The Times Of India has become an indispensable tool for those in the IT industry, and it’s helped them stay calm.

In an interview to be published in the upcoming edition of its flagship magazine, The Times, Managing Editor R.S. Raju said that the magazine has helped him to keep a calm and collected mind while working.

“It was the first time I was able to see and interact with people who had no idea what I was talking about.

I had been a journalist for a long time.

It was an important experience for me.

I have also taken a lot of time to reflect on what I do and what is going on in the world, Raju told NDTV.

The Times Of Indian has been around since 1954 and has a circulation of around 4 million.

The magazine is currently being published in print for the first half of the year, and the editors are currently working on a digital version, which is scheduled to be launched in October.

The digital edition will have an indexing feature for readers and a search function that will allow them to find articles relevant to their interests, including articles that have gone viral.