First Tweets From The 26 Leading Newspapers In India

7:00 pm 1 May, 2014

On it’s 8th birthday, Twitter launched a cool tool which allows users to view their maiden tweets without scrolling, scrolling, and a lot more scrolling. For the fun part, you can use this tool to know how embarrassing or smashing your favorite celebrity’s first tweet was, but on a serious note you can also see how India’s leading newspapers led off a new era of information dissemination right there in 140 characters.

1. The Hindu (12 Feb, 2009)

2. Times of India ()

3. The Indian Express ()

4. Hindustan Times ()

5. Amar Ujala ()

6. Dainik Jagran ()

7. Greater Kashmir ()

8. Navbharat Times (17 Mar, 2010)

9. Rajasthan Patrika (11 Jun, 2010)

10. The Asian Age (14 May, 2010)

11. Mumbai Mirror (10 May, 2010)

12. Business Line (15 Mar, 2008)

13. Nagaland Post (25 Apr, 2011)

14. Business Standard (1 Jun, 2009)

15. DNA (28 Nov, 2008)

16. Financial Express (24 Jun, 2009)

17. Mid-day (9 Jul, 2009)

18. The Pioneer (21 Jan, 2012)

19. The Assam Tribune (29 Jan, 2011)

20. The Economic Times (13 May, 2009)

21. The Telegraph (18 Sep, 2008)

22. Dainik Bhaskar (20 Aug, 2009)

23. Deccan Chronicles (6 Jan, 2009)

24. Punjab Kesari (6 Oct 2009)

25. Jansatta (29 Nov, 2012)

26. Deccan Herald (18 Mar, 2011)

 

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