Commencing publication at Lahore on February 2, 1881, The Tribune had to face numerous trials and tribulations during the British rule and yet again in 1947 when it was uprooted from its home.
In the decades past, The Tribune has fearlessly safeguarded its professional integrity and unfailingly discharged its acclaimed role as the Voice of the People. Notwithstanding the recurring ups and downs, The Tribune has continued to enjoy the pre-eminent position among the newspaper readers in the whole of North India.
Today, on the 140th anniversary of our Founding Day, the Trustees of the Tribune Trust, all functionaries of The Tribune Group of newspapers and teachers, students and staff of the Tribune School pay respectful homage to our farsighted founder, Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, and rededicate ourselves to devotedly carrying forward his noble mission.
Special write-ups are being published in the Features section of The Tribune to mark the 140th Foundation Day.
NN Vohra, President
The Tribune Trust
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