Established in 2020, The Cambay Post began as a newspaper publishing house and is now a print and web news source that stands as one of the few, if not the only truly independent, journalistic outlet for India & Indians and others who struggle with the complex moral and societal issues of the day.
The Cambay Post is an interactive news source with worldly interests; and though a large amount of its reporting deals with issues of the society, an equal amount of its coverage is a combination of the religious, political and social forces shaping public policies and institutions. We are concerned for all people and we are committed to shaping a world that recognizes the dignity of every human being, regardless of religious belief, gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or other characteristic. Throughout our history, we have been a voice for the disadvantaged and the marginalized, and we have told the stories of injustice that others simply will not print.
The Cambay Post is a Publishing Company seeks to inform and inspire a just and peaceful world, serving as a Platform for discussions of society and global community. As a company, we are committed in our publishing efforts to the Indian Culture, tradition and people. We identify with those trying to live by life-affirming teachings of justice and compassion.
Having developed through the inspiration of the Landmarks of Journalism, our spirit is independent, our management lay, our vision ecumenical. We attempt to contribute to the Indian Tradition conversation by supporting freedom, honesty, and openness and shared responsibility within the TCP reader community, the communities in which we live, and in the Society, and by promoting the vision of an Indian Revolutionary and courageous Journalism intimately linked with humanity and its history. We realize our unique responsibilities as Indian Newspaper publishers, both in our own society and in the worldwide community.
From these perspectives, our weekly newspaper reports and comments on the society and culture in the modern world. Both our print and Web publishing efforts foster an active, engaged spirituality in support of human dignity, social justice, environmental responsibility and world peace. As we dialogue within the social community and with those beyond, we balance integrity and sensitivity, keeping an editorial vision that is both prophetic and reconciling — discerning the work of journalism Spirit and also aware of human limitations.
We try, in all our management and publishing decisions, to evaluate carefully the needs of the faith community we serve and to respond effectively to those needs.