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The Tribune to launch Haryana Edition on Friday

Despite its problems, Haryana has been moving on a fast track for several years. Its economy is growing at a rate which is the envy of its neighbours.

Essentially an agricultural State, it is witnessing considerable industrial growth, which should show results in a few years. Because of its inherent strength and proximity to Delhi, Haryana has become conscious of the idea of progress.

This in turn is bound to have an impact on the minds of the State’s people, their social and cultural mores, and lifestyle.

The Tribune has been a part of the life of the people ever since Haryana was born in November 1966. They rightly want more news about themselves, their changing milieu, their hopes and fears.

To meet their long-felt desire, The Tribune is launching a daily Haryana Edition on Friday, September 14, 2007.

The Haryana Edition, like the rest of the newspapers, will continue to cover major regional, national and international developments. It will also have articles and columns by eminent commentators associated with The Tribune.

Haryana Plus, a weekly pull-out we came out with a few months ago, will also continue.

— H. K. Dua, Editor-in-Chief

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