Just Samachar is a news aggregation site for an Indian audience.
Apart from the obvious Just Samachar offers the following -
Tag View - We don't always have the time to go through the news from all the sources in different categories. We need something which allows us to quickly learn what's happening around us. What's hot and what's not? The Tag View is the 'In the news' section on steroids. View all the news as keywords (tags) on one page with their font size and colour determined by how big a story is at that moment. If any theme interests you, just click on that tag to get a list of headlines right there. The biggest news in the last week and month is also just a click away.
River of News - Not everyone prefers the normal 'news boxed by source' view. I'm partial to it sometimes, but I also understand the argument behind the River of News approach to reading news. What's that? To me, it's consuming news with an emphasis on time and not the source. Whenever you visit this view, you get a long list of the latest news items. You can also see the top stories of the moment and related items. Read what the person who coined the phrase has to say about it here. Although it originated with reference to RSS Feed readers, it has been widely hijacked now.
Set default view - Since different views are available, you can select the one you like and make it your default, so that on every visit, your preferred view is loaded. Please note that cookies need to be enabled to use this. They usually are, but if Just Samachar does not remember your preference, just enable it.
But, remember that if you visit the site only once every few days, all the headlines will be new. So, it's probably useful if you're the kind who refreshes the page once or twice a day.
Every time you click on a news article, Just Samachar provides additional tools. They can be found at the top right hand corner and look like the image below.
Read Later - Click on this link to save the news article for later reading. The last 50 saved articles can be accessed at http://justsamachar.com/my This feature requires cookies to be enabled.
E-mail to friend - No matter which site you are reading the news article on, Just Samachar allows you to forward the link to your friends or family. So, you can easily share articles that you find interesting even if the source site doesn't provide the facility. Also, Just Samachar does not ask for your e-mail id, so you don't have to worry about being spammed.
If you don't want the additional tools, just click on the Cancel icon and you will not see them again.
Copyright of all news content belongs to the content providers. Everything else is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike (?) license. That basically means you can do whatever you want to with the data available from Just Samachar.
If you have any suggestions or spot any bugs (especially if you spot any bugs!), please write to me. Thanks!