|Quoting Mikedlayer (Reply 4):|
Much better since they got the tabloid sized version, was a nightmare carrying around a broadsheet!
* I know my having environmental concerns is going to further confuse poor Logan22L who just removed me from his RU list. Well, c'est la vie.
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 33):|
The Times of India.
If you read it.you'll understand.
Only news no gossip & def not a tabloid.
|Quoting Jasepl (Reply 35):|
The Times has long been degenerating into a sensationalist rag, trying to out-sensationalise Mid-Day. And that is something that will never happen. The Old Lady needs to give up now!
|Quoting SlamClick (Reply 20):|
Partly for *environmental reasons - newspapers are going to last a thousand years in a landfill. Mostly because, by actual measurement of column-inches, the last newspaper I read was well over 75% advertising. That is a lot higher percentage than even Superbowl halftime.
Get my news from internet sources and at least two different TV networks on any given evening.
|Quoting RobertNL070 (Reply 8):|
De Volkskrant: progressive quality daily newspaper.
|Quoting Usairways737 (Reply 43):|
None. Why anyone would actually pay to read a newspaper is beyond me.