HT remains Number 1
The Hindustan Times has emerged once again as Delhi's most widely read English daily according to the latest Indian Readership Survey.india Updated: Oct 14, 2006 16:18 IST
The Hindustan Times has emerged once again as Delhi's most widely read English daily according to the latest Indian Readership Survey.
With a readership of over 22 lakhs in the Delhi and NCR region, the Hindustan Times continues to be way ahead of the Times of India — its nearest competitor in the market — by over 1,83,000 readers.
Earlier, the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), which tracks newspaper circulation, had also declared the Hindustan Times as the largest circulated English daily in Delhi and the whole of North India.
The newspaper's continued market domination comes from its commitment to the highest journalistic standards that delivers to its readers incisive, unbiased news and analysis. The Hindustan Times has been unparalleled in identifying the needs of its growing readership and continually enhancing the newspaper —therefore the launch of HT2, a unique pullout combining business and international news, and the Hindustan Times on Saturday.
First Published: Oct 14, 2006 16:18 IST