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Hindustan Times is India's second largest English newspaper and known for its credible and varied reporting. Winner of several national and international awards, Hindustan Times aims to provide understanding and perspectives behind everyday news. Using its nation-wide network of reporting and excellent editorial strength, Hindustan Times understands that the newspaper reader of today is used to getting news from multiple sources and looks to aid his 'scan-and-surf' behavior. While keeping the writing style and design trendy, the content remains of very high quality with several contributors of international repute like RK Pachauri, Ramachandra Guha, Rajdeep Sardesai, Barkha Dutt and Vir Sanghvi.
Apart from news and intelligent analyses, Hindustan Times has very strong features content on its weekend editions. Covering topical as well as esoteric subjects under books, cinema, music, travel, food, it is an essential guide on things to DO (the Saturday section) during the weekends as well as THINK (the Sunday section) about.
The Kindle Edition of Hindustan Times contains most articles found in the print edition. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle starting at 6.00 AM, Delhi local time
- Language : English
- Publication date : January 18, 2021
- Date First Available : December 1, 2009
- Publisher : HT Media Limited (January 18, 2021)
- ASIN : B002KMIY1I
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While most of the information is probably available on the Web, it is real cool to be reading the Hindustan Times every morning and seeing great coverage of Indian news, politics, sports as well as international and regional coverage.
Hopefully, the leading leading Indian newspapers like the Times of India, Indian Express and the Hindu will follow suit.
My two main grouses are:
Currently they only have the Delhi edition and I wish that they offered the Mumbai edition as well. There are a lot of city-centric articles and rather than read about an unknown city, I want to keep up with what's happening in my home city.
Also, what happened to Brunch? I was eagerly waiting for the Sunday edition and turns out that Brunch is not included in the subscription.
If people at HT are listening,please fix these two issues soon!
₹500 /Month for a paper...that to limited edition ..Mumbai and Delhi..No Way....
It sd be idealy free and main source sd b adds for income or ar max ₹50/Month