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Mid Day (stylised as mid-day) is a morning daily Indian compact newspaper. Editions in various languages were published in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Pune. In 2011 the Delhi and Bangalore editions were closed down. In 2014 Jagran Prakashan shut down the mid-day Pune edition as well.[6]

Establishment

It was established in Mumbai in 1979 as a family-owned newspaper by Khalid Ansari. Later, his son, Tariq Ansari led the paper, before it was sold to Jagran Prakashan in 2010. A Sunday edition, Sunday Mid-Day, began in 1981.[7]

The Newspaper underwent an overhaul, both of its print editions and the website, in early 2014, creating several new sections in the daily newspaper, the Sunday edition and the website.[8]

Indian compact newspaper. Editions in various languages were published in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Pune. In 2011 the Delhi and Bangalore editions were closed down. In 2014 Jagran Prakashan shut down the mid-day Pune edition as well.[6]

Establishment

It was established in Mumbai in 1979 as a family-owned newspaper by Khalid Ansari. Later, his son, Tariq Ansari led the paper, before it was sold to Jagran Prakashan in 2010. A Sunday edition, Sunday Mid-Day, began in 1981.[7]

The Newspaper underwent an overhaul, both of its print editions and the website, in early 2014, creating several new sections in the daily newspaper, the Sunday edition and the website.[8]

Relaunch of the newspaper and website in 2014

Originally, the newspaper published two editions in Mumbai: an early-morning and a noon edition. Since April 2009, only the morning editions have been published and the company has dropped printing a noon newspaper, citing positioning issues. During t

It was established in Mumbai in 1979 as a family-owned newspaper by Khalid Ansari. Later, his son, Tariq Ansari led the paper, before it was sold to Jagran Prakashan in 2010. A Sunday edition, Sunday Mid-Day, began in 1981.[7]

The Newspaper underwent an overhaul, both of its print editions and the website, in early 2014, creating several new sections in the daily newspaper, the Sunday edition and the website.[8]

Relaunch of the newspaper and website in 2014

Originally, the newspaper published two editions in Mumbai: an early-morning and a noon edition. Since April 2009, only the morning editions have been published and the company has dropped printing a noon newspaper, citing positioning issues. During the overhaul and relaunch of the newspaper and the website in 2014, the paper's slogan was also changed to Made in Mumbai.[9][10] The Tabloid today has an estimated readership base of 5,00,000 for MiD Day (English) in Mumbai and broke into the list of top 10 Indian newspapers by readership in the 2013 Indian Readership Survey list.[11] The new look Mid-Day has received both positive and negative reactions.[12][13] [14]

In October 2019, the Sunday Mid-Day was relaunched with a new look. [15]The Newspaper underwent an overhaul, both of its print editions and the website, in early 2014, creating several new sections in the daily newspaper, the Sunday edition and the website.[8]

Originally, the newspaper published two editions in Mumbai: an early-morning and a noon edition. Since April 2009, only the morning editions have been published and the company has dropped printing a noon newspaper, citing positioning issues. During the overhaul and relaunch of the newspaper and the website in 2014, the paper's slogan was also changed to Made in Mumbai.[9][10] The Tabloid today has an estimated readership base of 5,00,000 for MiD Day (English) in Mumbai and broke into the list of top 10 Indian newspapers by readership in the 2013 Indian Readership Survey list.[11] The new look Mid-Day has received both positive and negative reactions.[12][13] [14]

In October 2019, the Sunday Mid-Day was relaunched with a new look. [15]

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