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Hindustan launches its Meerut edition from today

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Hindustan launches its Meerut edition from today

Hindustan, the Hindi offering from HT Media, is launching its all colour Meerut edition from February 24. The price, however, could not be ascertained. Apart from providing news on the local market (Meerut), Hindustan will also provide readers national, international, sports and business news. Besides, the paper also has four supplements that exclusively cater to readers in Meerut.

The four supplements from the Hindustan stable will include ‘Nayi Dishayen’ on Tuesday. Primarily targeted at the youth, this supplement is dedicated to education and career. ‘Remix’ on Friday, will cover general interest topics and also carry issues catering to the needs of the modern, evolving woman.

Saturdays will have a youth oriented supplement called ‘Fest’, while on Sunday, the paper has an offering for the entire family. Hindustan will be taking out a supplement called ‘Hum Tum’, which will be covering a wide range of topics ranging from health, fitness, astrology, celebrity interviews, to crime and supernatural events.

However, none of the officials from Hindustan were ready to comment on their latest offering at the time of filing the story.


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