Stating that newspapers are important to society activist Siddhi Naik said that newspaper holds a mirror of society.
Naik was speaking as the chief guest on the occasion of marathi press day celebrated at mapusa the event was inaugurated by the chief guest social worker Siddhi Naik in the presence of President of Konkan Marathi Parishad Goa Sudesh Arlekar, teacher Akshata Kinlekar, Literature Sheetal Salgaonkar and Social Activist Sudesh Tivrekar and others.
“Newspapers provide up-to-date information and but Nowadays, people do not attach much importance to the printed newspaper” Said naik
Balshastri Jambhekar started the Marathi newspaper Darpan on January 6, 1832 and laid the foundation of Marathi journalism, said Sudesh Arlekar and added that he took Marathi to a higher place and gave people the opportunity to express their thoughts in Marathi language.
An issue, problem or crime is only raised in the newspapers for a day or two.
In time, the subject falls behind.That should be seriously considered. The newspaper is a weapon and newspapers can revolutionize. It also needs to be put to good use said naik
In her speech, Sheetal Salgaonkar expressed her views on the changing nature of journalism.