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|Owner||Mid Day Infomedia Limited, a subsidiary of Jagran Prakashan Limited|
|Sports editor||Clayton Murzello|
|Language||English, Gujarati and Urdu (as The Inquilab)|
It was established in Mumbai in 1979 as a family-owned newspaper. A Sunday edition, Sunday MiD DAY, began in 1981.
The Magazine deals with the following sections:
and others sections such as puzzles and games aiming to make work fun
The Newspaper by its own admission considers the content  light-hearted, easy-read, entertaining and mischievous aiming to make work fun].
It publishes newspapers in three languages – English, Gujarati and an Urdu newspaper, The Inquilab. The Inquilab, the first paper of the group in Urdu, was born in the fervour of idealistic nationalism in 1938.
The Mumbai newspaper publishes two editions: an early-morning and a noon edition. However, since April 2009, only noon editions have been published and the company has dropped printing a morning newspaper, citing positioning issues. Its slogan is "Make Work Fun". It has added a recent supplement 
The Parent company JPL( Jagran Prakashan ) decided to close the Delhi and Bengaluru edition for the tabloid it acquired in May 2010. The reason for the pull out was stated as Escalating break even prices and rising competition, the management now wants to focus on strengthening the Mumbai and Pune additions of the tabloid.
Mid Day's Marketing campaigns are considered to be effective. The MiD DAY’s Bollywood Lunch Contest "MiD DAY’s Bollywood Lunch Contest" won at the IFRA award 2008 and at the Asia Multimedia Publishing Media Awards 2009.
It is a contest driven promotion in which the winning person/reader and the entire office of the same gets to meet a star over a lunch date.
The magazine management has defined a specific target audience for its daily. They terms it as the YUMPI - Young Urban Mobile Professionals across India. Thus the games, puzzles and fun elements of the daily are aimed at creating a connect with the YUMPI.
Zing! - The latest section is a section that talks about "style at work". This section is also another such endeavor to connect with the YUMPIs of the cities the daily is in circulation.
On September 20, 2007, four journalists of Mid Day, including Resident Editor Vitusha Oberoi and City Editor MK Tayal, were sentenced to four months jail on contempt of court charges, because of a report they had filed on the ex-Chief Justice of India, Y. K. Sabharwal. Whether the charges in the report were true or not was not considered in arriving at the decision.
Many in the legal community feel that in the 2006 Delhi sealing drive, Justice Sabharwal may have had a conflict of interest since his sons own a firm with relations to the Delhi real estate. Former Solicitor General KK Sud had called this behaviour "the height of indiscretion."
The High Court, however, sentenced the journalists without considering the veracity of the reports, and this led to considerable controversy. Ex-law minister Shanti Bhushan stated that the Parliament had in 2006 amended the Contempt of Courts Act to say that "if the allegations against a judge were found to be true, then they would not be considered contemptuous." In view of this, the judgment, he said, may be "only aimed at terrifying the media and an attempt to curb truthfulness."
|Sachin Kalbag||Executive Editor|
|Clayton Murzello||Sports Editor|
|Dhiman Chattopadhyay||Editor, Sunday Mid-Day|
|Vinod Kumar Menon||City Editor, Mid-Day Mumbai|
|Fiona Fernandez||Features Editor, Mid-Day Mumbai|
|Dhiman Chattopadhyay||Editor, Online|
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