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The Sunday Indian
Sunday, July 25, 2021

Ravikumar-Dalit writer, former Legislator,   Gen Secretary, Viduthalai Ciruthaikal Katchi ( VCK ) Though 'The Sunday Indian' has many appreciable qualities, the space given to marginalized people is to be mentioned. It makes a mark in journalism like illustrated weekly of India.

Dalit writer, former Legislator, Gen Secretary, Viduthalai Ciruthaikal Katchi ( VCK )

Ravi Shankar Prasad-BJP leader and Rajya Sabha member TSI is truly a wide ranging magazine. My very best to the group for publishing such stories that make an impact.

Ravi Shankar Prasad
BJP leader and Rajya Sabha member

Aziz Tankarvi-Member, Maulana Azad Education Foundation I am a regular reader of TSI since it started publishing. It has served our society and nation by publishing thought provoking facts regularly.

Aziz Tankarvi
Member, Maulana Azad Education Foundation

Sudarsan  Pattnaik-World Champion Sand Artist TSI is an innovative magazine. The news and features published are in-depth and analytical. Specifically, it’s editorials always reflect a different opinion on socio-economic and political issues, which I appreciate.

Sudarsan Pattnaik
World Champion Sand Artist

Dilip Tirkey-Former captain of Indian hockey team Though I get little time to read magazines, yet I like to read TSI. It’s very attractive, and so is its supplement, 'Smash' that focuses on lifestyle of sports persons and the core issues of Indian sports interestingly.

Dilip Tirkey
Former captain of Indian hockey team

Padmashree Jayanta Mahapatra-Eminent Poet What a marvelous magazine? Really, I like the articles and the views expressed in TSI. Within a short span of time it has occupied a space in the heart of readers. I am very happy.

Padmashree Jayanta Mahapatra
Eminent Poet

Haider Hussain-Chief Editor, Asomiya Pratidin TSI gives an outstanding opportunity to Indian readers for exchanging views among themselves. The editorials of Prof Arindam Chaudhuri are also brainstorming and extraordinary. It is an exceptional magazine.

Haider Hussain
Chief Editor, Asomiya Pratidin

Dr Manoj Kuroor-Renowned poet and art critic TSI does excellent reporting on the remote rural life of different states. Its human interest stories are exclusive. It is incomparable in lay out, photos, colour scheme, paper and print quality.

Dr Manoj Kuroor
Renowned poet and art critic

Smt. Maitreyi Saha-President West Bengal Pradesh Mahila Congress TSI emphasises all the news presenting truth. One of the recent cover stories titled ‘Strange but...5 reasons why UPA will win in 2014’ was praiseworthy.

Smt. Maitreyi Saha
President West Bengal Pradesh Mahila Congress

Asim Sarode -Advocate and Human Right Activist TSI throws light on different issues without bias or prejudice. I congratulate you for your earnest efforts.

Asim Sarode
Advocate and Human Right Activist

Vaidehi-Kendra Sahitya Academy Award Winner The Sunday Indian is an excellent magazine whose political views are based on social responsibility.

Kendra Sahitya Academy Award Winner

Cynthiya Chandran-Foreign Correspondent ANI TV, London Publishing the magazine in 14 languages is no mean task. Since it's giving preference to regional news, it definitely has edge over other national news magazines.

Cynthiya Chandran
Foreign Correspondent ANI TV, London

Abu Asim Azmi-President, Samajwadi Party Maharashtra Within a short span, TSI has received a lot of acknowledgment from its readers. People are seriously taking the analytical reports of the magazine.

Abu Asim Azmi
President, Samajwadi Party Maharashtra

Mahasweta Devi-Jnanpith Award winning writer and social activist Contrasting to its commercial character, TSI has always been the most substantial evidence of the nationwide people’s movement.

Mahasweta Devi
Jnanpith Award winning writer and social activist

Jitin Prasada -Union Minister of State, Road Transport and Highways The national politics covered by TSI is wide, interesting and factually relevant in today's time.

Jitin Prasada
Union Minister of State, Road Transport and Highways

Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017