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Forbes List of ‘Best of the Web-Foreign Newspapers’ has Hindustan Times for the second year in running

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Forbes List of ‘Best of the Web-Foreign Newspapers’ has Hindustan Times for the second year in running has for the second time running become the only Indian website to figure in the Forbes list of Best Foreign Newspapers and retained its 7th rank. It has been ranked alongside The Guardian and above the likes of International Herald Tribune.

The Forbes ''Best of the Web'' review, which features in the December 2001 edition of the magazine, ranks the top sites in various categories which have been selected based on their content, design, navigation, speed and customization. The leading foreign newspaper sites have been reviewed in order to help the net users looking for international news.

The Times of India site too features amongst the top 15 list, is slotted at the 14th spot., the online edition of Hindustan Times claims 30 million page views in a month. Besides carrying stories from the newspaper, the site also carries exclusive coverage by its independent editorial staff.

The Forbes survey also lists other categories like American History, Archaeology, Astronomy to name a few. Google has been rated as the best search engine by the survey.


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