Do you get any benefit reading newspaper daily?
When I read news paper then it seems to me that I am connected with the world.
For me, the fact that i am able to use the internet and read online newspapers of various papers around the world makes me connected to the world.
I have since stopped reading newspapers as by the time i read the newspapers, the news has become "stale" or "old". With online newspapers, the news gets updated much faster.
Now s days, Newspapers provide little information and give more tension.
I do not read newspaper daily - not something that I'm proud of. But I think that "quality reading" everyday will definitely benefit those who read.
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