The daily entertainment and lifestyle supplement
The daily entertainment and lifestyle supplement
Hindustan Times readers wake up to fun, entertainment and masala everyday with HT City (in Delhi) and HT Café (in Mumbai). Celebrated for its freshness and exciting content, the daily entertainment supplement is one of the strongest drivers of readership and enjoys almost universal salience and readership. It has redefined lifestyle and entertainment space in newspapers, packing a punch with daily dose of Bollywood, Hollywood, fashion, relationships, and city & campus.
A weekly lifestyle magazine
A weekly lifestyle magazine (every Sunday)
The readers of HT wake up to Brunch every Sunday morning, which is one of best-loved offerings from its stable. The Brunch magazine serves a delicious concoction of stories around food, fashion, travel, wellness and health, books, movie reviews, celeb talk and much more.
One of the biggest USP of Brunch is the bouquet of columns by prominent journalists like Vir Sanghvi (food & travel), Sanjoy Narayan (music) and Rajiv Makhni (technology).
This universally appealing brand has the core target group vested in upwardly mobile young families, looking for enhancing their lifestyle quotient.
A weekly Real Estate supplement
A weekly Real Estate supplement (every Saturday)
HT Estates as a supplement corroborates the readers with information that helps them buy or sell their properties. This supplement comes with the newspaper every Saturday and offers countless options on property buying and selling. Along with that the supplement also enlightens both the buyers and sellers on legal aspects of realty transactions. HT Estates offers an array of information on realty trends, loan rates and much more exclusively for the buyers.
Career supplement (every Tuesday)
Shine Jobs, with its unique relationship with Shine.com, is the only print career supplement which offers both online and print recruitment under one umbrella and one brand. This gives candidates and employers the opportunity to effectively reach each other across both platforms. Shine Jobs was re-launched with a brand new look and promise of hundreds of jobs for its readers. It now carries numerous jobs from top companies in the country, along with the best jobs available on Shine.com, across managerial levels, industries and cities. It also offers valuable information on overall career development, interview tips, HR trends, hot hiring sectors and many more useful career-related topics. Shine Jobs is a must-read for all those on the look-out for the next best career opportunity.
Education Supplement (every Wednesday)
HT Education offers the much needed guidance and mentorship to the students; it helps them in choosing the best in education leading to a great career. HT Education is a supplement dedicated to serving the needs of not only student community from 10th to post graduates, but also the parents who are concerned about their child’s future. The supplement is a source of comprehensive info around career options, admission and scholarship information, college profiles, guidance and expert counseling. It’s a one-stop guide to the students to prepare for their most exciting phase in life
The perfect hangout partner for the weekend
The perfect hangout partner for the weekend (every Sunday)
HT Weekend is a first-of-its kind 8 pager tabloid which gives a complete infotainment package to match the weekend vibe. Special features include crisp movie & book reviews, health and wellness mantras, word of the week by Shashi Tharoor and fashion/travel recommendations.
HT School Edition is a first-of-its-kind product created for the GenZ. With a high degree of focus on personalization, depth, navigation, engagement and visually-driven Information.
All-New Hindustan Times
Hindustan Times, with it’s rich legacy spanning more than nine decades, has always upheld the values: clarity and credibility. As India’s leading news brand, we renew our resolve today to continue upholding the truth in our essence, and introduce- The All-New Hindustan Times. First Voice. Last Word.
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Magic of Print
The initiative to make print relevant and exciting for both new-age B2B (advertisers, media planners, creative agencies) and B2C (millennial, Gen Z) audience.
HT Bappa Beat
Keeping the needs and sentiments of Mumbaikars in mind, Hindustan Times has attempted to bring joy and unity while offering praise to Lord Ganesha in local trains this Ganesh Chaturthi. Even in this harsh, difficult weather, Mumbaikars can experience positive vibes, divine chants and togetherness.
Mumbai Meri Hai
The initiative aims to recognize and reward the brightest school students. It does not just test the curriculum or ‘Text Book’ knowledge of students but selection is basis their originality, creativity and intelligence. 150 Scholarships worth Rs 50 lakhs are awarded to students.
Behind the Brand
Editor in Chief
Sukumar Ranganathan is the Editor-In-Chief of Hindustan Times. He was previously editor of Mint, of which he was one of the founding editors in 2006, and which he edited between 2008 and 2017.
Kunal Pradhan is Executive Editor of Hindustan Times, and heads the Delhi and NCR editions of the newspaper. Prior to joining HT in 2016, he was Executive Editor of India Today magazine, where he wrote on a wide range of issues including politics, policy, crime, pop culture and sport.
