The Newsopedia is a news aggregator and news publication app and website developed by Pobir Laru formerly known as Rishi Kumar, that features news headlines and articles chosen from trusted and world best publications & journalists. It is an Indian News Network founded in January 2018 and launched online officially in 2020. The News Networks is owned by The Newsopedia Media Private Limited which has its two directors Pobir Laru and Raja Babu.
The News Network was rebranded to The Newsopedia in the year 2020. It presents a steady, incessant, customizable flow of online articles and news organized from hundreds of publishers and magazines. The Newsopedia displays the latest news stories on its app and website thenewsopediaindia.co.in on desktop and mobile i.e. it’s registered domain.
The service has been described as the latest upcoming one of the best news aggregators and publications in English. Moreover, the initial idea was developed by Raja Babu.
News headlines from various sources are aggregated and categorized into sections for users to browse or search, which include most read, trending, and breaking news stories as well as category-specific articles area. The app includes sections for the latest news, nation, world, business, economy, entertainment, lifestyle, technology, opinion, sports, and education, along with other miscellaneous stories. Aggregation technology helps to consolidate many websites into one page that can show only the new or updated information from many sites. Visiting many separate websites frequently to find out if the content on the site has been updated can take a long time.
TNI (The Newsopedia India) allows access to Headlines, Daily News, India News, Breaking News & e-paper by the world’s best journalists. Quick access to Daily Latest News, Bollywood News, National News, World News Today, Sports News Headlines, Sports News, Movies Reviews, Tech News, Delhi News, Chandigarh News, Mumbai News – all the news, views and opinions, photos, videos and more. A news package platform where readers can find not only breaking news and news headlines but also exclusive interviews, happenings, series, mythological stories, and factual stories. They also allow users to type in a search term to browse through an archive of news articles relevant to the search query.