Nadoja kannada newspaper, published from Belgaum and Bijapur districts in India, is now available online at http://nadoja.epapertoday.com. Check it out for breaking news from north karnataka.
Bangalore, India, October 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- This is the announcement about the launch of Nadoja website at http://nadoja.epapertoday.com.
With this Vijayadashami, Nadoja completes 36 years and steps into 37. This would not have been possible without the love and support shown by its readers.
Nadoja started as a voice of Kannadigas during the peak of Marathi-Kannada movement in Belgaum in the early seventies. Since then it has stood as a beacon of Kannada spirit in Belgaum.
During these times, when journalistic tradition is turning into profit making ventures, Nadoja is one of the newspapers who have bucked the trend to be the newspaper of the people. The Government, inspite of many promises, also has not supported the cause of the small and medium newspapers, which has helped the larger newspapers dominate the news waves.
Nadoja editor, Mr. Ragahvendra Joshi, said on the occasion, "We have been able to survive because of our beloved readers who continuously support and motivate us. In the spirit of reaching our readers who are now spread beyond the borders of Belagavi, we have now gone online. The readers can enjoy reading us regularly on the internet and also provide us your feedback and comments."