The Aloo is the world’s premier Indo-Pak news publication, offering acclaimed and revered coverage of global and local events. From it’s humble beginnings in a Beadon Street, Kolkata, chai shop in 1872, The Aloo now boasts a daily readership of 2.3 trillion and has become the news source and guiding force for all Indians and people who think they might be Indian everywhere.
With bureaus located in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Brussels, Sydney, Tokyo, Ulan Bator, Montreal, Tenochtitlan and Edison, NJ, The Aloo represents the pinnacle of journalistic integrity and also markets its own line of jams, jellies and achar.
The Aloo is now available exclusively online without charge to avoid paying exorbitant $2 fees to newspaper delivery children.
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