(Last Updated on : 22/02/2014)
The New Indian Express is a Chennai based daily newspaper, which started its journey in 1932. Veradharajulu Naidu founded Indian Express. The company was taken over by Ramnath Goenka and after his death there was split and two different companies were born. The northern edition with its headquarters in Mumbai became The Indian Express while the southern edition was named as The New Indian Express. It is owned by The New Indian Express Group of companies, which publishes Dinamani in Tamil, Kannada Prabha in Kannada. It also publishes several magazines like Cinema Express (Tamil), Malayalam Vaarika (Malayalam) and Tamilian Express in Tamil.
The New Indian Express is published from all major cities in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, which include cities like Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Kochi. It also has an edition from Orissa. It is published from fourteen centers in the south. The supplement of The New Indian Express is named City Express, which covers the local news of each city. In October 2007, The New Indian Express launched a forty page magazine supplement for Fridays, which has been named 'Indulge'. Other supplements, which appear on a weekly or fortnightly basis, cover subjects like career, youth, women and education.
The New Sunday Express, is the Sunday edition of the newspaper which comes with magazine supplements based on national and international themes and sections on arts, leisure, lifestyle, travel, sport, books, entertainment and development issues.