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  2. Standard - Wikipedia

    The Standard, a business newspaper in Hong Kong; The Standard, a Kenyan newspaper; The Standard, a weekly newspaper in Zimbabwe; The Weekly Standard, an American neoconservative magazine, sometimes abbreviated as The Standard; Television. The Standard, a television series; Sports. FK Standard Sumgayit, a former Azeri association football team ...

  3. Hindustan (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    Hindustan is expanding rapidly in the state of Uttar Pradesh, which is the largest Hindi newspaper market, and where it is the fastest growing Hindi daily.Apart from a long-standing presence in Lucknow and Varanasi, Hindustan was launched in Meerut, Agra and Kanpur in 2006.

  4. Column (periodical) - Wikipedia

    A newspaper column by Don Marquis A column is a recurring piece or article in a newspaper , magazine or other publication, where a writer expresses their own opinion in few columns allotted to them by the newspaper organisation.

  5. Tabloid - Wikipedia

    Tabloid may refer to: . Tabloid journalism, a type of journalism; Tabloid (newspaper format), a newspaper with compact page size Chinese tabloid; Tabloid (paper size), a North American paper size

  6. Lawrence Journal-World - Wikipedia

    On May 16, 2020, the front page of the Journal-World announced that the newspaper would cease publication of all Monday print editions as of May 25. On Sept. 28, 2020, the newsroom staff of the Journal-World publicly announced its plan to unionize as the Lawrence Journalism Workers Guild, or LJW Guild.

  7. The Sun (Nigeria) - Wikipedia

    The Daily Sun is a Nigerian daily print newspaper founded and published in KiriKiri Industrial Layout, Lagos, Nigeria. As of 2011 The Sun had a daily print run of 130,000 copies, and 135,000 for weekend titles, with an average of 80% sales.

  8. English Standard Version - Wikipedia

    The English Standard Version (ESV) is an English translation of the Bible. The ESV was published in 2001 by Crossway, having been "created by a team of more than 100 leading evangelical scholars and pastors." The ESV relies on recently published critical editions of the original Hebrew and Greek texts.

  9. Article (publishing) - Wikipedia

    A subordinate headline, known as a subhead, is a standard feature of news texts. In online news, subheads are also occasionally found on article web pages. In some cases, there are two subheads. Many online articles also have a captioned photo under the subhead.