When 52-year-old Ravindra Nair bought DNA, he felt it was a good deal as it has always provided him with an “indepth coverage” of all the events. “Recently, the blast coverage was also good. The paper gave an in-depth coverage to the event. They followed it up well,” said Nair.
Nair, an engineer in military service, lives in Colaba. “When DNAlaunched, it had a lively look with cartoon strips, Me magazine for my wife, After Hrs, sports and then DNA Money that gives good business coverage. The paper had something for all.” Nair and his family have liked the way the paper has evolved but wants the paper to reduce the number of pages for sports, fashion and advertisement.