Free Press Journal changes masthead to Free Right

On the International Human Rights Day (December 10), Free Press Journal changed its masthead to Free Rights. A source mentioned that the newspaper took the step to draw the nation’s attention to the issues that deserve to be addressed. The newspaper doesn’t want to be writing about the changes that India witnesses daily but also plays a part in changing India for the better. The movement started on August 29, 2019, National Sports Day, by changing the newspaper’s 90-year-old brand name to Free Sports, followed by Free Food on October 16, 2019, World Food Day, and Free Child on November 14, 2019, Children’s Day. In the Human Rights edition, in the first two pages, contributors talked about human rights and looking at them from different points of view.

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