Jagatwani (weekly) Hindi newspaper established 24 years ago in 1987 in India (Jalandhar, Punjab) by Mr. Om Parkash Khanna and Carried forward by Mr. Ashok Khanna.
Mr. Ashok Khanna is currently successfully managing the Jagatwani newspaper in India with more than 25 years experience as a chief editor along with Mr. Manoj Kumar who has accumulated working as a Sub Editor for almost 15 years in India.
Jagatwani launched its first Hindi newspaper in the United Kingdom in 2007 with full coloured version. Jagatwani is great dynamic UK’s first and most popular (Indian) Hindi newspaper.
Jagatwani newspaper touches the height of success and has been awarded by the Indian High Commission in London (2009). Despite of the unfavourable circumstances such as recession along with the tough competition, Jagatwani towering over all competitors and serving by publishing a (Hindi) newspaper based in Birmingham and freely distributed within the United Kingdom. There is e-paper available on this website.
Jagatwani newspaper providing unbiased reporting, great editorials along with the contents covering all aspects of human needs as well as curiosity.
The feedback we are getting from our loyal customers clearly shows the popularity due to its useful contents of political, social, articles based on high moral and cultural values, different stories, poetry, health issues, beauty tips, sports updates, valuable advertisements, current national and international sensitive issues serves every section of society is the key success of Jagatwani. Jagatwani enjoyed by everybody irrespective of age, gender, religion, communities, employed, self employers, business class and retired etc.
It is loved by all because of its non denominational having no right or left wing affiliation also not any religious or political favouritism, having no prejudiced feeling towards any social and ethnic groups.
The success of newspaper depends on its distribution network. We started distribution of Jagatwani newspaper in six London Boroughs: Brent, Ealing, Harow, Hillingdon, Hounslow and Slough. Now Jagatwani has started its circulation in Southall, Wembley, West Midland, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley, Hands worth, Smethwick, Leicester, Coventry, and Manchester.