Code of Ethics

Magatech In all of its dealings, the company is committed to transparency and decency. The overarching principles of Our Code of Ethics, which We share here for your information, govern and guide us.


The Logical Indian was developed to fill the void left by mainstream media, which failed to recognise the disconnect between what they reported and what the common audience understood. It is also Our desire to slow down the rate at which “breaking news” is broadcast, which frequently results in the dissemination of erroneous or inaccurate information in society. We follow specific ethical guidelines in order to fulfil Our vision and objective, as well as to be the most trustworthy platform for people to acquire news and information on the most important subjects.

Norms of Conduct

In order to achieve our goal of existing the most trusted source of news and information on the most important subjects, we have adopted the following principles:

Being a neutral platform that encourages discourse and allows people from various backgrounds and political tendencies to come together, discuss, and resolve issues that are important to them. Present the most up-to-date and critical facts accessible at the moment we’re reporting on a specific topic. Whenever possible, use a credit source. Plagiarism, in any form, is unethical and illegal.
Strive for issues that are balanced, unbiased, and reasonable. Keep a clear line between commercial interests and editorial decisions. Business interests cannot, under any circumstances, trump editorial judgement. Instead than breaking the news, give correct facts. If there isn’t enough information available, we’ll hold off on sharing and refrain from speculating. To make the story fair and balanced, include multiple viewpoints. If there is an error, make a public apology and correct it. If an article is not from editorial and is an advertisement/advertorial, make it clear or state it from the start. In the beginning of pressure from influential people, stay strong and steadfast. If a legal conflict arises, or if harassment occurs, stand by the editorial.