Is the new Indian Express an English newspaper?

Is the new Indian Express an English newspaper?

The New Indian Express is an Indian English-language broadsheet daily newspaper produced by Express Publications in Chennai. It was launched on 15 March 1995.

It has been called a "newspaper with style" and it has won several awards for its design and writing. The New Indian Express has a nationwide reach and is published in both print and online versions.

It has a mix of news, views, analysis, sports, culture, business, lifestyle and satire content. The paper is based in Chennai but its circulation includes major cities across India including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Pune and Ahmedabad.

The New Indian Express is published in tabloid format and consists of six sections: News, Sport, Lifestyle, Science & Tech, Business and Economy, and Opinion. There are also two special sections: Metro and Living.

The paper has received several awards including Best Regional Daily at the 44th National Newspaper Awards, three times (2000, 2001, 2002); Best Feature Story at the 45th National Newspaper Awards (2003); Gold Medal for Editorial Work at the 46th National Newspaper Awards (2004).

Is there a distinction between Indian Express and New Indian Express?

The northern editions, headquartered in Mumbai, kept the Indian Express identity on August 13, 1999, while the southern editions became The New Indian Express. It has won several awards for its journalism.

It has been called "the most respected English newspaper in India" and is widely regarded as one of the best newspapers in the world. With a readership of over 1 million, it is the largest circulating English newspaper in the country.

Its sister paper is The Hindu, which was launched on 15 February 1952. Both are owned by M. G. Ramachandran's Madras Press group.

Before the launch of New Indian Express, The Times of India had a successful run of more than 70 years. It began publication on 23 March 1935, and was then called The Bombay Times Journal. It was founded by S. Radhakrishnan and his wife Renuka who were both students of Sir John William Mackenzie, who established The Glasgow Herald in 1812. They also borrowed a printing press from St. Petersburg's Nevsky Printing House to start their new newspaper.

Radhakrishnan took a loan of Rs. 10,000 from a private bank to start his newspaper. Within four months, he sold three tickets for £5000 each to increase circulation.

What is the difference between the Indian Express and the New Indian Express?

The Indian Express is an English-language daily newspaper published in India. The southern editions adopted the moniker The New Indian Express, whilst the northern editions, located in Mumbai, kept the old Indian Express moniker with "The" added to the title. The new paper was launched on 3 February 2010.

In terms of circulation, The Indian Express is the largest-selling daily in India. It has a broad readership that includes people from all sections of society including politicians, business leaders, academics, writers and activists.

The New Indian Express is a sister publication of The Indian Express. It covers news from the northern states of India, especially Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Unlike its elder brother, which is published in Tamil and Malayalam, The New Indian Express is published in Hindi language. However, a small section of the paper is available in English too.

The Indian Express was founded by S. Anantharamakrishnan in Kolkata in 1950. He also became its first editor. The New Indian Express was launched by The Indian Express group in 2010. Subsequently, in 2011, it acquired the Bangalore based newspaper Hooti Magazine from the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, Om Birla. In 2012, it launched two more newspapers named Madurai Free Press and Pune Mirror.

Is the Indian Express a national newspaper?

The Indian Express Group publishes it in Mumbai. The group was split between family members in 1999, eight years after its founder, Ramnath Goenka, died in 1991. The paper has won several awards for journalism and writing.

It has a circulation of more than 1 million copies, and is best known for its editorial stance and its exposés. The Indian Express has been at the forefront of many public controversies including the 1992 Bombay bombings, the 1994 North Indian floods, the 1995 Bangalore explosions, the 2001 Gujarat riots, the 2002 Godhra violence, and the 2007 Kashmir earthquake.

Goenka founded The Indian Express on 2 January 1948. He had just returned from London where he was studying economics when he decided to start his own newspaper. The first issue of The Indian Express appeared on 2 January 1948. It was printed by the Hindustan Times Press at 6 South Avenue, Calcutta (now Kolkata).

It was inspired by the British newspaper The Express, which had a shorter history but also started out as a weekly journal. Both papers were owned by the same company, the Glasgow-based Daily Express & Morning News Ltd. That company was seeking to expand into India and hired Goenka to be its manager in Calcutta.

Which is the sister publication of the Indian Express?

The Indian Express is an English-language daily newspaper published in India. The Indian Express Group publishes it in Mumbai. The Hindustan Times

Journalism of Courage
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Sister newspapersThe Financial Express Loksatta Jansatta
OCLC number70274541

Is Jansatta the Hindi version of Indian Express?

Indian Express Limited is an Indian news media publishing firm. It publishes numerous highly distributed daily in English, including The Indian Express and The Financial Express, as well as Loksatta in Marathi and Jansatta in Hindi. Its headquarters are in New Delhi.

It was founded in 1876 by Gopal Kanda under the name of Eastern Daily News. In 1951, it became a fully owned government company with the name Indian Express Ltd. In 1969, it started publishing in Mumbai too under the name of Indian Express. In 1995, it acquired Loksatta, an Urdu newspaper that had been published for nearly 50 years. In 1997, it launched Jansatta, another weekly newspaper in the Hindi language.

The Indian Express has won several awards over the years for its journalism. It also has a reputation for fast reporting. The newspaper has offices across India with its head office in New Delhi.

So, Indian Express is one of the oldest newspapers in Asia. It is published in three languages: Hindi, Urdu and English. This shows how popular it is among readers in north India.

Where was the first Indian Express newspaper published?

P. Varadarajulu Naidu, an Ayurvedic doctor and Indian National Congress member, founded the Indian Express on September 5, 1932 in Madras (now Chennai), printing from the same press where he managed the Tamil Nadu Tamil weekly. He also edited and published it for the next three decades. The Indian Express is one of the largest-circulation newspapers in India.

Naidu wanted to compete with the dominant English daily The Hindu which had been launched four years earlier. Like The Hindu, the Indian Express was also published on Sundays.

In addition to politics and news, the paper included articles on culture, education, science, and technology. It also published reviews of books, movies, and concerts.

The Indian Express has been called "the voice of the Indian Nationalist Movement" and "a mouthpiece for the Indian National Congress".

Besides publishing from Madras, the paper had offices in other cities including Bombay (now Mumbai), Calcutta (Kolkata), Delhi, Hyderabad, and London. It closed its last office in Bombay in 1950 but continued to publish from Madras until June 1951 when that city's closing down made the Indian Express' closure official.

After Independence in 1947, many national leaders contributed to the growth of the paper.

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