There is always something new happening in the world. There are so many news and updates every day which affect our life one way or the other. But rarely do we get time to go through these news and updates on a daily basis. Think! How much time do you really get to go through your newspapers every day? One hardly gets enough time to spare with one’s family. So forget about time out to go through the newspaper day in and day out.
But isn’t it also important to keep yourself up to date about the latest news and happenings around you? How do you do that? Well the answer is by subscribing to “the Week Magazine”. This magazine is a newsweekly, and good at distilling the best of news, ideas and opinions from all over the world that have taken place in the week and bring it to your coffee table f95zone.
The magazine is a collection of all the important news which is brought to you in a style that is smart, incisive with an ironic twist. The team at “The Week”, right from the news writers to the editors, works hard and scans through all the websites, magazines, newspapers and every other possible source of information to get you the facts from around the world. You thus get to read the most intriguing stories of the present and the past from around the world, week after week. The magazine brings to you the most thoughtful quotes and commentary left from leaders and commoners alike, that many times have gone on to change the world or promise to bring about some changes in the future.
It brings to you the complete political viewpoint from leaders all across the world. There is no spice added to attract the readers, and come to think of it, this is what has made it stand apart from the clutter of all the other weekly magazines available in the market. The reporters of the magazine believe in bringing to you news as it is, without any changes- crisp, concise and intelligent. The Week, believes in the fact that there is no two way of news reporting. Thus, the format of the magazine is simple and straightforward and absolutely information packed without any spice added to it.