Ajit (newspaper)

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Ajit is the a Punjabi language newspaper. The newspaper is owned by Hamdard family who are Sainis.[1] The newspaper was founded in 1942 in Urdu language when the late Sadhu Singh Hamdard became its first editor.[2] Veteran journalist and ex-Rajya Sabha member, Dr. Barjinder Singh Hamdard, is the current Editor-in-Chief of this newspaper.

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  1. ^ "The exceptions are The Tribune and Ajit. a Punjabi daily run by a Saini-Sikh", India's new capitalists: caste, business, and industry in a modern nation, Harish Damodaran, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
  2. ^ Daily Ajit (Urdu), Lahore 1942; chief ed., 1943-47; chief ed.; Daily Ajit, Jullundur, INFA press and advertisers year book,INFA Publications., 1968