Mail Today

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Mail Today is a daily tabloid sized newspaper covering politics, entertainment, cinema, automobiles, fashion and lifestyle stories. It was established in November 2007,[1] published by the India Today Group in a joint venture with British newspaper Daily Mail[2] (which is part of the Associated Newspapers Group). Associated Newspapers holds a 26% stake which it bought at 180 million.[3]

The paper has two editions published from Delhi and Chandigarh. Its estimated readership (2010) is approx 0.5 million.[citation needed]

Since its inception, when it was edited by Bharat Bhushan from 2007 to December 2011, the paper has taken on the Establishment as well as questioned the Opposition.[citation needed] While the paper has most of its readers in the Capital[citation needed], it has an emerging online presence. It has stories from across the nation, and its international content — entertainment, world issues, and human interest stories — mainly comes from its partner Daily Mail, along with global news agencies and foreign contributors.[citation needed] It offers a number of feature and lifestyle supplements like The Good Health, Property Mail, Education Mail, and It’s Friday.[citation needed]


  • Bharat Bhushan: 2007-2011
  • Sandeep Bamzai: 2012-2015
  • Abhijit Majumder: 2015-


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