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After completing his studies from the Madras Christian College, Mr. Parthasarathy joined the city-based English eveninger, The Mail, before moving on to The Hindu in 1944. He served the newspaper for over three decades. He was the author of a column on theatre and fine arts in the newspaper's sister publication `Sport and Pastime'.
After his retirement, Mr. Parthasarathy, popularly known as `Mail' Parthasarathy or `M.P.,' took on the task of chronicling the 100-year history of The Hindu, published during the paper's centenary celebrations in 1977-78.
Later, he served in the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's college of journalism. He also wrote a few books on journalism, besides a collection of religious publications.
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