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Eyewatch is an emergency alert system, a free mobile app on your mobile phone, which at the press of a button sends multiple messages, emails, images, videos, sound bytes, and your location status to your near and dear ones automatically alerting them of your emergency.
Eyewatch is a cool security mobile app developed by Indianeye Security Pvt. Ltd. for the personal security of every Indian. The app can be used in emergency conditions like Eyewatch is an emergency alert system, a free mobile app on your mobile phone, which at the press of a button sends multiple messages, emails, images, videos, sound bytes, and your location status to your near and dear ones automatically alerting them of your emergency.
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Eyewatch is a cool security mobile app developed by Indianeye Security Pvt. Ltd. for the personal security of every Indian. The app can be used in emergency conditions like Ragging, Assault on Women, Road Rage, Accidents, Medical Emergency, Personal Security Threats and Travel emergencies.

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The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel is a five-star hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, next to the Gateway of India.
Part of the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, this hotel is considered the flagship property of the group and contains 560 rooms and 44 suites. There are some 1,500 staff including 35 butlers. From a historical and architectural point of view, the two buildings that make up the hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace and the Tower are two distinct buildings, built at different times and in different architectural designs.
The hotel has hosted many notable guests, from presidents to captains of industry and stars of show business
The hotel's original building was commissioned by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16 December 1903.
It is widely believed that Jamsetji Tata decided to build the hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Watson's Hotel, as it was restricted to "whites only". However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries. Instead they suggest that the Taj was built at the urging of editor of The Times of India who felt a hotel "worthy of Bombay" was needed.
The original Indian architects were Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya and D. N. Mirza, and the project was completed by an English engineer, W. A. Chambers. The builder was Khansaheb Sorabji Ruttonji Contractor who also designed and built its famous central floating staircase. The cost of construction was £250,000 (£127 million today).
During World War I the hotel was converted into a hospital with 600 beds.
The Taj Mahal Tower, an additional wing of the hotel, was opened in 1973. It was designed by Melton Bekker
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On 31 January 1963, the peacock was declared the National Bird of India because of its rich religious and legendary involvement in Indian traditions. The criteria for this choice were many. The bird must be well-distributed within the country so it could truly 'national'. It must be recognisable to the common man. It must lend itself to formal depiction, i.e. abstract depiction on government publications, etc. It must not be confused with the bird emblem of any other nation. It should be associated with Indian myths and legends. The peacock fit the bill.

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Morachi Chincholi, which translates to a village of tamarind trees with peacocks, is a small village around 35 kms from the city of Pune in Maharashtra, India. A village with more peacocks than people, its a great weekend getaway for someone looking for some natural rejuvenation.

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The Times of India (TOI) is a popular English-language broadsheet daily newspaper in India. It has the widest circulation among all English-language newspapers in the world, across all formats (broadsheet, compact, Berliner and online).[2][3] It is owned and managed by Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. which is owned by the Sahu Jain family.

In 2008, the newspaper reported that (with a circulation of over 3.14 million) it was certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulations as the world's largest selling English broadsheet newspaper, placing as the 8th largest selling newspaper in any language in the world.[4] According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2008, the Times of India is the most widely read English newspaper in India with a readership of 13.3 million. This ranks the Times of India as the top English newspaper in India by readership.[5] According to ComScore, TOI Online is world's most-visited newspaper website with 159 million page views in May 2009, ahead of the New York Times, The Sun, Washington Post, Daily Mail and USA Today websites.

History

The Times of India was founded on November 3, 1838 as The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce,[6] during the British Raj. It adopted its present name in 1861. Published every Saturday and Wednesday, The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce was launched as a bi-weekly edition. It contained news from Europe, the Americas, and the Subcontinent, and was conveyed between India and Europe via regular steamships. The daily editions of the paper were started from 1850 and by 1861, the Bombay Times was renamed The Times of India. In the 19th century this newspaper company employed more than 800 people and had a sizable circulation in India and Europe. Originally British-owned and controlled, its last British editor was Ivor S. Jehu, who resigned the editorship in 1950. It was after India's Independence that the ownership of the paper passed on to the then famous industrial family of Dalmiyas and later it was taken over by Sahu Shanti Prasad Jain of the Sahu Jain group from Bijnore, UP.

