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Pravasi Express

Pravasi Express
Pravasi Express
Type Fortnight newspaper
Owner(s) Pravasi Publications
Publisher Pravasi Publications
Editor-in-chief Rajesh Kumar
Founded 2012
Language Malayalam, English
Website .com.pravasiexpresswww

Pravasi Express is a bilingual newspaper (in Malayalam and English) publishing from Singapore. Pravasi Publications formed in 2012 entering to publishing arena, with launch of Malayalam fortnight newspaper PravasiExpress from Singapore.


Pravasi Express presents news from various categories like Singapore news, Kerala News, World news, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Arts & Culture, Technology, Sports, Movies etc. Pravasi Express also has the online portal for the newspaper with Also is introduced to help readers to read Malayalam news with Pravasi Express in mobile devices. [1]

Pravasi Express Awards

Pravasi Express Awards (PE Awards) was introduced in 2013 during the one year successful completion of the Pravasi Express Newspaper. The awards were given to appreciate Malayalee personalities for their invaluable commitment and contributions to the society and arts.The first PE Awards were presented on 4th August 2013 in a public function at Spring Auditorium, Singapore with over 500 guests. The absence of Former Chief Minister of Kerala V. S. Achuthanandan was a show stealer, but the ceremony turned out to be a fabulous one with colourful performances by artists from Singapore and India. Former Chief Minister was supposed to be the chief guest of the event and was also about to receive the Pravasi Express “Life Achievement Award” in the ceremony.[2][3] [4][5][6]


  1. ^ Express, Pravasi. "PravasiExpress". Pravasi Publications. 
  2. ^ YouTube. "Introduction to Pravasi Express Awards". 
  3. ^ YouTube. "V. S. Achuthanandan Award Ceremony". 
  4. ^ PravasiExpress. "Award Ceremony Pictures". PravasiExpress NewsPaper. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  5. ^ Kaumudi NewsPaper. "". Keralakaumudi. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  6. ^ V.S Achuthanandan Awarded Life Time Achievement Award. "Manorama Online". 

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