Photo essay: how Mumbai reads newspapers

Here's a how people used to read newspapers in the 'old normal' or before the pandemic struck and lockdown was imposed.

Newspaper reading has been a habit quite lost in the recent years. However, in a city where thousands of people spend many hours commuting, newspapers are a way to kill time.

Here’s a how people used to read newspapers in the ‘old normal’ or before the pandemic struck and lockdown was imposed.

Kurla 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Bandra 2018. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Chembur 2017. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Chembur 2017. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Chembur 2016. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Andheri 2018.(Pic: M. Gopal)
Lalbag 2020. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Kurla 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Harbour Line 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
GTN Nagar 2020. (Pic: M. Gopal)
NM Joshi Marg 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Parel 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Sasoon Dock 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Shivdi 2020. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Sion 2017. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Vashi 2021. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Vashi 2021. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Victoria Road 2019. (Pic: M. Gopal)
Wadala Road 2018. (Pic: M. Gopal)

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