RSS Maiden Entry in Web Media : will be launched on June 13, 2011

via published on May 31, 2011 ready to be launched

The RSS who has been victim of ideological predisposition and media onslaught has decided to launch an internet daily paper It will be launched on June 13, 2011, the Hindu Samrajya diwas. The paper will run on professional line .It will have all the features of a mainstream newspaper. Extensive planning has been carried out for vast coverage of national, provincial and international news. Itsheadquarter will be Nagpur, which is also the central office of RSS.

It has already established bureau in Mumbai, Delhi, Poona and other major cities of the country. The seeds of this project were sown more than a year ago. A senior RSS functionary was deputed to practically accomplish the task and translate it into practice. Many senior journalists , including from some of the RSS publications, are part of the team of journalists. will serve two fold purposes. It will also curb excessive federal tendencies growing among its publications in their revenue generation as well as their editorial policies. Moreover, it will help the Sangh to consolidate itself in the field of media and reach to its cadres with objective news and views. A national network will help the chains of regional newspapers and journals to exchange news and views. A big readership and constituency have been waiting for such step by the Sangh.

RSS workers, sympathizers and its social and political allies were always keen to begin ideologically aligned newspaper, journals and TV Channels . In the past some independent efforts were made by some like minded people to fill the vacuum but in vain. In 70’s RSS backed daily ‘The Motherland’ was very popular in the country. Sh.K.R. Malkani was its editor. The paper was forced to close during the Emergency. Even after the imposition of the Emergency, it challenged the government by bringing our a morning edition. Its one copy was sold for Rs 20. T After the closure of the Motherland, RSS had no national daily in its hand. It had to depend on secularist daily newspapers to reach to the masses and its own cadres. After almost three decades , RSS realized the need for a national daily and the is the first major step towards it. The Sangh has adapted new technology and its cadres are very active on web, blogs, facebooks. will be bilingual : English and Hindi. A team of web designers, software engineers and journalists are working day and night to come out with a readers friendly design and output.the editorial team is planning to publish some exclusive stories to attract the attention of media world and readers. The portal will also provide platform for discussions. Another feature of the portal will be the provision of online purchase of books published by RSS and its allied publication houses and organizations.

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