India’s oldest national public radio broadcaster is All India Radio is known as Ākāshvāṇī (celestial announcement). It is the largest radio network in the world and is owned by Prasar Bharti, an Indian national public television broadcaster. Its main tagline is Bahujanahitaya Bahujanasukhaya. It covers 108 countries in 27 languages, out of which 15 are foreign and 12 are Indian different languages. AIR’s has 420 stations in all over India to reach at 99.19 % of the total population of India. AIR initiates different shows in 23 languages and 179 dialects.