The Indian government has long struggled to publish news in the English language.
Now, the country’s ruling party is considering changing the rules that govern news in order to streamline the process.
The government has announced a plan to change the rules for the countrys most prestigious newspaper, the National News, in an effort to boost the newspaper’s visibility.
“The new rules will allow us to publish in the same language that the newspapers in other countries are published in,” the Indian Minister of Information and Broadcasting Manoj Sinha told reporters at a briefing in New Delhi.
The newspaper has long been a major source of Indian news coverage, but Sinha said the government was trying to increase its visibility in the digital age.
“We have a huge need for the publication of news in digital form, so we have decided to increase our digital presence in order for us to reach out to people and communicate to them with the best information available in the world,” Sinha added.
“It will be a challenge for the government to make the change in its mind but I am confident it will happen.”
News in the national interest is a core value of Sinha’s government, which has been trying to boost news coverage since taking office in December.
News of the government’s plan is not expected to affect print circulation, as Sinha noted that most newspapers are owned by the state.
Sinha, who is also the editor-in-chief of the Indian Express, said the new rules would allow the government-run National News to be published in English.
“There is no difference in the language used in our newspapers,” Sinasay said.
“Our newspapers are published under the rules of the India Gazette.”
The changes to the Indian National News will take effect from July 1.
“In the past, we have published in Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, Marwari, Urdu, Punjabi and other languages, and we have been publishing in those languages for a long time,” Sinhasay said, noting that the changes were not a change in the print edition of the newspaper.
“But these days, newspapers are being published in the most difficult and most difficult language, which is now English.”
The new rules do not apply to the country s most popular newspapers, such as the Hindustan Times or the Times of India.
Sinhasays statement comes amid an increase in efforts to increase the circulation of Indian newspapers.
In March, the government launched a new digital platform that will provide daily, weekly and monthly updates on the country s news.
In May, the state government also announced that it was investing more than $1 billion to help promote the country ts news online.
“These are not just investments,” Sinisay said of the investments.
“I am not talking about investment that will enable us to print more paper, but also investments that will increase the number of our newspapers to a more manageable size and will also allow us more time to prepare for the changes that are coming in the near future.”
The move to increase digital news coverage comes as Sinhasia ts government is looking to expand the number and scope of digital platforms that it can use to distribute news in India.
Earlier this month, the Government of India published a blueprint for a new platform that it said will provide digital news to all Indians.
“Digital platforms are part of the news landscape of the country,” Siniasaid in a statement.
“All of us will benefit from this platform that we will build to be a platform that reaches out to all and is not just a platform for the elite.”