The Trust of India

Trust is not acquired easily. In our case, it requires an unrelenting commitment towards truth, well researched facts and credible news. Much has changed over TOI’s long life span of more than 180 years. Generations of journalists have worked in its bustling newsrooms, and served readers through the platform it provides. But our core philosophy has remained unchanged – to deliver nothing but the truth to millions of readers every day. 

This philosophy has shone through in the numerous path-breaking stories and campaigns that we’ve done over the years. We invite you to start a conversation as we plan to celebrate some of these stories — and discuss why some of the iconic Common man cartoons are so relevant today — through ‘The Trust of India’ campaign.

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To Our Readers

The Trust of India

The dictionary defines trust as a “firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something”. What it doesn’t mention is that trust has to be earned, every single day. As The Times of India has done, day after day, for 183 years and counting. Recently, a study by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism declared TOI the most trusted news brand in India. It was an official validation of what we’ve always known in our hearts.

Every morning, millions of people across the length and breadth of this vast, diverse country reach out to TOI to make sense of the increasingly complex world that we live in. They count on us to provide fair, accurate and unbiased news and information.


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