In this article News24 | September 18, 2019 | By RANJI KUMAR | A lot of people don’t know that in India, one of the most famous newspapers, the Hindustan Times, is owned by a family whose name is synonymous with the Rolling Papers.
It is a company that is synonymous of being the first and the last to publish stories in the country that have come under attack by the government.
In fact, the newspaper was one of many media that came under the government’s scanner for publishing stories that did not meet its standards of propriety.
The Hindustani Times is owned on a non-profit basis by the Raghavendra Singh Foundation, which has the following mission statement: “The foundation is dedicated to promoting and preserving the ideals of freedom, democracy and fraternity in a democratic India.
We aim to achieve the highest possible standards of governance in the society.”
The foundation’s chairman, Raghavan Singh, said he wants the newspaper to be the voice of the people.
“Our objective is to ensure the well-being of the society, and that of our employees.
We want to make Hindustans aware of the realities and challenges of the country,” he said.
Raghavan said the company will keep its “principles of neutrality” and keep the integrity of the story in mind, but that the news is subject to editorial decision.
“The editorial team will have to make its own decisions.
The paper will have a different editorial policy, but the core principles will remain the same,” he added.”
I am sure that Hindustians will come out in droves to read the news.
But I want to assure them that our editors are there to provide them the most unbiased and fair news they can get.
And if there is any editorial decision, we will follow it.”
In recent years, the company has come under the scanner for some of the stories that have been published, including one in the New York Times that exposed a series of corruption scandals in the state of Bihar.
It has also been a target of the anti-corruption wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for allegedly publishing the “Shredders” in the name of the BJP.
The company, which was founded in 1948 by the British family who owned it, has a number of offices in India.
The paper has had a tumultuous history with the government, and has come into conflict with the BJP over issues including the recent arrest of a journalist for publishing a report on the government that was critical of the government in the wake of the Delhi gang rape.
The Hindustanic Times was one the publications banned from publishing on a website called ‘Anti-Bharatiya News’.
In September, the government announced a ban on the publication of the “Rolling papers”, which are considered as “unlawful” and are considered “anti-national”.
The HindUSTan Times is not alone in having to pay close attention to the politics of its own country.
The Bharatiyas Times is one of several newspapers that has been banned in India for publishing information that has “gone against the interests of the Indian state” and that is “not in the interest of the national interest”, the government has said.
The ban is part of a series that has taken the country by surprise, with the announcement of a ban that has also forced the publishing of news about the assassination of a Delhi High Court judge and a murder trial in the capital.
The BJP-led government has also announced a clampdown on all news channels.