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Updated: October 17, 2013 23:10 IST

The Hindu in School - Now at a newsstand near you

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Now at a newsstand near you

We are pleased to announce that our standalone school edition — so far available only to students of schools subscribing to it – is now on offer via newsagents and newsstands across the country. Starting today, the The Hindu In School issue can be had for a nominal price of Rs. 5 per copy, five days a week, Monday to Friday, through the school year. This new initiative is in response to the widespread public demand for our school edition to be made available to all students, and not just those studying in subscribing schools.

Launched just a little over a year ago, the innovative, eight-page broadsheet blends news, views, features, comics, crosswords, contests, columns and puzzles in an interactive and fun format that children can relate to and engage with easily. The Hindu In School’s rich and judicious content mix, backed by a vibrant and colourful design that makes striking use of pictures, graphics, and infoboxes has proved to be a hit with children, teachers and parents alike.

It is therefore with great pleasure that we now offer this exciting new paper to a wider student audience.

Siddharth Varadarajan,

Editor, The Hindu

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if it is Rs 3 per copy, students themselves will be encourage to buy. if it is Rs 5, then parents have to take a call.
Mr Siddarth, pl think.

from:  P.G.RAVIKUMAR
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 19:05 IST

where will i get this copy in mumbai

from:  sob
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 19:01 IST

But I checked up in Pune . It is not seen at newstalls in Bus stand , Ry station or vendors on road near Bus stand / MG road . Is it not available in Pune and northern cities .

from:  Victor
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 17:41 IST

Thank you so much for making it available on News stand.
I want to grab a copy and read it myself alas I am far away in Germany. Please bring out the Online edition too

from:  Gururaj
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 15:40 IST

Congratulations to The Hindu and to the student community. During my
teens I used to wait eagerly for the next edition of Young World. For
the past two decades, The Hindu has been my window to the world and a
source for intellectual contemplation. Today, I refer to other media
outlets as well but my admiration for The Hindu has not diminished a
bit. I would happily recommend The Hindu to my kids. I pray The Hindu
would always be principle-centric as it always has been and help our new
generation build a great India. Thank you The Hindu.

from:  Saleem Ahmed
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 15:01 IST

The Hindu,expanding it's horizon is a very good news simply because our students are completely ignorant to todays issues.It's a welcome move so that our students get educated apart from book education.

from:  ananda kumar
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 12:54 IST

Good effort. Please make this edition available on Online too - may be
the subscription can be collected at the begining itself like e
magazines.

from:  venugopal MP
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 12:20 IST

Thanks, a great effort.

from:  Muthuraj S.
Posted on: Oct 18, 2013 at 10:23 IST
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