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Wanting to be well-informed on India and understand the country better in a fast-moving world? Turn to India News & Feature Alliance (INFA), India’s most independent and objective communication agency, established in 1959. Its founder? Durga Das, Editor-in-Chief of the Hindustan Times , a leading national daily, and author of the seminal work: India from Curzon to Nehru and After, published in 1969 by Collins of Britain and John Day of the US!

INFA offers a daily fare of news and features and importantly analysis by top experts on Indian politics, business and economics. It also reports major developments in India and its various States as also about international relations. Topical backgrounders and features are provided on request. All are supplied by email in English and Hindi. Moreover, the agency has joined hands with a popular internet site sarkaritel.com to offer INFA e-service daily. INFA’s Parliament Spotlight provides the highlights of Parliament proceedings ---debates, issues and legislative business --- of great importance to public institutions and businesses. INFA Digest  - available every Friday at our site - brings into focus top stories and developments of the past week.

Besides supplying news and features by email and on internet, INFA has a Publication Division. This brings out two exclusive annuals: I
ndia Who’s Who -- biographical information on 5000 eminent Indians across the board and Press & Advertisers Year Book  – a concise book for those engaged in media and advertising. Moreover, INFA brings out new editions of India From Curzon to Nehru and After described by India’s third President as “Indian history seen from the inside.” Durga Das also edited 10 volumes of the historic correspondence (1945-50) of India’s Iron Man, Sardar Patel, free India’s Deputy Prime Minister.  

We at INFA take great pride in our objectivity, credibility, fair and balanced reporting. We give equal importance to analysis, which to us is as important as news, some times even more important. The same applies to special dossiers supplied on any subject on request by our clients. In its 49 years of experience INFA has not faced even a single contradiction. We still subscribe to the honourable classical view: Facts are sacred even as comment is free !


 Darshan Inderjit

Mg Dir & Editor-in-Chief

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