Jatin and Priyank Doshi,

DNA (Daily News & Analysis) Mumbai Edition - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

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