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NY Times Shutters Another Blog

The Great New York Times Blog Shutdown of 2014 continues. The Times has announced that it’s shuttering India Ink, its first country-specific blog. On the blog’s homepage, a message informed readers that the end had arrived.

“We will continue to produce web-only India Ink sketches, analyses, narratives and news stories, but they will appear on the World page, along with the rest of the newspaper’s coverage,” read the note. India Ink launched in 2011 and featured content produced by 21 Times staffers based in India.

Last week it was revealed that the Times planned to shutter many of its blogs. The first to go was The Lede.

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The New York Times Launches First Country-Specific Site

The New York Times has launched its first country-specific site, India Ink. The site will boast coverage from 21 writers based in India, and cover “the Ram Lila grounds in Delhi to the boardrooms of Silicon Valley, tracking the triumphs and frustrations of daily desi life and the changes sweeping the nation.”

The site also has a Twitter account (@NYTIndia) and asks that people email the staffers at IndiaInk[at]nytimes[dot]com if they have something that they think should be featured.