Today (Indian newspaper)

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Today is a defunct afternoon newspaper from the India Today Group, founded on 29 April 2002. [1] It was replaced by a newspaper called Mail Today , which is published by a joint venture with Daily Mail [2] (part of the Associated Newspapers group).

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