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The Ideal Journalist

Malaviya served the country in many fields. But in the educational field his service was exceptional. This made him immortal. But his service to journalism was not insignificant.

When he took over as editor of the daily 'The Hindusthan' he had said to the owner of the newspaper Raja Rampal Singh, "There should not be even a little interference in my work as the editor. I should have complete freedom", It was only because the Raja agreed to this condition and allowed Malaviya full freedom, that Malaviya undertook the heavy responsibility editorship. In those days Pandit Pratap Narayan Mishra and Shri Balmukund Gupta were considered as stalwarts in the field of journalism. Malaviya gained the intimate friendship of these mighty journalists.

Malaviya was a guide to numerous small newspapers. 'Gopala' was a weekly published from Delhi; it was under his protection. Likewise, he was the moving spirit behind 'Abhyudaya', a paper edited by Babu Purushotthamdas Tandon.

He had all the good qualities that make a world - famous journalist. He made use of newspapers for the service of the country. At the same time he enriched the journalistic world enriched by him.

This is what Malaviya used to say: a journalist should have ideals; he must have self -respect and a sense of honor; he must have dignity and a sense of responsibility. He must be a good man and a man of character and must follow the ideals of truth and justice. Malaviya himself was endowed with all the qualities that make a good journalist.

Malaviya purchased the newspaper 'The Hindusthan Times' of Delhi and ran it successfully for a number of years. He handed over the newspaper to an organization when his time was taken up with other work. 'The Hindusthan Times' and 'The Hindusthan' now being published from Delhi are the fruits of his inspiration.

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