|Editor-in-chief||Ashok Das (Founding Editor)|
|Categories||News magazine, Web television channel|
|First issue||June 2012|
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History and profile
Dalit Dastak was first issued in 2012 with Ashok Das as the editor in chief. As of August 2017[update], it did not have a significant readership, in common with much of Dalit literature, and was a loss-making publication. It had, however, grown from a circulation 2,000 in 2012 to one of 25,000 by 2016.
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- अब बौद्धिक क्षेत्र में गूंज रहीं हैं दलित आवाजें
- Dalit magazine turns spotlight on India's low-caste plight
- Internet Dalits Aren't Here to Make Friends, They Have a Serious Agenda
- 3 Dalit youngsters who are breaking caste barriers to script own stories
- Farewell to media dreams
- Upswing in Dalit writing, but where are the readers?
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