IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad launched Bharatniti.in, a public policy portal that attempts to put into perspective policy matters using an “ancient yet contemporary” approach.
The launching ceremony was held on March 18 at the Constitution Club, Rafi Marg, Delhi. IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, National general Secretary of BJP Muralidhar Rao, Chairman of National Book Trust Baldev Bhai Sharma, and Prasar Bharati Chairman A Suriyaprakash were present on the occasion.
In the official website, Bharatniti.in describes itself as an “endeavour, a platform to shape up the narrative of contemporary India necessarily through what we believe are the intrinsic values soaked with centuries of wisdom”.
The portal comprises featured opinion pieces and comments on various topics such as economics, foreign affairs, governance, education, religion and cultural, and any policy that has a direct impact on today’s India. Subject Experts, Leaders, scientists and senior journalists will share their expertise for the benefit of the reader.