The Navhind Times, the first and largest circulated English Daily from Goa, has earned the trust, respect and loyalty of the Goans by virtue of its objective reporting, commentaries and features.It was launched by the House of Dempos, a pioneer in the industrial development of Goa, on February 18, 1963 soon after Goa was liberated from the Portuguese rule.The circulation of The Navhind Times is well over 56000 copies. It reaches not only every nook and corner of Goa but also neighbouring parts of Maharashtra and Karnataka. It is the most favourite paper of the middle and upper classes in the State and outside, and has businessmen, executives, professionals, entrepreneurs, teachers and students on its subscription list. A large number of people living abroad in the Gulf, USA, Canada and other countries are also this newspapers subscribers.The Navhind Times is the most complete newspaper in Goa, giving the readers daily 18 pages of news and commentaries on political and economic affairs. It covers both the North Goa and South Goa districts comprehensively. This is the only Goan daily that gives a magazine every day alongwith the newspaper containing information and articles addressed to various sections of society, including discerning readers (PANORAMA), cultural enthusiasts (BUZZ), businessmen and consumers (B & C) Women (ZEST), youth and children (KURIOCITY).The readership of The Navhind Times is well over 2 lakhs on account of its circulation, its trustworthiness, quality of readership and its readers which is 50% more than its competitors. The Navhind Times has the privilege to be included in most National campaigns from outstation advertisers. At home it has the privilege to carry the largest number of columns in classified, appointment, tender notices and display amongst all dailies in Goa. Time and again it has been proved that each advertisement released in The Navhind Times, evokes tremendous response. The Navhind Times has 52% of overall market share of advertisement space. No advertisement in Goa is complete without advertising in The Navhind Times.