PrabhaSakshi is a Hindi-language news website, read largely by the Hindi-speaking belt namely Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Here you will get all breaking news in Hindi related to politics, India, International, sports, entertainment, health and trending news.
It is one of the leading news portals launched in 2001, which is owned by Dwarikesh Informatics Limited. It strives to offer well-researched, practical, rich and highest quality Hindi News to its readers.
The website is continuously contributing towards bridging the digital divide by providing Hindi content to its readers and viewers.
Prabhasakshi.com has been a favourite of the Hindi readers in India as well as abroad for more than the last decade and a half. Presently, the content published on this portal is interesting, readable and of extremely refined quality and receives more than one million hits per day.
Many renowned journalists, writers, literates, cartoonists etc. have been associated with Prabhasakshi. Late Mr. Khushwant Singh, Late Mr. Arun Nehru, Late Mr. Dinanath Mishra kept writing regular columns for the portal. Presently, Shri Tarun Vijay, Shri Rajnath Singh Surya and Shri Kuldip Nayar, are some of the prominent writers associated with the portal as regular columnists.
Prabahsakshi.com actively uses the social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and LinkedIn amongst many others to spread awareness as well as to pro-actively interact with its targets and receive their feedbacks.
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The mobile app of the news portal (www.prabhasakshi.com) is also available on Google Play Store and Apple Store. Readers can also read the news on UC News, Daily Hunt and Tapzo.