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COVID-19: No newspapers on Monday owing to Janta Curfew

Print publishers have ceased operations of publishing and distribution in Mumbai amid Coronavirus lockdown. The Times of India Group has stopped publication of all its print editions including Times of India, Bombay Times, Mumbai Mirror, Maharashtra Times from Tuesday 24th March until 31st March.

Other newspaper publishers have also stopped publication on Monday owing to restrictions preventing the spread of COVID-19. The Government of India on Sunday 22nd March announced that it would extend it’s Janta Curfew till 9 am on Monday making it difficult for distribution of newspapers that day.

 

The Indian Express has made their epaper editions free for readers.

Due to suspension of Railway services, newspaper vendors have announced that they will not be able to distribute papers. Newspaper distribution will be affected until restrictions on movement are not curtailed.

 

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