The Times of India is published by the media group Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. This company, along with its other group companies, known as The Times Group, also publishes The Economic Times, Mumbai Mirror, the Navbharat Times (a Hindi-language daily broadsheet), the Maharashtra Times (a Marathi-language daily broadsheet).

The Times is self-declared as a liberal newspaper,[1] and is sometimes described as irreverent.[7]

The present management of The Times Group has been instrumental in changing the outlook of Indian journalism. In India, as is elsewhere in the world, the Editor of a newspaper has traditionally been considered as the most notable position in a newspaper set up. The Times of India, however, changed this in the early 1990s, in keeping with the management policy of treating the newspaper as just another brand in the market. The main newspaper and its many sub-editions are now run by individuals often referred to as 'faceless editors'. The paper has diluted the authority of the editor to a great extent, with Managers and Marketing staff involved in selling advertisement space, occupying the top slot in the practical order of hierarchy. The parent company has recently launched a controversial new business initiative, called "Private Treaties," offering to take an equity stake in a company in exchange for advertising. While the management has weakened the Editorial, it has strengthened the technical, circulation, and the business sides of the newspaper, making it the most profitable newspaper in the country.

In January 2007, the Kannada edition was launched in Bangalore and in April 2008 the Chennai edition was launched. Their main rivals in India are The Hindu and Hindustan Times, which hold second and third position by circulation.[8]

[edit] Web presence

According to research carried out by ComScore (an Internet market research company), timesofindia.com was the world's most popular news portal as of May 2009, with 159 million page views.[2]

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As Burke has said force cannot be a lasting means. In his speech on conciliation with America he uttered this memorable warning: "First, sir, permit me to observe, that the use of force alone is but temporary. It may subdue for a moment: but it does not remove the necessity of subduing again; and a nation is not governed which is perpetually to be conquered."
"My net objection is its uncertainty. Terror is not always the effect of force, and an armament is not a victory. If you do not succeed, you are without resource, for, conciliation failing, force remains; but force failing, no further hope of reconciliation is left. Power and authority are sometimes bought by kindness; but they can never be begged as alms by an impoverished and defeated violence.
A further objection to force is that you impair the object by your very endeavors to preserve it. The thing you fought for is the things which you recover, but depreciated, sunk, wasted and consumed in the contest."
This is probably the finest picture so what happen when moral force fails and brutal force takes it's place.
Artist: Vipul Shende

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Always a good read
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The Bandra Worli Sea Link will be an 8-lane, cable-stayed bridge with pre-stressed concrete viaduct approaches, which will link Bandra and the western suburbs of Mumbai with Worli and central Mumbai, and is the first phase of the proposed West Island Freeway system. The Rs. 1600 crore project of Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) is being executed by Hindustan Construction Company. Although expected to have been completed by December 2008, after a long delay of 5 years, construction is still underway. As per the Times of India, the bridge is now slated to open on May 1, 2009 on Maharastra day. The Sea Link will enable speedy travel between Bandra and Worli, cutting travel times up to one hour.


The project was initiated more than 10 years ago but it was delayed due to public interest litigations and inability on the part of the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Ltd (MSRDC Ltd.), which is the main developer of the project, to adhere to the project milestones. Mr Anil Deshmukh, State Public Works Minister (Public Undertakings), addressing the media, said that the original cost of the bridge was Rs 400 crore but due to opposition from the Worli fisherfolk the project was delayed and costs escalated. The project was then Added up more 3.6 km adding up total cost of aroung 1200, escalting it from Rs 400 crore to Rs 1600 crore. Which extended Bandra-Worli Sea Link to 2.0 Km to 5.6 Km, adding up more 3.6 Km which extended it up till Haji Ali. Mr Anil Deshmukh added that the toll on the sea link would be collected for 30 years.

