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( January 1, 2015 )
"Reader is the true patron of a newspaper. It is the reader’s confidence which takes newspaper to greater heights. Therefore, it is necessary to maintain this confidence in deeds,” noted Vijay Darda, in a special article published on January 14, 2012, to mark the 23rd anniversary of Lokmat group’s Hindi daily Lokmat Samachar."
Read in: Hindi 
( January 14, 2014 )
"In a special write-up published on January 14, 2014, to mark the Silver Jubilee of the launch of Lokmat group’s Hindi daily Lokmat Samachar, Vijay Darda stated, “Lokmat Samachar broke the barrier of language and set standards, maintaining the highest values and ethics of journalism, following the path shown its founder & veteran freedom fighter ‘Babuji’ Jawaharlal Darda."
Read in: Hindi 
( October 13, 2013 )
"As long as the press is free, democracy will exist. Without free press, democracy will not survive,” wrote Vijay Darda in a special editorial on Freedom of Expression, which appeared in Lokmat group newspapers"
Read in: English or Marathi 
 
 
( July 31, 2013 )
"Hailing the CWC decision on formation of separate Telangana state, Vijay Darda opined, in a special article on July 31, 2013, “We the people of Vidarbha welcome this decision with just a cheer. It has put Vidarbha on the same footing as both Telangana and Vidarbha regions were recommended for independent statehood by first States Reorganisation Commission.”
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( Jan 26, 2013 )
"Reiterating the Lokmat Media’s commitment towards the society on the occasion of the launch of Nashik edition of Lokmat Times on January 26, 2013, Vijay Darda asserted, “It is proud privilege for me and the Lokmat group to bring to your doorsteps Lokmat Times on the auspicious occasion of the Republic Day, a day when every Indian dedicates himself to the avowed principle of a secular democracy and upholds its cherished values.”
Read in: English
( August 15, 2012 )
"In the demise of Vilasrao Deshmukh, the country lost an amiable leader, administrator par excellence, development-oriented sensible leader who was always concerned about the welfare of aam admi,” noted Vijay Darda, expressing profound grief in a special article published on August 15, 2012, after the untimely passing away of the versatile Congress leader"
Read in: Hindi