The Reluctant Editor
The New Paper throughout the 90s and early 2000s was known for its eye-catching headlines plastered on the covers of the paper. It's unique design and edgy writing was what made it grow threefold, from 50,000 papers to 150,000 being circulated each day.
Who was the man behind its rise? P N Balji, an iconoclast of his time, shares his story doing journalism in Singapore for over 30 years, and how he came to be The Reluctant Editor