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‘The Samaja’, the synonym of news papers in Odisha - a mass circulated and widely read Odia daily has completed ‘Hundred’ years of its glorious publication. Founded in 1919 by a great visionary, nationalist and freedom fighter, Utkalamani Pandit Gopabandhu Das, ‘The Samaja’ stands for high standards of accuracy, authenticity and the core value of journalism.

Over the years, it has slowly transformed itself into an institution. In the annals of the post independence era, the role of ‘The Samaja’ has been instrumental in awakening the social values ​​and contributing in the nation building process. Now, it has a readership of around Sixteen lakh having a daily circulation of nearing three lakh fifty thousand and publishing from eight places having live editions as Bhubaneswar, Berhampur, Balasore, Cuttack, Kolkata, Rourkela, Sambalpur and Vizag spreading across three States - Odisha , Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.

‘The Samaja’, is owned and managed by ‘Servants of the People Society’ (Lok Sevak Mandal), New Delhi, a trust founded by all time legend Punjab Keshri Lala Lajpat Rai. The association of many a luminaries in course of time has enriched ‘The Samaja’. The profound and enormous contribution of Punjab Keshri Lala Lajpat Rai, Utkalamani Pandit Gopabandhu Das, Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon, Sri Balwant Rai Mehta, the former Prime Minister of India Sri Lal Bahadur Sahstri, former Vice-President of India Sri Krishna Kant, former Chief Minister of Odisha Shri Biswanath Dash, Padma Bhusan Dr. Radhanath Rath has left an indelible imprint in the common psyche of every Odia as the "Newspaper of the populace".

Apart from disseminating news, "The Samaja" is committed to its social milieus and value system. The "Samaja Relief Committee" has been the social face of the "The Samaja" over the years. The objective has always been the welfare of the people of Odisha be it their health, education or in their time of distress during natural calamities ‘The Samaja’ reaches every door step through its relief work as a tribute to its founder Utkalmani Pt. Gopabandhu Das.

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"The Samaja", the synonym for Odisha newspapers - a mass circulated and widely read Odia daily newspaper - has completed "a hundred" years of its glorious publication. Utkalamani Pandit Gopabandhu Das was founded in 1919 by the great visionary, nationalist and freedom fighter Utkalamani Pandit Gopabandhu Das and stands for high standards in terms of accuracy, authenticity and the core value of journalism.

Over the years it has slowly turned into an institution. In the annals of the post-independence era, the role of the "samaja" was instrumental in awakening social values ​​and building the nation. Now it has a readership of about sixteen lakh with a daily circulation of nearly three lakh fifty thousand and published from eight locations with live editions such as Bhubaneswar, Berhampur, Balasore, Cuttack, Kolkata, Rourkela, Sambalpur and Vizag, spread across three states - Odisha , Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.

"The Samaja" is owned and administered by the Servants of the People Society (Lok Sevak Mandal), New Delhi, a trust founded by the Punjab legend Keshri Lala Lajpat Rai of all time. The union of many lights over time has enriched "The Samaja". The profound and tremendous contribution of Punjab Keshri Lala Lajpat Rai, Utkalamani Pandit Gopabandhu Das, Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon, Sri Balwant Rai Mehta, Former Indian Prime Minister Sri Lal Bahadur Sahstri, Former Vice President Of The Ministers Of India, Sri Krishna Kant by Odisha Shri Biswanath Dash, Padma Bhusan Dr. Radhanath Rath, as the "newspaper of the people", has left an indelible impression on the common psyche of every Odia.

In addition to spreading news, "The Samaja" is committed to its social milieu and value system. The "Samaja Relief Committee" has been the social face of the "Samaja" over the years. The goal has always been the well-being of the people of Odisha, be it their health, education or in their need during natural disasters. “The Samaja” reaches every step of the door through his auxiliary work as a homage to its founder Utkalmani Pt. Gopabandhu Das.

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• Uploaded quickly and easily.
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• Sliding menu for news categories.
• Advanced user interface for easy use.