Mail Today is a daily tabloid sized newspaper covering politics, entertainment, cinema, automobiles, fashion and lifestyle stories. It was established in November 2007, published by the India Today Group in a joint venture with British newspaper Daily Mail (which is part of the Associated Newspapers Group). Associated Newspapers holds a 26% stake which it bought at ₹180 million.
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. While the paper has most of its readers in the Capital, 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. It offers a number of feature and lifestyle supplements like The Good Health, Property Mail, Education Mail, and It’s Friday.
- Bharat Bhushan: 2007-2011
- Sandeep Bamzai: 2012-2015
- Abhijit Majumder: 2015-
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