Dhaleta Surender Kumar

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<font color="#ff0000">Special: </font>Winners and Losers

Dailies in some languages seem to have weathered the slowdown better than those in others. Metro-centric newspapers have been hurt, while those in smaller towns have managed quite well
Points of View

Where are magazines headed?

Media professionals give their take on falling readership figures and the future of magazines

Nava Bharat to launch Nasik edition in mid-August

Hindi daily, Nava Bharat, would be launching its 12th edition in mid-August in Nasik, Maharashtra

Newsprint prices down by 50 per cent in six months

Newsprint prices have come down to $460 per tonne from $960 in December 2008

Witness, a law magazine, to hit stands on July 16

Hoping to fill in the void in the law magazine space, Srigro Interactive is launching Witness tomorrow

Hindustan Times goes in for a revamp

English daily Hindustan Times has metamorphosed into a younger newspaper, with all new design and content presentation

How Fever managed to raise the temperature

In the past six months, Fever has managed to gain share in its markets by changing its strategies

People's Samachar to launch Indore edition next month

The Hindi daily, People's Samachar is all set to expand to Indore, Jabalpur and Gwalior in the coming months

Digital is the way forward, feels Mid-Day on its 30th anniversary

As Mid-Day celebrated its 30th anniversary on June 27, it looks forward to strengthening its online presence

Times gives a push to its Hindi tabloid

The afternoon Hindi tabloid, Sandhya Times, published from Delhi, gets a makeover to talk to the traders