RIN Registration means registration to the newspapers. As we all know that now a day there is a wide circulation of the newspaper all across and daily some new news paper come up. The Registrar of Newspaper (RIN) is a statutory body came into existence on 1st July 1956. It has headquarters at New Delhi and Regional offices are at Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai.
The Registrar of Newspaper for India or simply RNI is the ultimate regulatory body for the newspapers in India. The importance of RNI can be gauged from the fact that anybody in our country venturing out to start a Newspaper Registration or Magazine Registration or Journals must obtain prior approval from it to validate their identity. The RNI is headquartered in New Delhi, directly controlled by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
The procedure for obtaining RNI Registration can be divided into two steps: verification of availability of title and registration of title. For verification of availability of title, an application must be submitted to the concerned authority in the requisite format for verification of title. The application must contain information such as name of the owner, language, periodicity, state, district, title options (upto 5 title options can be provided) and meaning of the titles.