Asianage iPad App

The Asian Age is the only Indian newspaper with an international edition (London). The paper has a perfect blend of in-depth national and international news, features and analysis.


The Asian Age’s iPad App provides you an opportunity to avail the complete newspaper -- latest news from across India, business stories, entertainment and lifestyle, and comment from a long list of experts, from Shobhaa De to Shashi Tharooor.


This app brings the newspaper and its content to readers for free, while enabling them to personalise, select and share news from anywhere in the world.

FEATURES

  1. All content available for free.
  2. Top News: Latest news as and when they occur from all over the world.
  3. India: Updated Stories from all over India.
  4. International: Updated stories from all over the world.
  5. Business and Sports: Business and sports articles from India and around the world.
  6. Cities: News from various cities in India, with special editions from Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.
  7. Entertainment: Latest movie reviews and updates from Bollywood, Hollywood and also Television.
  8. Lifestyle: Stories from fashion, health, corporate, stress, pets, books, latest trends, cars and bikes and many more.
  9. Opinion: Columns from some of the biggest names in the business of Sports, Arts, Entertainment, Business and Lifestyle.
  10. Age on Sunday: Sunday’s special supplement from print edition.
  11. Share: Users can share their favorite stories through mail, facebook and twitter.
  12. Comment: Users can post comments for any and every story.
  13. Breaking news: Get Breaking news and other alerts from Asian Age via push notification.
  14. Simple and easy navigation.
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A few weeks ago a public school in the National Capital Region organised an Id Milan during school hours for students. Not all students were invited to it. During the mid-morning recess, teachers instructed Muslim students to line up and go to the place for the function.