Papers & Mornings

Newspaper

Reading the newspapers in the morning (or even later) is a ritual for many. Some read the paper completely and inch by inch (including the obituary), some glance the main sections and read some interested sections, some just read for a purpose or at a specific act.

Here you could see an Autorickshaw driver reading a tamil newspaper while waiting for the next passenger to hire him.

5 comments on “Papers & Mornings”

  1. I think people here read newspapers the same way. Although less and less. A number of papers are going bankrupt and out of business.

    Ram: Thankfully not many national players have closed down here … or rather not many regional players too …. the habit continues here ….. probably because of the internet penetrations and speed are also a question here

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  2. I always read the sport section first and then the news section.

    Ram: Sounds familiar Jansson …

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  3. Newspaper reading is a habit that will not easily die. The convenience of being able to carry anywhere cannot be replaced by the Internet medium.

    Ram: I sincerely hope that the net doesnt kill the paper.

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  4. I have realised that my newspaper reading habit is dying slowly but surely, and being replaced by RSS feeds. Blogged about it on Sunday of all days. http://deeplyflawedbuttrying.wordpress.com/

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  5. […] a buzz of activity at the newspaper distribution point in the early mornings at many neighbourhoods. The flurry of activity includes the newspaper agent receiving the morning […]

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