Yes, it is DD/MM/YY

A year goes by and of course there are memories that are to be recounted. old wounds to be opened up, if not for redressal, at least for a tear to be shed.

A year goes by and one newspaper refuses to let go of the catchy, sensational phrase, violating, what is being Indian. Changing parameters to make something seem like another disaster. Even disasters have marketability. Unfortunate.

I have yet to completely fall in love with HT, but I wont deny, I am happy about the shift from ToI.

Compare sanity here as against sensationalism there.

The date format in India is still DD/MM/YY, isn’t it? Or did something change in the last two years?

PS: HT still missed it at one place (but is that a PTI problem?)

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