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The Asian Age is India’s only global newspaper with editions in four cities in the country and one in
London.

The newspaper was launched in February 1994, simultaneously in Delhi, Mumbai and London. Its
subsequent growth , both in readership and content management, has been
commendable.

The Asian Age remains the country’s only paper that has the perfect blend of in-depth national and international news. Several readership surveys in India have cited its wide coverage of international events as one of its cutting edges. A recent national survey defines how the readership of the paper has phenomenally risen among the net savvy and the upwardly mobile

The company offers opportunities to those bright individuals who are looking for challenging, personally
rewarding and socially responsible route to build their careers.

For exciting career opportunities in The Asian Age, send your resume to careers@asianage.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was oracular in his prophecy: “When we are tired, we are attacked by ideas we conquered long ago”. Sixty-two years after the Sino-India border conflict, the Indian state remains obtusely paranoid about making the Henderson Brooks Report public.

Wellington, New Zealand Rarely, if ever, have I written a self-referential essay. However, I had occasion to visit the Te Papa Tongarewa, the National Museum of New Zealand. My leisurely stroll through the museum enabled me to peruse the exhibits with some care.