Basumati, the oldest Bengali Daily paper was edited by ___:
[A] Anand Mohan Bose
[B] Surya Sen
[C] Barinder Kumar Ghosh
[D] V. D. Savarkar

Barinder Kumar Ghosh
Barinder Kumar Ghosh was born at Norwood near London on 5th January in 1880.He was a younger brother of Aurobindo Ghosh. In 1906, to spread the revolutionary ideas and to provide fervor to Swadeshi movement ,he started a Bengali weekly-“the jugantar”. In 1907, he started the Maniktala group with Bagha Jatin and a few young revolutionary activists for the collection of arms and ammunitions and manufacturing explosives.He was sentenced to death by the trial known as Alipore Bomb Case. Later the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and was sent to the Cellular Jail in Andaman in 1909. In 1920, Barindra Kumar Ghose was released. In 1933 Barindra Kumar Ghose launched English weekly, The Dawn of India. He was also associated with The Statesman newspaper and earned the title as a columnist. In 1950, he became the editor of the Bengali daily Dainik Basumati.