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RIP ‘India Today’ In South!

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India Today appreciates huge prominence and readership the nation over. In South an excess of peoples adoration to peruse the magazine’s territorial dialect releases. However in sheer disillusionment to individuals in south, the administration chose to close down its print versions in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam Languages.

Arun Poorie sent a letter undersigned by him in which he specified that running the magazine in these three languages was getting to be for all intents and purposes outlandish and India Today aggregate couldn’t retain the immense misfortunes.

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Arun Poorie’s letter to the staff.

The India Today weekly editions of Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam have been incurring loss for over two decades. We have been absorbing the losses so far in the hope that they will turnaround. After great deal of deliberation we have come to the conclusion that we don’t see the viability of these editions in the foreseeable future. It is, therefore, with a heavy heart that we have decided to discontinue these editions“.

As we work through the change, I assure you that any exiting employee will be fairly compensated. The office in Chennai will now be a smaller Bureau. Some colleagues who are already contributing to the English edition will be retained in ITE and be part of this Bureau“.

This week will be the last edition from the South.”

From now on only magazine’s Hindi release will be accessible in business sector. India today likewise distributes famous magazines like Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Auto Bild,Money Today, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan India, Business Today, Readers’ Digest India, Gadgests and Gizmos.

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