Presently the work is in full swing and the Bandra Worli Sea-Link is expected to be complete by March 2009


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The classic corridor! Seems to be facing you all the time..does nt matter whether you view it from any direction!!

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Thanks everyone!! This one got published in the Times of India -Doon Plus too! yayy! Thanks!!

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這是要背回去台灣給Victor當禮物的每日印度時報
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Mumbai Ghoda - by Varsha Pandit and Jamnabai Narsee School kids.
The Metropolitan city, a city which never sleeps. Mumbai with its vast cultures Languages, expanse, Heritage and its never ending, never say die sprit has a mesmerizing effect.
The pouring into this city seem to get so busy in their own world they seem to ignore the true sprit of that is Mumbai.
To sum up or to summon up the sprit into a visual the galloping sprit of Mumbai the symbolic use of Horse - which other can be more suitable?
The ultimate and trusted travel companion, the once life - line to many which also suggests the process of evolving with its motto ever so pure ever so clear.
Varsha Pandit and Jamnabai Narsee School kids

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Must View On Black .
i think i am in love with this Structure and also this shot . .
i am sorry i haven't been posting much new stuff lately . . i have been a lil too busy . . hope to change that soon , maybe . .
meanwhile here's a different edit of such a previous shot.

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The Taj Mahal
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The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower is a prestigious luxury hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, India, next to the Gateway of India. Part of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces, this iconic 105-year old heritage building retains its stature as the flagship property of the group and contains 565 rooms. From an historical and architectural point of view, The Taj Mahal Palace and the Tower are two distinct buildings, built at different times and in different architectural designs.
The Taj Mahal Palace hotel resort was commissioned by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on December 16, 1903.

It is widely believed that Tata decided to build the luxurious hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Parke's Apollo Hotel, as it was restricted to 'whites only'. However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Jamsedji Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries. Instead they suggest that the Taj was built at the urging of editor of the Times of India who felt a hotel "worthy of Bombay" was needed.
The original Indian architects were Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya and D. N. Mirza, but the project was completed by an English engineer W. A. Chambers. The cost of construction was £250000 (£127 million today).During World War I, the hotel was converted into a 600-bed hospital. The dome of the hotel is made from the same steel as used in the Eiffel Tower. Jamsedji Tata imported the same steel during that time. The hotel was the first in India to install and operate a steam elevator.

On November 26, 2008, in a series of attacks in the southern part of Mumbai, the hotel (as well as the Oberoi) was attacked as part of a terrorist attack in Mumbai, during which material damage occurred including the destruction of the roof of the hotel in the hours afterwards. Hostages were taken during the attacks. At least 167 people were killed in the attacks and 293 wounded (the numbers include casualties at CST railway station, The Oberoi Hotel, Nariman House and the Cama Hospital), including many foreigners. The casualties were mostly Indian citizens, although westerners carrying foreign passports were singled out. Indian commandos killed the gunmen barricaded in the hotel to end the three-day battle.

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Gateway Of India
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The Gateway of India is a monument in Mumbai, India. Located on the waterfront in Apollo Bunder area in South Mumbai, the Gateway is a basalt arch 26 metres (85 ft) high. In earlier times, the Gateway was the monument that visitors arriving by boat would have first seen in the city of Bombay.
The Gateway is built from yellow basalt and reinforced concrete. While its design is a combination of both Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, the Gateway of India is a symbol of Hinduism & Islam. Many of its elements are derived from the Muslim architectural styles of 16th century Gujarat. The pillars are derived from the design of Hindu temples and the design of the Gateway's windows comes from Muslim architecture.

The central dome is 15 metres (49 ft) in diameter and is 26 metres (85 ft) above ground at its highest point. The whole harbour front was realigned in order to come in line with a planned esplanade which would sweep down to the centre of the town. The cost of the construction was Rs. 21 lakhs (2,100,000), borne mainly by the Government of India. For lack of funds, the approach road was never built, and so the Gateway stands at an angle to the road leading up to it.




