The state government of India has published an online version of its daily newspaper in Hindi.
The National Herald, the state-owned daily newspaper of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has been available in Hindi since 1999, and it will be available on the new Google News app.
Google has also updated the Hindi version of the news app with a number of local Indian stories, and now it also includes news in Gujarati.
The National Herald has been the state’s most important news source for years, and has been a key source of information about local politics and the government.
India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, has been heavily critical of the newspaper’s coverage of corruption allegations against him.
Modi has called the paper a “media instrument for vested interests”.
The Google News apps for Android and iOS are available in India, and Google says the Google News for Android app for iOS is now available in the US and Canada.
Google News for Google Play (Google Play Games) has a number “play games” to highlight stories from Google News.
There is also a section on “Google News Stories”.
Google News stories are divided into five categories: Local, International, Local Color, Local International, and Local International Color.
Local News Stories include local news from India.
Local color stories are about stories that highlight people or events in India.
Local color stories include local stories from India that are of interest to people in India or those living in India in general.
Local international stories are stories that are about local events or people in particular areas in India that highlight a different part of India.
The Google news app for Google Android is available in 32 languages, with English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Japanese being the default languages.
Google News is available for free for Android users who own the Google Play game apps.
Google also announced that it will open up a Google News API for the US market, allowing Google News stories to be made accessible to developers.