The new website of the RSS, called ‘RSS Network for India’, was launched in December 2016.
It has already been criticized for its lack of transparency, for its inability to reach out to local and remote media, and for its failure to adequately address issues of caste and identity.
The website was designed to facilitate collaboration between the RSS and other organizations and communities to create a more effective communications mechanism to address social and economic challenges in India.
It was conceived to provide a central hub for coordinating and coordinating RSS activities in India and across the world, and to build a more equitable and inclusive India.
However, its launch has been met with some criticism from some sections of the media.
The new website has a lot of potential and the RSS needs to start working on it, said Anupama Bhardwaj, founder and managing editor of India Today, a digital news site.
But it’s a huge mistake that they’ve gone ahead and done this without consulting the public.
I am really worried about the lack of accountability and transparency of the people who are responsible for this project, Bhardwekar told NDTV.
“This is a huge opportunity for the RSS to create awareness about issues related to caste and community issues.
This will be a huge step forward in ensuring that the RSS will remain relevant in the coming decades,” said Bhardwa, who is also a former editor of The Hindu.
She added that it is important that the website be open and accessible to the public so that they can learn more about the RSS.
“This is an important development and one that will change the way people are thinking about the organisation,” Bhardwat said.
While some say the RSS could be a model for other media outlets to follow, others argue that it will be better to build the organisation in a transparent way and have a focus on the people.
The RSS, which was founded in 1925, has over 4 million members and has around 3 million active followers.
In its first year, the organisation was able to raise about Rs 1,200 crore, with its primary focus being promoting the principles of secularism and the rights of minorities.