Hindi magazine ‘Dalit Dastak’ launched yesterday

The monthly Hindi magazine highlights true stories of Indian citizens who are fighting for justice

e4m by Surbhi Bhasin
Updated: May 28, 2012 7:06 PM
Hindi magazine ‘Dalit Dastak’ launched yesterday

Monthly Hindi magazine ‘Dalit Dastak’ was launched yesterday. It includes true stories of Indian citizens who are fighting for justice.

The magazine will be available in Delhi, Jharkhand, Bihar, Chattishgarh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. Ashok Das is the Editor of the magazine. He has been running a website that tackles similar issues for the last three years.

Speaking with exchange4media, Das shared, “The magazine will support people who haven’t got justice.”

“The website garnered good response but people from small states were unable to reach us. Hence, we decided to launch a magazine so that it becomes easier for readers to connect.”

The cost of the magazine is Rs 20 and annual subscription is available for Rs 250. There are 52 pages, including eight coloured pages. About 4000 copies have been published. The print run will be increased based on the response the publication receives. It will be available in book stores, stalls, etc.

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