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Joginder Singh


A lawyer by profession, Joginder Singh gave up a promising career to found and establish an independent media outlet that stood for and raised the voice of the people in Punjab. His fierce writing style targeted the state machinery, bringing light to entrenched misgovernance, corruption, and personalized bureaucracies. He was met with stubborn resistance, but his for-the-people stance highlighted the plight of the citizens and the state. The efforts to muzzle his voice went in vain, and Rozana Spokesman rapidly gained traction under his leadership to transform into a prominent and independent print and digital media journalistic venture. His ideology and writing style continue to dictate the organization’s journalistic ideals, and its beliefs in representing the people, ensuring governmental and bureaucratic accountability, and reporting unbiased and truthful information to all readers. Joginder Singh has been writing for over 50+ years now and continues to write and edit the daily newspaper.


Jagjit Kaur

Managing Director

Managing Director and Master of Economics, she was a student of former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh. She has succeeded in turning Spokesman into a profitable venture and not worrying about her losses she had continued to invest in charity funds of Spokesman. She also has successfully formed a loyal team of journalists in all the districts of Punjab.


Nimrat Kaur

Managing Editor

Nimrat Kaur is recognized throughout Punjab not only for breaking into a male-dominated industry but for doing it confidently and fiercely; propelling Rozana Spokesman TV to a household name in Punjab. Founded in 2015, the platform is associated with truthful, honest, and independent journalism. She is also a founder of Spokesman Green Media. As the Managing Director, she is known for her daily editorial in the newspaper. She manages the editorial control and ensures that all produced content sticks to the journalistic ideals of our brand.

A psychologist by profession, she has previously worked with orphaned victims of torture and trauma and their psychological rehabilitation. Additionally, she has run an NGO for the past 20 years to educate those previously forced into child labor. Looking to explore her interest in media, she delved into journalism, carving a name and reputation for herself as a strong and independent voice. Her area of expertise is content creation and management. She has developed an understanding of consumerist attitudes in the digital sphere, and what content is all about. She has proved that big channels can be beaten by smaller teams, focusing solely on an interactive digital strategy coupled with strong, focused, and desirable content.


Simran Singh

Creative Director

With a Masters in Law from the Punjab University, I moved from practising law to the Spokesman newspaper in its fledgling years in 2007, matching its aim to create a positive news environment. As Creative Director of Spokesman Television, I head a team that delivers strategic and emotionally resonant content, covering small success stories and traditional Punjabi culture. Working with the Spokesman family, I have experience with the complexities of print, digital and social media as visual communication. Outside of this, writing is my personal passion.


Ujjal Satnaam

Head of Operations

Ujjal Satnaam has worked in numerous media outlets in Punjab and has a clear understanding of operating and managing a newsroom and those within it. A natural leader, he is vocal, a hard worker, and demands and ensures the highest quality of work. His interests lie in politics, current affairs, and man-management.


Charnjeet Singh

Senior & Lead Anchor

Charnjeet Singh is our senior anchor and is very popular for his assertive style of reporting on various issues. He is well-spoken, and confident and manages the team of anchors, regularly offering advice to junior anchors. Charnjeet loves spending time with his newly born daughter, and he is passionate about farming and reporting on the plight of Punjabi farmers.