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mid-day to celebrate its 36th anniversary in Mumbai

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mid-day to celebrate its 36th anniversary in Mumbai

As mid-day turns 36, the publication is set to unveil an anniversary special that will give the city of Mumbai a 360-degree perspective on the way forward for the buzzing metropolis. “To propel this idea, we’ve zeroed in on six hot button topics to make it ‘Maximum Mumbai’,” the company statement said.

Talking about the anniversary issue, Vikas Joshi, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, mid-day Infomedia Ltd., says, “Mumbai is defined by its constant namely “change” and every “change” is passionately followed by its denizens. Given our heritage of being “Made in Mumbai” we imbibe Mumbai’s way of life. Our 36th anniversary issue is dedicated to steering the city in a positive direction with views and suggestions shared by experts.”

From June 22 to June 27, city experts across genres will share their vision for Mumbai with solutions to problems for a better tomorrow. The theme is all about maximizing the potential of Mumbai and to make it ‘Maximum Mumbai’. With news on the ground, in-depth analysis and innovative, crackling writing as well as a stunning mosaic of visuals that give life to words, the 36th anniversary will be all about a multi-pronged view of the city through the looking glass.

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The announcement regarding this was made on Twitter by Sukumar Ranganathan, Editor-in-Chief, Hindustan Times, and Shekhar Gupta, Founder, The Print

The website promises to bring fast, reliable, insight-rich analysis in times when the readers are flooded with ‘breaking news’, and great conversations among an elite community of opinion leaders

The network has based its claim on Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) all India data (U+R) from April 2017 to March 2017 (full year average)