India’s Number One Blog is the Huffington Post, which has been the most popular online news source in India for the past four years. According to a report by eMarketer, the Huffington Post was the most popular online news source in India in 2013, with a readership of 21 million people.
The Huffington Post also ranks as the top online news source in Brazil and Malaysia, and is the fourth most popular online news source in China.
The Huffington Post’s popularity in India may be due to its focus on Indian issues and its ability to cater to a wide range of readers. The Huffington Post also has a presence in other countries with large Indian populations, such as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
In addition, the Huffington Post has a partnership with English-language news channel NDTV 24×7, which gives it even more exposure in India.
The Huffington Post is not the only online news source that is popular in India. The Hindustan Times is also well-known in India, and has been ranked as the second most popular online news source in India by eMarketer.
The Hindustan Times also has a presence in other countries with large Indian populations, such as Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
Despite its popularity, there are some limitations to the reach of Indian online news sources. English-language online news sources are generally not available in rural areas of India, where most Indians live.
Additionally, many Indians do not have access to broadband Internet, which is necessary for accessing online news sources.