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|Owner||HT Media Ltd.|
|Founded||1 February 2007|
|Sister newspapers||Hindustan Times
Mint is a business newspaper from HT Media Ltd, launched in collaboration with The Wall Street Journal on 1 February 2007. It is a premium business news publication aimed at decision makers and policy makers of the country and it is the first newspaper in India to be published in the Berliner format. The current Editor of the newspaper is R. Sukumar.
Stance and editorial opinion 
Mint's editorial or "Views" page emphasizes free people, free economies and free societies. Its editorial pages broadly support economic liberalization and an unfettered economy but provide for some space for social programs that tackle especially grievous inequity. It has taken an especially strong position on national security and terrorism issues.
Mint carries a short editorial piece on the front page titled "Quick Edit" while the longer opinion pieces titled "Our View" and guest opinion pieces titled "My view" or "Their Views" are carried in the back pages.
The design of the Mint newspaper is geared towards presenting business and financial information in a compact format. The format itself was designed by Mario Garcia, who has also been associated with the re-design of the Wall Street Journal.