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MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has

sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..
MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..

MUMBAI: Facing its worst crisis in decades due to the Covid-19 pandemic, India’s newspaper industry has
sought a financial stimulus along with a clutch of immediate relief measures from the government in order to help
media companies tide over the unprecedented crisis.

In a presentation to the government, the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has estimated that the industry has
already suffered a loss of ₹4,000-4,500 crore in March and April since economic activity has nearly collapsed,
re ..