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The Hindu is an English language daily newspaper, is one of the oldest newspapers in India. Its headquarter is located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It was launched in the year of 1878 as a weekly newspaper.  After this, it became a daily newspaper in 1889. Today this paper is printed in seventeen centers all over India. According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS), It is one of the Indian newspapers of record. After The Times of India.the second most circulated English-language newspaper in the country with a readership of 5.3 million readers.

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Why Should You Read ‘The Hindu’ Newspaper?

There are many special editions in the Hindu newspaper, that help in various subject topics such as  Science and Technology, Environment and Ecology, Indian Economy, and others. The Hindu newspaper is best known to act as a trademark for success in various competitive exams. It is known for its unique coverage of all crucial issues by the depth and in its entirety. The Hindu’s editorial page gives most of the value to all perspectives like national, international science & technology, etc.


The Hindu newspaper was founded as a weekly newspaper in Chennai ( Madras) on 20 September 1878, by what was known that time as the Triplicane Six consisting of 4 law students and 2 teachers:- T. T. Rangacharya, P. V. Rangacharya, D. Kesava Rao Pantulu, and N. Subba Rao Pantulu, led by G. Subramania Iyer, a school teacher and M. Veeraraghavacharyar, a lecturer at Pachaiyappa’s College. The Hindu was one of the newspapers of that time established to protest the rules of the British Rulers. More than copies of the inaugural issue were printed at Srinidhi Press which was located at Georgetown, on one rupee, and twelve annas of borrowed money. Subramania Iyer became the first editor of this newspaper and Veera Raghavacharya became the first managing director.

Initially, Hindu was printed from Srinidhi Press. After some issues, it moved to Scottish Press and also to The Hindu Press at Mylapore. In 1883 it started as a tri-weekly newspaper and an evening daily in the year 1889. The price of a single copy was four annas. On 3 December 1883, the press offices moved to rented premises at 100 Mount Road. After this, it started printing at its own press there and named “The National Press,”. In the year 1892, the building itself became The Hindu’s building. In the year 1887, the annual session of the Indian National Congress was held in Madras. At this time Hindu led to the paper becoming an evening daily from 1 April.

In 1989 the partnership between Veeraraghavachariar and Subramania Iyer was dissolved. At this time Veeraraghavachariar became the sole owner and appointed C. Karunakara Menon the editor. From 1895 the purchaser was The Hindu’s Legal Adviser S. Kasturi Ranga Iyengar. Lyengar’s son, Kasturi Srinivasan, became managing editor of this newspaper upon his father’s death in 1923 and also became Chief Editor in February 1934. The descendants of Kasturi Ranga Iyengar have since owned and, through most of the paper’s life, held the top editorial positions in the Hindu.

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