I was very happy to participate in the gathering to mark Citizen Matters’ turning 10. Though on the fringe, I have followed “CitMat”‘s (as I call it) fortunes, and it’s not an easy “matter” to be uncompromising about one’s principles while trying to survive as an e-magazine.
Reliable, useful journalism needs your support.
Over 600 readers have donated over the years, to make articles like this one possible. We need your support to help Citizen Matters sustain and grow. Please do contribute today. Donate now
We enjoyed the team talking about various incidents in the past, and what I liked was that the journey was depicted as it was…with the highs and the lows.
The CitMat team celebrated in a heritage building, beautifully restored and maintained, and posed for a group photo.
A radiant Meera with some of the many friends who surround and support her.
I was able to put faces to many of the names I have been seeing, reading and following.
Here’s wishing Citizen Matters the best for the journey ahead!