The success of INDIA TODAY
in English led to an idea: good journalism should not
be restricted by language. In a country with 12 major
languages, the non-English readership of hundreds of
millions could not and should not be ignored. It was
decided to publish INDIA TODAY in the major Indian languages,
effectively melding national news with local needs.
At present, INDIA TODAY is published in four major Indian
languages: Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.
These editions deliver news with the same credibility,
incisiveness and authority that has become the hallmark
of INDIA TODAY. The international editions were born
of the same reasoning—the Diaspora's need for credible
information about India. Its four international editions
ensure that every week, India reaches out to influential
readers in 104 countries around the globe.