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

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

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

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Europe’s past is India’s future. That dismal thought is inescapable amidst these tranquil Tuscan hills where the clash of arms between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines is a 500-year-old memory.

You have to understand that there is a fundamental misconception among a major section of Hindus that eating beef is a virtue for Muslims. It is not. Islam has nowhere said you should eat beef.