Times of India

Times of India

Times of India

When I think about content marketing journals, I can’t help but think about newspapers. Yet the overwhelming popularity of the internet has left many newspapers in the dust.

Shreya Ghoshal Reacts After Twitter Digs up Her Connection With Parag Agrawal

Reacting to her now-viral old Twitter exchanges with the new CEO of the microblogging site, Parag Agrawal, singer Shreya Ghoshal said they were just "kids" back then when the social media platform had just launched in 2010.

According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2017, The Times of India is the most read English newspaper, and the eleventh most read newspaper across languages in India. The newspaper’s website claims readership of over 7.6 million. It is published from the main cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Pune, Patna, Lucknow and Jaipur among others. (Source: india.mom-rsf.org)

Ipl 2022 Retention: Virat Kohli Has Taken a Pay Cut for Larger Interest of Rcb, Says Parthiv

IPL 2022 Retention: Virat Kohli was retained by RCB as their first of three choices. The former captain was held back for Rs 15 crore as RCB would head into the mega auction with a purse of Rs 57 crore.

Two months later, India’s crisis has blown well past the scale of anything seen elsewhere during the pandemic. For six of the seven days beginning April 21, India set new global records for daily COVID-19 infections, repeatedly surpassing the 300,000 tally previously set by the U.S. Its total confirmed cases—more than 18 million—are second only to that of the U.S. By official counts, more than 200,000 have now died, and some 3,000 are dying per day. The true daily death toll is at least two times higher, says Bhramar Mukherjee, an epidemiologist at the University of Michigan, from a caseload likely at least 10 times higher, based on modeling of data from the first wave. (Source: time.com)


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