The DNA Media Pvt. Ltd began its print operations for a new National Hindi Daily on 13th October 2007, with the birth of Daily News Activist (DNA), Lucknow Edition and Allahabad Edition.
In less than six years of its launch, DNA today stands tall as a brave medium of the voiceless Indian masses. The Daily News Activist rallies a relentless crusade against the brazenly autocratic attempts by the political and financial powers to silence the rightful dissent by the citizens.
The newspaper publishes the story in simple and straight forward format for the people of Avadh so that they have special bonding with it.
3 brand new features you'll love-
Your Voice - is now Social
Places - Find places and shops on the map
Discount Coupons - Browse and choose coupons from local businesses
NEWSFLASH: We've gone SOCIAL!
Post a status update, a photo or check into a local place in Your Voice. It's a bit like Facebook or Twitter, but it's just for Geraldton.
Follow other people and add them as friends, or just browse everyone's posts. You can even search the stream of posts.
Reply to people's posts, or like them. Share your posts on Facebook or Twitter.
Browse local businesses, schools, local attractions, places of interest, and heaps more all via map. The new PLACES feature makes it super easy to find a local restaurant or cafe and see where it is in relation to your current location.
Plus all the features you're used to:
Geraldton Business Directory - all your local businesses in your pocket.
Fuel Prices- Check the latest Geraldton fuel prices in a flash.News- local news relevant to you.
Calendar- With community events and entertainment, you can submit your events too.
Learning Events Calendar- Stay up to date on local learning events like lectures and training programs with this calendar, or submit your organisation's events.
Classifieds- Buy and Sell online, and it's totally free.
Gerogram - a photo feed of images from Geraldton and surrounds that you can contribute to.
Lost & Found
The Statesman has distinguished itself through objective coverage of events, its value as an honest purveyor of news emphasised at times of crisis such as the Bengal Famine of 1943 and the infamous internal Emergency of the mid-1970s. It is forthright in the expression of its views. Its pursuit of the truth has been relentless and often at considerable cost to itself, as when the government of Indira Gandhi, in gross abuse of power, attempted to suppress its voice and when the government of Rajiv Gandhi interfered with the grant of statutory clearances to its modernisation plans unless the paper changed its editorial stance.
The accuracy of our news reports, all the views that matter, in-depth reportage on the issues of the day and our award-winning investigations combine to ensure that Herald sets the news agenda for Goa every morning. Our readership encompasses the entire spectrum of Goans, as the numbers put out by reputed industry bodies such as ABC and IRS validate, from the common man to the decision-maker.
In a line, Herald is Goa.
The New Age covers news from all nine provinces, along with national events, Op-Ed columns, politics, Africa and International news, sports, business, entertainment, lifestyle, science and technology. It is affordable (R3.50), relevant, easy to read and to the point. Our website is http://www.thenewage.co.za and mobile site is http://www.thenewage.co.za/mobi/
The New Age comes in 24-32 full colour pages printed in the International broadsheet format. The paper is printed in three different locations and distributed by South Africa’s leading distributor, reaching all corners of the country.
Sarhad Kesri is merely not publishing news but makes it better & useful for the readers. It also provides space to the people where they can raise their voice, share their ideas, vision and issues and get solution
Sarhad Kesri is merely not publishing news but makes it better & useful for the readers. It also provides space to the people where they can raise their voice, share their ideas, vision and issues and get solution.
The history of Zambia Daily Mail Limited dates back to the 1950s when it used to be called African Mail the forerunner to the Central African Mail. The name later changed to Zambia Mail after independence in 1964. It was later bought by the Zambian Government from private owners. It became a daily Newspaper in 1970 and the name changed to Zambia Daily Mail. A number of changes have since taken place. Sunday Mail and Financial Mail were introduced to widen the scope of coverage. The Financial Mail has since been phased out.
After introducing the two additional publications, Zambia Daily Mail computerized its operations in 1994 and immediately introduced an online publication.
Currently Zambia Daily Mail has invested in the modern printing equipment to enhance its colour printing. To keep in tandem with the latest technology in the newspaper industry, the company continues to update its equipment.
Rajasthan Khoj Khabar is merely not publishing news but makes it better & useful for the readers. It also provides space to the people where they can raise their voice, share their ideas, vision and issues and get solution
It is a newspaper for Nigerians and all those interested in the affairs of Nigeria – especially those who would like the pursuit of truth.
Since past 23 years with more than 15 lakhs of readership, Gujarat Vaibhav goes to all the corners Gujarat and seven bordering districts of Rajasthan. Gujarat Vaibhav is providing excellent editorial coverage and highlight the coverage state has made during current regime.