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Industry leaders express condolences upon the demise of S Balasubramanian

22-December-2014
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Industry leaders express condolences upon the demise of S Balasubramanian

Upon the demise of S Balasubramanian, Chairman, Vikatan Group of Publications, industry leaders express condolatory musings to exchange4media.

Prince Jose, Chairman & Managing Director, Prince Jewellery said, “Mr. Balasubramanian was a man with conviction, was an animal lover and a philanthropist. It’s a sad day but a good time to reflect upon an influential and great man.”

Sathish Babu, Founder, UniverCell remarked, “This is a big loss to our society. He was the epitome of honest, sincere journalism and he has touched every family through his work. We will deeply miss him.”

C K Kumaravel, CEO & Co-Founder, Naturals said, “Long term success in life depends on education, experience and character. Balasubramanian sir was a constant learner, continuous experimenter and a hallmark in character and ethics. A rare diamond. Not only media world will find his loss irreplaceable, the world at large will too. But I am sure the legend will live in our hearts to keep inspiring and guiding us. May his soul rest in peace.” 
 

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