“If we don’t have the facts, we don’t print the news”: Four big newspaper groups with 12 titles between them join hands to show the power of print journalism

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Indian media houses rarely see eye to eye except when their shared commercial pursuits are in peril: like foreign direct investment (FDI) in newspapers, or the goods and services tax (GST) on newsprint, or wage board recommendations eating into their bottomline.

For a change, as elections loom and the fake factories start whirring into motion, The Times f India, Dainik Bhaskar, Hindustan Times and The Hindu come together to assert the solidity of print journalism.

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