Indians have this natural urge to have an idea about all the things that happen all over the world. And ‘all the things happening all over the world’, actually called as news, surely plays an integral role in the lives of Indians.
Past Days of Newspapers
Initially, it was newspapers which provided Indians with their dose of things taking place in the world. As a matter of fact, Hindustan News Paper has a rich history too. With globalization spreading all over the world, it was very important for the Indians too, to know about every major happening in the world. And it was this need that resulted in the introduction of Hindustan News Paper.
The Very First Newspaper
The first newspaper to ever publish in the country was Calcutta General Advertise. It was James Augustus Hickey who introduced Bengal Gazette in 1780s. After this, the number of newspaper rose steadily and newspapers, like Bombay Courier and Bombay Herald became very popular.
While it as just English newspapers that were popular in the 1800s, the 19th century saw the rise of newspapers in a variety of vernacular languages, like Marathi, Hindi, and Bengali. Since then, the country has seen many remarkable papers, like The Times of India, The Telegraph, Hindu and The Statesman.
More Interactions with News Reader
Apart from the news, online portals offer a number of other interactive tools too. For example, you get to poll in many different polls and share your opinion with others online. Moreover, one can now also watch a live broadcast of news online. By combining audio, video, and text, online news has turned into an integral part of print and broadcast media. Also, now there are Online sets where one can enable updates to receive instant alerts right on their mobile phone. No matter if you are at home, office, or traveling, you can now easily get all the updates in an instant.
But if only Hindustan News Paper are considered, majority of Indians still favor the old paper spreadsheets. While there is no denying that increasing number of Indians are now going online in search of news, the number of people who prefer newspapers are still very high and there are some pretty good reasons for the same.
For instance, a printed newspaper is something that will be yours forever; you can read it, keep it, share it and borrow it. Also, the feeling of holding a physical newspaper in your hand and that sensory experience, which several studies suggest helps you retain the information, is unique and something which cannot be gained through online platforms. Moreover, there are now online services, like NewsPaperKart which deliver newspapers to the home of subscribers.
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While there are people who prefer newspapers, increasing number of readers are now shifting to online platforms. By considering all the time‐ and effort‐saving benefits that online websites can offer, it is not very difficult to see why India as a country is going digital. However, the online portals have been around for some time now and the demand for physical newspapers have failed to dwindle in the last few years. This suggests that while people are shifting to online portals, the demand for physical newspapers will continue to grow too.
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