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That's the Taj Mahal Hotel and Gateway Of India , taken from atop a ferry on a very windy day !!

The Taj Mahal
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The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower is a prestigious luxury hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, India, next to the Gateway of India. Part of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces, this iconic 105-year old heritage building retains its stature as the flagship property of the group and contains 565 rooms. From an historical and architectural point of view, The Taj Mahal Palace and the Tower are two distinct buildings, built at different times and in different architectural designs.
The Taj Mahal Palace hotel resort was commissioned by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on December 16, 1903.

It is widely believed that Tata decided to build the luxurious hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Parke's Apollo Hotel, as it was restricted to 'whites only'. However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Jamsedji Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries. Instead they suggest that the Taj was built at the urging of editor of the Times of India who felt a hotel "worthy of Bombay" was needed.
The original Indian architects were Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya and D. N. Mirza, but the project was completed by an English engineer W. A. Chambers. The cost of construction was £250000 (£127 million today).During World War I, the hotel was converted into a 600-bed hospital. The dome of the hotel is made from the same steel as used in the Eiffel Tower. Jamsedji Tata imported the same steel during that time. The hotel was the first in India to install and operate a steam elevator.

On November 26, 2008, in a series of attacks in the southern part of Mumbai, the hotel (as well as the Oberoi) was attacked as part of a terrorist attack in Mumbai, during which material damage occurred including the destruction of the roof of the hotel in the hours afterwards. Hostages were taken during the attacks. At least 167 people were killed in the attacks and 293 wounded (the numbers include casualties at CST railway station, The Oberoi Hotel, Nariman House and the Cama Hospital), including many foreigners. The casualties were mostly Indian citizens, although westerners carrying foreign passports were singled out. Indian commandos killed the gunmen barricaded in the hotel to end the three-day battle.

Gateway Of India
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The Gateway of India is a monument in Mumbai, India. Located on the waterfront in Apollo Bunder area in South Mumbai, the Gateway is a basalt arch 26 metres (85 ft) high. In earlier times, the Gateway was the monument that visitors arriving by boat would have first seen in the city of Bombay.
The Gateway is built from yellow basalt and reinforced concrete. While its design is a combination of both Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, the Gateway of India is a symbol of Hinduism & Islam. Many of its elements are derived from the Muslim architectural styles of 16th century Gujarat. The pillars are derived from the design of Hindu temples and the design of the Gateway's windows comes from Muslim architecture.

The central dome is 15 metres (49 ft) in diameter and is 26 metres (85 ft) above ground at its highest point. The whole harbour front was realigned in order to come in line with a planned esplanade which would sweep down to the centre of the town. The cost of the construction was Rs. 21 lakhs (2,100,000), borne mainly by the Government of India. For lack of funds, the approach road was never built, and so the Gateway stands at an angle to the road leading up to it.



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The Taj Mahal
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The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower is a prestigious luxury hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, India, next to the Gateway of India. Part of the Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces, this iconic 105-year old heritage building retains its stature as the flagship property of the group and contains 565 rooms. From an historical and architectural point of view, The Taj Mahal Palace and the Tower are two distinct buildings, built at different times and in different architectural designs.
The Taj Mahal Palace hotel resort was commissioned by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on December 16, 1903.

It is widely believed that Tata decided to build the luxurious hotel after he was refused entry to one of the city's grand hotels of the time, Parke's Apollo Hotel, as it was restricted to 'whites only'. However, this story has been challenged by some commentators that suggest that Jamsedji Tata was unlikely to have been concerned with 'revenge' against his British adversaries. Instead they suggest that the Taj was built at the urging of editor of the Times of India who felt a hotel "worthy of Bombay" was needed.
The original Indian architects were Sitaram Khanderao Vaidya and D. N. Mirza, but the project was completed by an English engineer W. A. Chambers. The cost of construction was £250000 (£127 million today).During World War I, the hotel was converted into a 600-bed hospital. The dome of the hotel is made from the same steel as used in the Eiffel Tower. Jamsedji Tata imported the same steel during that time. The hotel was the first in India to install and operate a steam elevator.

