Times of India


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Times of India

 

an English-language daily newspaper in India. Times of India, founded in 1838, is published in Ahmadabad, Bombay, and New Delhi. The country’s most influential newspaper, it has close ties with government circles. The newspaper is owned by S. B. Jain, one of the largest monopolists in India. Circulation, more than 250,000 (1975).

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