HT gets bigger, better & brighter
Starting today, Hindustan Times brings you a revamped version.Check out the new-look HTindia Updated: Jun 02, 2006 19:02 IST
Starting today, we're making two innovations in the Hindustan Times. Simultaneously, we've also expanded and revamped every section of the paper to give you quality coverage.
Our first innovation is HT2 Business & World, a brand-new eight-page pullout. As the name suggests, it's about business and world news, views and trends:
• Expanded coverage of the world of business.
• Billboard, a weekly page on advertising and marketing.
• A reader-friendly stocks page and a weekly spread on personal finance with elaborate mutual-funds listings.
The easy-to-navigate HT2 will appear six days a week, Monday through Saturday.
Our second innovation is the Hindustan Times on Saturday, which you will get to see tomorrow. The heart of our new Saturday paper remains news that is crisply written and relevant. We have added Q&A and news2use in Metro, the week in numbers and Saturday rewind in Nation, and a bumper Saturday sport section with many new features and columns and more visuals to take you where the action is. There is more on Saturdays:
• A revamped edit page with more space for your letters.
• An Op-ed page with cutting-edge writing: Urban Gypsy goes around the world while International Dispatches brings home global opinion and commentary.
• Catch the buzz on what's happening in Delhi and read our weekly profile on the People page.
• Reviews brings together Poonam Saxena's TV column and the latest film releases along with a roundup of the Capital's cultural scene.
• And our Faith page connects you to your inner voice.
There are new features in Sunday HT and Brunch gets a makeover — it's bolder and brighter, but it's still your favourite Sunday magazine.
Weekends apart, you'll find a lot more in your HT every day of the week: More Delhi, more India and more sport.
To a large extent these additions are a result of your feedback to us. They recognise your changing aspirations and requirements. At the Hindustan Times we've always believed in keeping one step ahead without compromising on our core news values. The paper you hold today and the package you'll see tomorrow are an outcome of that belief. Do keep sending us your feedback, and we'll keep giving you a paper that is simply the best in news, in writing and in relevance.