NYT launched India Ink in early September to “provide more in-depth, on-the-ground coverage of the world’s biggest democracy — and of a people who know that no matter how far they roam, their hearts will always be Indian.” At the time of this writing @nytindia had 6,250 Twitter followers.
India Ink has 21 writers in its stable, covering everything from politics, business to street food, to the news on $35 tablet computer released by Indian government, and more.
I quietly hope that NYT will launch a Hindi version of the India Ink someday. What do you think?
If you have ideas on what India Ink should be writing about, email them at [email protected]
or tweet at @nytindia.
You can read the full memo about the Ink below or at this link:
By THE NEW YORK TIMES
Welcome to India Ink, The New York Times’ first-ever country-specific site for news, information, culture and conversation.
With an expanded team in India and a line-up of great contributors, India Ink will provide more in-depth, on-the-ground coverage of the world’s biggest democracy — and of a people who know that no matter how far they roam, their hearts will always be Indian.
We’ll be reporting from the Ram Lila grounds in Delhi to the boardrooms of Silicon Valley, tracking the triumphs and frustrations of daily desi life and the changes sweeping the nation. As we do, we plan to collaborate with readers in new ways, spark new debates and re-think old ones — all while producing more of the high-quality news that The New York Times is known for.
We’re at [email protected] or on Twitter at @nytindia, and we’d love to hear from you.