Top 10 Newspapers in India

Newspapers play an important role in providing information, shaping public opinion, and holding the government and powerful interests accountable.

Dainik Jagran publishes 37 editions across 14 states covering key regions of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi NCR, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and so on.

Over the past decades, Dainik’s Bhaskar’s major focus has been connecting with ‘Bharat’ – the semi-urban and rural broader population across India’s Hindi heartland.

Times of India editorial focuses on governance, politics, and policies at the national level with strong opinion pieces from subject experts.

Launched in 1948, Amar Ujala currently has around 6.7 million readers owing to its localized content across geographies, with a special focus on rural coverage.

Over the years, Hindustan Times implemented key innovations in presentation, design, and interactive interfaces to appeal to younger upwardly mobile Indians from tier-1,2 towns.