Hyderabad, India (PressExposure) July 06, 2009 -- Online newspapers are how I get my news these days - I don't have to subscribe, recycle, or pick up sheets of newsprint anymore! This makes monitoring news locally even easier; and you can also see what other local newspapers are saying as well (without getting out of your pajamas).
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An online newspaper does not have any significant limitations on space, allowing more local coverage, for example. An online newspaper editor does not have to worry about the adage: "All the news that fits, we print." For example, a reader can search the archives of the newspaper to find related articles that may provide background for today's story. There are constant forms of information that do not appear in the newspaper that are well suited to an online product.
For those who are learning a new language, or those who want to brush up their skills in Hindi or Russian or any other language, or perhaps merely want to keep them from eroding, the availability of texts in another language is a prerequisite. Online newspapers fulfill this need in particularly useful manner, for they present modern prose with a moderately sized vocabulary, easy enough to read for the beginner and intermediate student, but still presenting the occasional new words that will enhance and stretch the knowledge of the novice. While online newspapers only present one direction of communication, and don't stimulate the ability to speak and express oneself, they do strongly support and improve reading comprehension, knowledge of language structure, and the acquisition of vocabulary. It's a lot easier to learn a language this way, when you're actually interested in exploring what is before you, so make reading the online news a ritual like reading the morning daily, perhaps also with coffee.