The five largest markets for newspapers are: China, with 98.7 million copies sold daily; India, with 88.9 million copies daily; Japan, with 69.1 million copies daily; the United States, with 52.3 million; and Germany, 21.1 million. more
But these news papers have severe political implications. They can make or break government. But each paper has its unique niche.
Times of India is read by those who run the country. Hindustan Times is read by those who think they are running the country. Indian Express is read by those who think they are ought to run the government. The Asian Age is read by those who think the country is ought to be run by some other country. The pioneer is read by those people who dont know who is running the country but know that whoever is doing it is doing ti wrong. The Midafternoon is read by the wives of those people who run the country. The Economic Times is read by those who own the country. The Business Standard is read by those who think the country should be run the way it is used to be. Mid-day is read by those who don’t care who runs the country but are happy is the daily gossip in the paper is good. नवभारत टाइमस the hindi daily is not read by any one but just because hindi is Rshatrabhasha it is subscribed.
Source: Taken from Ji Mantriji