The Week (Indian magazine)

The Week (Indian magazine)

Infobox Magazine
title = The Week

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editor = Phillip Mathew
editor_title = Managing Editor
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frequency = Weekly
circulation =
category = News
company =
publisher = Malayala Manorama Group
firstdate =
country = India
language = English
website =
issn =

The Week is an English language Indian weekly newsmagazine published by the The Manorama group, which also publishes the newspaper Malayala Manorama. Its Managing editor is Phillip Mathew, and Editor at large T R Gopalakrishna [cite web
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title = Review on: The Week
accessdate = 2007-11-27
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