Indian Express is the flagship newspaper brand of the Express Group. From a single-edition paper in Madras in 1932, Indian Express has grown into a multiple-edition paper influencing thought and policy across the country. Packed with news, knowledge and information, Indian Express hits at the heart of the issue without any fear or favour. Read only by those who have their own unique points of view, its coverage is based on comprehensive analysis and fearless reporting. Its design is bold in its simplicity and evokes clarity and depth rather than noise and clutter, hence setting benchmark for daily journalism's ability to inform and interpret, challenge and provoke.
The iconic dome of the Taj, charred on the first night of the siege, is long rebuilt, the bloodstains in the concourse of the railway terminus washed clean. But across the country, a few hundred people still bear the scars of 26/11, having lost loved ones in Mumbai's worst ever terror attack. The pain hasn't dimmed even after a decade but survivors have grown in courage and resilience. In 26/11 Stories of Strength, The Indian Express dips into ten years of reportage on Mumbai's terror survivors to find that single mothers have attended night school to get an education, children who lost a parent have dared to dream big, those who lost sons have learnt to find new purpose in living. Many have dug deep within to joust with anger, fear, the desire for retribution. And hearteningly, have emerged to tell stories of their triumph over senseless violence, through lives lived with honour and compassion.