical, comical to contemporary. It is the first of Chandamama's 12 language editions to go online. Following this, in March 2008 will be sites in Hindi and Tamil.
 
"We are excited to be the first children's site in India to be available in two languages," Chandamama chief executive officer, L Subramanyan, stated in a press release. Subramanyan also pointed out that the Telugu site contains original stories written for the Telugu publication and in many cases "these are different from the stories you will find on the English site".
 
Commenting on the launch, Viswanatha Reddi, editor and publisher, Chandamama, said, "It is indeed fitting that the first Indian language edition of Chandamama.com should be Telugu. Chandamama was initially launched in 1947 in Telugu and Tamil. We had committed to the language editions available to our readers. This is the beginning of that commitment."

 
 
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