We are proudly presenting that, The Karma News Since 2017 is FIRST WEB CHANEL IN KERALA AND MALAYALAM. A leading online Malayalam news portal, The Karma News, has proven that we have grown to be a collective voice that cannot be ignored, having a say in the socio-economic and political affairs that affect the society as a whole. Our success is driven by our people and their commitment to get results the right way- by operating responsibly and applying innovative approaches in style and vision
Our company’s modern approach to Journalism including a discussion board for the readers along with the option of sending in their opinions was unheard of at the time of its inception. We are a growing company with our readers at the heart of everything we do, striving to create a positive impression in people’s lives through creative, impartial and honest journalism.We mainly using mobile journalism.
Mr Vince Mathew is founder and Managing Director and Chief Editor,He starting his profession 1995 from Mathrubhumi. Our Head Quarters situated Australia. Managing Editor and administration office working from Australia, Perth,Our regional office and news office studio working in Kerala, Chirakkulam Road , Statue, Thiruvananthapuram 1, Kerala ,India . We have news office in Delhi and Dubai, and USA New York. The Karma news have a biggest exclusive operation wing. COO is Aneesh Raj G. Around 20 staff and 40 reporters working for Karma NewsWe have a strong legal wing for racing and facing the issue. Honorable Supreme Court solicitor Mrs Vimala Binu is head of this department. We also providing legal help to the needy people approaching us.
We have a high editorial standard at the core. Highly technical organization that even handles mainstream news websites Malayalam. Our journalists work according to Journalism ethics and standards, which sets the benchmark for ethical standards in journalism. All our editorial staff completes a training course in the Code and legal refresher training. we recognise that protecting the rights of the individual consistently comes into conflict with the public’s right to know. This means we have to make difficult judgements, sometimes quickly, which are impossible to get right all of the time.Regular bulletins and seminars give staff the best opportunity to learn from mistakes, whether our own or those of other parts of the media industry.
Verification and fact-checking
We expect our staff to use their best endeavors to verify the stories being put forward for publication.