Jatin and Priyank Doshi,
Twenty-five-year-old Priyank Doshi’s decision to buy DNA six years ago was based on two reasons. The idea was to get an English daily that not only helps him with views on topics but also provides him good English content to read on.
The family of four has since then stuck with DNA and it is the only English daily that they buy. “The other paper is Mumbai Samachar that has been coming for 50 years,” said Jatin Doshi, Priyank’s father who is an avid reader of DNA.
“I particularly like the political and business section. The business section gives a macro picture of the market. Since I am a businessman, it gives valuable information that the vernacular press sometimes skip,” said Jatin, who has an iron and steel business.
In the last six years, the family has liked the way DNAhas experimented with its look. “There are a few things I hope DNA gets back. Speak Up is one. Sports and business is given good coverage but I would like to see them as pullouts as they were earlier. They stood out and added value to the paper,” says Priyank, who works with the Handicap Society.