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National Herald, Navjivan newspapers to resume publication, Neelabh Mishra appointed Editor-in-Chief

01-September-2016
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National Herald, Navjivan newspapers to resume publication, Neelabh Mishra appointed Editor-in-Chief

The Indian National Congress (INC) today said that the Associated Journals Limited will resume publication of its newspapers 'National Herald' and 'Navjivan' with senior journalist Neelabh Mishra as the Editor-in-Chief.

“The Associate Journals Limited, a company founded in 1937 by Jawaharlal Nehru, has taken steps to resume publication of its English and Hindi newspapers National Herald and Navjivan,” a press release said.

“The company has appointed senior journalist Shri Neelabh Mishra as the Editor-in-Chief for its Hindi and English newspapers and digital properties with immediate effect,” it added.

“Shri Mishra shall build and lead the team for both National Herald, Navjivan and their digital and their related assets.”

“Both newspapers shall resume publication in the coming months, followed by Quami Awaz,” it said.

The statement added that the spirit of the forthcoming publications of the Associated Journals Limited, a not for profit company, is captured by the tagline, “Freedom is in peril, defend it with all your might.”

“The publication shall seek to give voice to the vision of Pandit Nehru and shall seek to occupy a liberal, progressive and secular space.”

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