Jan-Satyagrah is an independent and indigenous Digital Media Platform for Issue Based Journalism.

Others May Be Propaganda Machines. We Are Not.

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an-Satyagrah operates through mechanism of voluntary contribution and is not intended to earn the profit or act as a propaganda machine alike other News Media Websites by -

  • Corporates News Media Organisations.
  • Foreign Funded NGOs, philanthropic investors, to orchestrate the opinions.
  • Political Parties and Their Media Outfits.
  • Left-Pseudo Liberals, elite ones to provide place for their rants.

Jan-Satyagrah - A Matter Of Difference.

We are not blind news lambs rushing for the trends, and we are committed to the journalistic standards.

  • No news without verification and Fact Check.
  • No exaggerated angle, twist and spin to the Issue.
  • No hesitation to publish 'true' matters that often avoided by MSM.
  • Free from Media Bias and Tangential Stands over issues.
  • Believe in Investigative Journalism and Ground Reporting.

Jan-Satyagrah Editorial Policy:

Jan-Satyagrah is not with the motives to make you a serial consumer of the content that is not of your use. Not a like hi-town gossips lollipop that salivates you and makes unconscious. We are for serious journalism.

Jan-Satyagrah writes in two languages - Hindi and English.

Jan-Satyagrah concentrates around various social, political, cultural, national issues linked to you, few keywords for example:

The concentrated issues are segregated among following core issues categories -

Media Watch | System Reforms | Social Concerns | Religious Aggression | Exposing Fake Activism | National Integrity |

Our Ideals of Journalism

  • Lokmanya Tilak

    • Edited - Kesari, Mahratta

      Swarajya is my birth right and I shall have it!
      Journalism to achieve Swarajya. Journalism to put forth rational thoughts. Journalism to expose the suppression by the polity. Journalism as a right to form public opinion. Journalism based on belief in supreme power.

  • Swami Vivekananda

    • Swami Vivekananda
    • Edited - Prabuddha Bharata, Brahmavadin, Udbodhan

      Each nation, beyond a general humanity, develops a certain peculiarity of character — so in religion, so in politics, so in the physical body, so in mental habitude, so in men and women, so in character. One nation develops one peculiarity of character, another takes another peculiarity. Within the last few years the world has begun to recognize this.

  • Veer Savarkar

  • Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya

    • Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya
    • Edited – The Leader, Hindosthan, Indian Opinion, Abhyuday, Hindustan Times, Sanatan Dharma

      I do not know of any institution, neither school nor college nor university, which supplies such daily instruction to the public at large as a newspaper. We felt that the province would be best served if there was a daily paper not merely to expound the opinions which were entertained by educated Indians but also to guide them and to educate public opinion. The Leader, 23th Oct 1929

  • Sri Aurobindo

    • Edited – Bande Mataram, Karmayogin

      Political freedom is the life-breath of a nation. To attempt social reform, educational reform, industrial expansion, the moral improvement of the race without aiming first and foremost at political freedom, is the very height of ignorance and futility. The primary requisite for national progress, national reform, is the habit of free and healthy national thought and action which is impossible in a state of servitude.

  • Genesh Shankar Vidyarthi, Bhagat Singh, Bismil