Managing Editor & Business Head (Lifestyle)
With over two decades into features journalism, Sonal Kalra heads Entertainment, Art and Lifestyle for Pan India editions of HT City, the group’s flagship Entertainment & Lifestyle daily supplement. A Ramnath Goenka Award winner, Sonal Kalra also writes a popular weekly column A Calmer You and does a self-help podcast #TensionNot.
Prashant Jha is in charge of the comment page. He has been with Hindustan Times since 2014, and has served as both an associate editor and the national political editor for the paper. He is the author of two books — Battles of the New Republic: A Contemporary History of Nepal (2014) and How the BJP Wins; Inside India’s Greatest Election Machine (2017).
Sanchita Sharma is the health and science editor at India's national newspaper Hindustan Times and led its health, science and environment coverage since 2001. She has been writing about and analysing public health policy, social wellness trends and scientific breakthroughs for two and a half decades. Sanchita is an International Reporting Project fellow from Paul H.
Shivani Singh leads the Delhi Metro team for Hindustan Times. A journalist for over two decades, she writes about cities and urban concerns with a special focus on planning,environment, mobility and quality of life.
Managing Editor, Integrations
In more than three and a half decades in the publishing industry, I have had the opportunity to work in more than a dozen newsrooms, participated in transforming journeys while playing key roles in most of them. I have also designed and redesigned more than two dozen newspapers, magazines and web products for these newsrooms.
Dhamini hosts a podcast called Gender Question that throws light on the blind spots in news coverage of issues of gender and sexuality. She writes and commissions on art, design and culture. The best ideas, she believes, come from a scribble and even, occasionally, a squabble.
As the Data and Political Economy Editor of Hindustan Times, Roshan Kishore leads the newsroom’s data-driven commentary and reportage on the intersection of politics and economics. He holds an MPhil degree in Economics and has been a visiting fellow at Centre for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania.
Rudraneil Sengupta is the National Sports Editor at Hindustan Times. He is a long-suffering supporter of East Bengal and Arsenal. He loves fighting sports, scary fast bowlers and awkward batsmen.
Sachin Kaibag heads the Mumbai and Pune editions of Hindustan Times. He joined HT Media in January 2018 as Executive Editor. This is his second stint at Hindustan Times; the first was in 2007 as Online Editor. Sachin has been a journalist since 1994, and has worked as a writer and an editor in Mumbai, New Delhi and Washington, DC.
Sunetra Choudhury is the National Political Editor of the Hindustan Times, overseeing a team of reporters covering government departments and political parties. She also hosts a digital interview show called On the Record. With over two decades of experience, Sunetra has worked for print and TV. She joined HT after 15 years at NDTV where she was political editor and anchor of primetime shows like Reality Check.
- Honourable Mention: BEST IDEA TO ENCOURAGE PRINT READERSHIP OR ENGAGEMENT - HT Gurugram Launch
- Best in South Asia, Regional/Local Brands: Hindustan Times, India, "Hindustan Times Palate Fest"
- CATEGORY 3: BEST USE OF AN EVENT TO BUILD A NEWS BRAND
- Third Place: HT Media, India, "Hindustan Times Palate Fest"
The Advertising Club Bombay @ Abbys 2019
- BRONZE Trophy at Creative ABBY Awards 2019 - GOAFEST - Best Launch Marketing of a new title of newspaper
- BRONZE Trophy at Creative ABBY Awards 2019 - GOAFEST - Best client-brand activation or display advertising innovation by a publisher
- Silver: best use of using social media Mumbai Meri Hai
AFAQS Media Brand Awards
- GOLD TROPHY for HT Gurugram Launch for Best Social Media Campaign
- GOLD TROPHY for HT Mumbai Meri Hai for Best Social Media Campaign
Ad Gully @ Digixx 2019
- GOLD Trophy for Digital Marketing Excellence in Print
- GOLD Trophy in Social Media for Hindustan Times Gurugram Launch
- SILVER Trophy in Video: Media - Hindustan Times Mumbai Meri Hai
- BRONZE Trophy in Multi-channel Marketing-4 channels or more: Media - Hindustan Times Mumbai Meri Hai
Ad Gully @ Digixx 2019
- BRONZE Trophy in Mobile Advertising Excellence In Launch Campaign for HT Gurugram Launch
- GOLD Trophy in Digital Marketing Excellence - Events for HT Leadership Summit 2017
- Silver: Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
GLOBAL MARKETING EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2017
- HT Most Stylish (Award for Marketing Excellence in Experiential and Events)
- HT Mumbai Meri Hai (Award for Marketing Excellence in Media and Entertainment Sector)