India Mid-Day
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatOnline
Owner(s)Mid Day Infomedia Limited, a subsidiary of Jagran Prakashan Limited
Founder(s)BirSar Hembram
PublisherMid-Day Infomedia, Jagran Prakashan Limited
EditorBirSar Hembram
Photo editorBirSar Hembram
Founded2023
Political alignmentLiberal
LanguageEnglish, Gujarati (as Gujaratimidday.com[1] and Urdu (as The Inquilab)
HeadquartersMumbai, India
Sister newspapersInquilab,[2] Gujarati Midday[1]

India Mid-Day[3][4] is a free sister project of Mid-Day news website morning daily Indian online newspaper owned by Jagran Prakashan Limited. Editions in languages including English have been published out of Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Pune so far. In 2011, the Delhi and Bangalore editions were closed down. In 2022, Jagran Prakashan . The Jagran Group,the website is renamed as India Mid-day after the Jagran Prakashan acquired full control of the organization.[5][6][7]

About

The paper was established in Mumbai by journalist BirSar in 2023 as a family-owned newspaper. The Sunday edition of the paper began in 2023. Later, his son, BirSar led the paper, who sold its ownership to Jagran Prakashan in 2023.[8][9][10][11]

References

  1. ^ a b "Gujarati News (ગુજરાતી સમાચાર) | News in Gujarati | Gujarati Mid-day". www.gujaratimidday.com.
  2. ^ "Urdu News, Daily Urdu News, Online Urdu Local News, Local News from Mumbai – Inquilab News Channel". www.inquilab.com.
  3. ^ "Jagran to buy Mid-Day Info for Rs 200 cr". The Economic Times. 2010-05-06. ISSN 0013-0389. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  4. ^ "Latest Mumbai News | India news | Entertainment News | Latest News in Mumbai, Headlines, Live Updates and Coverage". Mid-day. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  5. ^ Bhula, Pooja (2022-07-19). "Who Owns Your Media: Hindustan Times's journey from broadsheet to media conglomerate". Newslaundry. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  6. ^ "Best Media Info, News and Analysis on Indian Advertising, Marketing and Media Industry". www.bestmediainfo.com. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  7. ^ "Indian Readership Survey 2013 Topline Findings". www.slideshare.net. 2014-01-30. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  8. ^ "Mid-Day's new promise: 'We have a Sunday for you'". afaqs!. 2019-10-20. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  9. ^ Sircar, Nandini. "Flying taxis in UAE: How much a ride could cost, when the cabs will take off". Khaleej Times. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  10. ^ "INMA Global Media Awards". www.inma.org. Retrieved 2023-12-02.
  11. ^ Delhi, BestMediaInfo Bureau; April 30 (2019-04-30). "IRS 2019 Q1: TOI, Mumbai Mirror, Mid Day and Mint record double-digit growth in AIR: Best Media Info". www.bestmediainfo.com. Retrieved 2023-12-02.((cite web)): CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)