The India Tube: A place for travellers, not for tourists.

Delhi based ‘The India Tube’ got their target audience right in its tagline: A place for travellers, not for tourists. So how is this website different from any other? Take a quick look if you are one of their targeted readers!
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‘Sweeping up the news the mainstream leaves behind’ for the world


Swept: Your News. Your Culture. An

Independent Voice.

That is exactly why Swept magazine came in to existence to provide an independent voice, to encourage more debate and discussion on issues affecting our communities, and to generate interest in local culture.

The magazine offers different content through its two mediums- its website and e-zine that is free of cost! This changes the whole meaning of Swept– one can see creative and factual independence thus higher chances of reporting accurate stories.

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5 Niche Magazines with true colours of Indian Journalism, now on internet too!

As news feature magazines like Outlook, India Today, The Week and many more soar higher with the popularity, their news stories directly synonymous with mainstream media’s projection. While the advertisers make sure that it reaches you through every possible medium, the content doesn’t get exciting with its outreach.

To bring in a fresh perspective, to change the way we look at things, we  present you 5 zara hatke magazines which can definitely be called as ‘niche magazines of today’s India”. Though they are quite difficult to spot at a bookstore you can definitely access them online.

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