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“The Times Of India” No Longer Opens If You Have Ad-Blockers Because It's Composed Mostly Of Ads


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If there's one major criticism that The Times Of India has constantly faced, it's the sheer quantity of ads it tries to sneak in along with the news.

What should be PAGE ONE in any respectable newspaper is actually PAGE NINE in today's Times of India (Delhi edition).


In fact, a lot of other news sites, including Hindustan Times and Amar Ujala, have installed the anti-ad block software on their website today.

Of course, you can still read their articles by browsing in incognito mode, if you really want to.