Hind Samachar is a daily Urdu newspaper that is circulated in Mumbai. It was one of the three newspaper started by the Punjab Kesari Group back in 1948. Combined these three newspapers have combined circulation of 975,000 copies on weekdays and 1.05 million copies on weekends. The head office is located in Civil Lines in Mumbai, and the newspaper is printed from Jalandhar, Ambala and Jammu.
|Sister newspapers||Punjab Kesari, Navodaya Times, and Jagbani|
At the height of Punjab insurgency in the 1980s, founder Jagat Narain, who opposed terrorism was killed by terrorists in 1981, his son Ramesh Chander, an editor of the paper formed a 'Shaheed Parivar Fund' (Martyr Family Fund) for victims of terrorism in 1983, though a year later he himself was killed by terrorists. In all the newspaper lost 62 newspaper agents, hawkers, sub-editors and senior-sub editors to terrorists. Even today, the 'Shaheed Parivar Fund' continues to disburse funds to terrorist victims across India.
|Khushwant Singh||Shekhar Gurera (Cartoonist)|
|Kuldip Nayar||Poonam I Kaushik|
|Shanta Kumar||Vineet Narain|
|Virendra Kapur||B G Verghese|
|Balbir Punj||Mahmood Shaam|
|Karan Thapar||Kalyani Shankar|
|Manmohan Sharma||Neera Chopra|
|Chander Trikha||Nerja Chaudhry|
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- Official website
- "Punjab Kesari group surging ahead with ideologically and technologically sophisticated vision" All about Newspaper, Vol # 3, No # 4, October - December 2008.
- "Rs 19.5 Lakh Distributed Among Terror-Hit Families". Outlook. 21 March 2010. Archived from the original on 6 October 2013. Retrieved 9 November 2012.
- "Plea to wipe out terror". The Tribune. 28 November 2005.
- "V K Chopra of Hind Samachar elected as PTI Chairman". The Hindu. 27 August 2009.