On November 26, 2008, in a series of attacks in the southern part of Mumbai, the hotel (as well as the Oberoi) was attacked as part of a terrorist attack in Mumbai, during which material damage occurred including the destruction of the roof of the hotel in the hours afterwards. Hostages were taken during the attacks. At least 167 people were killed in the attacks and 293 wounded (the numbers include casualties at CST railway station, The Oberoi Hotel, Nariman House and the Cama Hospital), including many foreigners. The casualties were mostly Indian citizens, although westerners carrying foreign passports were singled out. Indian commandos killed the gunmen barricaded in the hotel to end the three-day battle.

Gateway Of India
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The Gateway of India is a monument in Mumbai, India. Located on the waterfront in Apollo Bunder area in South Mumbai, the Gateway is a basalt arch 26 metres (85 ft) high. In earlier times, the Gateway was the monument that visitors arriving by boat would have first seen in the city of Bombay.
The Gateway is built from yellow basalt and reinforced concrete. While its design is a combination of both Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, the Gateway of India is a symbol of Hinduism & Islam. Many of its elements are derived from the Muslim architectural styles of 16th century Gujarat. The pillars are derived from the design of Hindu temples and the design of the Gateway's windows comes from Muslim architecture.

The central dome is 15 metres (49 ft) in diameter and is 26 metres (85 ft) above ground at its highest point. The whole harbour front was realigned in order to come in line with a planned esplanade which would sweep down to the centre of the town. The cost of the construction was Rs. 21 lakhs (2,100,000), borne mainly by the Government of India. For lack of funds, the approach road was never built, and so the Gateway stands at an angle to the road leading up to it.



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and the shop keeper in Old Dehli.
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Times_of_India

The Times of India (TOI) is a popular English-language broadsheet daily newspaper in India. It has the widest circulation among all English-language daily newspapers in the world, across all formats (broadsheet, compact, Berliner and online).[2][3] It is owned and managed by Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. which is owned by the Sahu Jain family.

In 2008, the newspaper reported that (with a circulation of over 3.14 million) it was certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulations as the world's largest selling English-language daily newspaper, placing as the 8th largest selling newspaper in any language in the world.[4] According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) 2008, the Times of India is the most widely read English newspaper in India with a readership of 13.3 million. This ranks the Times of India as the top English newspaper in India by readership.[5] According to ComScore, TOI Online is the world's most-visited newspaper website with 159 million page views in May 2009, ahead of the New York Times, The Sun, Washington Post, Daily Mail and USA Today websites.
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* 1 History
* 2 Editions
* 3 Web presence
* 4 People associated with the Times of India
* 5 Supplements
* 6 See also
* 7 References
* 8 External links

[edit] History

The Times of India was founded on November 3, 1838 as The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce,[6] during the British Raj. It was adopted in 1861. Published every Saturday and Wednesday, The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce was launched as a bi-weekly edition. It contained news from Europe, the Americas, and the Subcontinent, and was conveyed between India and Europe via regular steamships. The daily editions of the paper were started from 1850 and by 1861, the Bombay Times was renamed The Times of India. In the 19th century this newspaper company employed more than 800 people and had a sizable circulation in India and Europe. Originally British-owned and controlled, its last British editor was Ivor S. Jehu, who resigned the editorship in 1950. It was after India's Independence that the ownership of the paper passed on to the then famous industrial family of Dalmiyas and later it was taken over by Sahu Shanti Prasad Jain of the Sahu Jain group from Bijnore, UP.

The Times of India is published by the media group Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. This company, along with its other group companies, known as The Times Group, also publishes The Economic Times, Mumbai Mirror, the Navbharat Times (a Hindi-language daily broadsheet), the Maharashtra Times (a Marathi-language daily broadsheet).

