Welcome to The Newz Radar. We are a group of professional journalists, researchers and storytellers who are determined to stem the ever-increasing flow of lies, misinformation and fake news that floods our daily lives.

Thanks to modern technology, we have never had so much information at our fingertips. Widespread access to the internet through mobile phones and devices enabling 24/7 access to social media platforms and news outlets has brought the world together in many ways.

But when the information we’re given is false or misleading, we can be torn apart. Misinformation can incite division and even violence. In this space we will only provide you with facts, research, and proper investigations that you can trust.

The News Radar operates on behalf of the people of Himachal Pradesh, a North Indian state which also borders China. It is an internationally significant region due in part to its most famous resident – the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama.

Himachal Pradesh has only 68 legislatures and the prominent political parties are BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) and Congress.

Our state is represented by only four Members of Parliament in the Parliament of India at Lok Sabha (lower house), and three in Rajya Sabha (upper house).

The main focus of our work is to highlight the plight of the common people, and to question the governance model when our leaders fail to deliver to the public.

Our priority is the welfare of the masses, and we are not afraid to question the actions of those who hold the power, from bureaucrats to politicians. We will challenge the leaders who come to power by making promises and then failing to keep them. We will oppose the corrupt officials with an agenda of personal interest above public interest. We believe that power is to be shared, not to be dared.

We will speak up on behalf of the poorest of the poor to ensure that their voice is carried all the way to the power corridors. We believe that policy making should be directed towards the welfare of the common people, and public money must go into the purses of the needy rather than the pockets of the greedy.