As of 31 March 2018, there were over 100,000 publications registered with the Registrar of Newspapers for India. India has the second-largest newspaper market in the world, with daily newspapers reporting a combined circulation of over 240 million copies as of 2018. Hindi-language newspapers have by far the largest circulation, but there are publications produced in each of the 22 scheduled languages of India and in many of the other languages spoken throughout the country. Newsstand and subscription prices often cover only a small percentage of the cost to produce newspapers in India, and advertising is the primary source of revenue.
"The overall jump in export demand for fruits and vegetables has increased by 15%. But we have seen the demand for raw turmeric jump by 300%," said Kaushal Khakhar, chief executive officer at Kay Bee Exports.
The covid-19 lockdown further threatens the housing sector that has already seen a rise in unsold inventory of houses across leading cities in the country, Anarock Property Consultants expects an annual decline of 25-35% in home sales (top seven cities) in 2020