The Times is self-declared as a liberal newspaper,[1] and is sometimes described as irreverent.[7]

The present management of The Times Group has been instrumental in changing the outlook of Indian journalism. In India, as is elsewhere in the world, the Editor of a newspaper has traditionally been considered as the most notable position in a newspaper set up. The Times of India, however, changed this in the early 1990s, in keeping with the management policy of treating the newspaper as just another brand in the market. The main newspaper and its many sub-editions are now run by editors who are appointed within the ranks and the company gives equal chance to everyone to occupy the editor's seat. The Times Group also places equal focus and importance to every department and function - which has made it a professional entity and ensured its place as the most profitable newspaper in the country.

In January 2007, the Kannada edition was launched in Bangalore and in April 2008 the Chennai edition was launched. Their main rivals in India are The Hindu and Hindustan Times, which hold second and third position by circulation.[8]
[edit] Editions

The Times of India is printed from the following places:

* Ahmedabad
* Bhubaneswar
* Bengaluru
* Bhopal
* Chandigarh
* Chennai
* Delhi
* Goa
* Guwahati
* Hyderabad
* Indore
* Jaipur
* Kanpur
* Kolkata
* Lucknow
* Mangalore
* Mumbai
* Mysore
* Nagpur
* Patna
* Pune
* Ranchi
* Surat

Total Average Circulation for 2008: 3,433,000 copies

World Top Ten English Dailies (as per Net Sales)

1. The Times of India (India): 3,433,000 2. The Sun (UK): 3,046,000 3. USA Today (USA): 2,293,000 4. Daily Mail (UK): 2,194,000 5. The Wall Street Journal (USA): 2,012,000 6. The Daily Mirror (UK): 1,400,000 7. The Hindu (India): 1,331,000 8. The Hindustan Times (India): 1,189,000 9. The Deccan Chronicle (India): 1,003,000 10: The New York Times (USA): 1,001,000

Source: World Press Trends 2009 (published by World Association of Newspapers)
[edit] Web presence

According to research carried out by ComScore (an Internet market research company), timesofindia.com was the world's most popular news portal as of May 2009, with 159 million page views.[2]
[edit] People associated with the Times of India

* Indu Jain, current Chairman
* Samir Jain, Vice-Chairman & Publisher
* Vineet Jain, Managing Director
* Jug Suraiya (associate editor, columnist, "Jugular Vein," cartoonist, "Dubyaman II")
* Swaminathan Aiyar (columnist, "Swaminomics")
* R. K. Laxman ("You Said It" editorial cartoon, featuring the famous Common Man)
* Bachi Karkaria, columnist, "Erratica"
* Shobha De, columnist
* Jaideep Bose, Executive Editor
* M J Akbar, Columnist, "The Siege Within" and former Editorial Team
* Gurcharan Das, Columnist
* K. Subrahmanyam, Columnist and Strategic Affairs commentator
* Gautam Adhikari, former Executive Editor, Editorial Consultant
* Russi Karanjia, assistant editor during the 1930s
* Trivadi, columnist and humorist well known for his editorials, humor pieces, and satirical poems.

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A couple of years ago we travelled through India. I shot this picture after i just bought a train ticket which would get us, out of New Delhi, to Jaipur. I had returned to Delhi from the North of the country (Ladakh) and the monsoon had already started in in this region of India, so we were leaving -again- and this time for the hot, dry and peaceful desert of Rajasthan.
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Every morning and evening, women from the village walk hundreds of meters to the well to bring back drinking water for their families.

Water for cooking and drinking is stored in 'matkas', which were originally terracotta jars (there's one in the background) but steel matkas are also commonly used these days.

Taken at my grandfather's farm outside Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.

Added to the Cream of the Crop pool as my personal favorite image.

January 30, 2009: This photo was used in an ad without permission by Agarwal Ads, and published in the Times of India.

Recent Updated: 11 years ago - Created by Shreyans Bhansali - View

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