This is a name of an Urdu based news paper run the Pakistan. There are many Urdu news papers that function in Pakistan. It means “talk of the time” which refers to the idea of current news that is going on in the market. Fortunately I have had a chance to read this news paper though the news is cherry coated and exaggerated at places it is still decent enough and entertaining news paper. It is on old custom now for international news papers to have E papers meaning that you can view the daily news online without having to purchase the news paper itself.
Nawai Waqt E paper is now available online as well. It is more convenient this way as I feel it. Today everyone has an internet connection and also a computer and a lot of us also have hand held devices that can open html based pages while some powerful ones can open anything available on the internet. So this makes it hassle free you in the office or at home or on the go you can read the news and be aware and entertained at any time you like.
Nawai Waqt E paper is a Lahore based news paper which means it is printed and published from Lahore a city in the province of Punjab in Pakistan. There are some technical issues related to this which the E paper covers. All news papers are edited throughout the day and printed in the night all night and then sent throughout the country by rail plane and road which means cities away from Lahore get the news paper way later in the day. By Nawai Waqt E paper solves this problem by making sure you can get the paper as soon as it is published as it is published first thing after editing on the internet.
The other thing I really like about E papers is that they reduce the amount of paper that is wasted in printing news and the trash that they end up producing as millions and millions of copies are produced every day and after reading once they pileup in homes or offices and end up in trash cans which then are sorted and though recycled but a news paper is an unsustainable product over all. Thus I am glad Nawai Waqt E paper was launched to make sure that this does not happen. Slowly and gradually I see the print media wearing out and electronic media kicking in more popularity as technology is made available to the lower cast at super low prices.
E papers also have another advantage that as days go by and news papers are published they can be stored online and can be viewed on a later date with just a click of a button. People at times collect news paper as it might contain news that they are interested in. It's hard to manage the inventory when it grows. It takes up a lot of storage up space also. It's easier to review older news and compare thing better.
Nawai Waqt E paper provides with all the entertainment news as well. Has interesting stories from people and children. A children section and a separate sports section for the sports fans all over. The e paper is also a very good thing for people living abroad, if they are willing to read local news about Lahore as they might be from Lahore too they can find out all about Lahore this way easily.
The only disadvantage I see about E papers is that people who are old school like my father who still like to read his news paper with his morning tea on the porch in his hands and not on a machine still prefers to do that the way he has been doing it since for the rest of his life and does not want to change. It's almost like comparing the two books verses E books, true readers would still say that holding a book in your hand and feeling the paper is still way better of an experience then reading it on the new iPod or other machines.