Update: Indiatimes CEO Rishi Khiani informs us, via email, that HealthMeUp is being launched next, alongwith a mens lifestyle blog. Earlier: The latest from the Indiatimes'* stable is Luxpresso.com, a luxury site that, from what we've heard, is a part of its blog network. The site focuses on luxury goods for the India market, and looks like it will offer competition to the likes of the Vogue India and GQ India combine, with lifestyle content on fashion, accessories, travel, gadgets and celebs. Do keep in mind that a company that the Times of India group invested in - Instamedia - has a blog called BornRich, which has similar content, but doesn't target the Indian market. Luxpresso, strangely, is running ad networks (Tyroo and Adsense), which showcase non-luxury brands and sites: Also note how the 'Ads by Google' is barely visible. Perhaps the site is currently testing ads, and will incorporate luxury brand advertisers later. Luxpresso follows the rather eventful launch of their personal technology blog Technoholik earlier this year, and the pilot and puzzling disappearance of two other blogs - more on that below. Earlier this month, Alootechie had reported that other Indiatimes properties like Zigwheels (Auto), Golfingtimes (Golf), Wine Society of India (Wine) and iDiva (Women) are being transitioned to the blog network. iDiva appears to have already made that move. Health and brand advertising verticals? Earlier this year, Indiatimes had soft-launched two other blogs: - HealthMeUp: (dns points to Indiatimes, domain details cloaked) was live during July (Google Search and Twitter),…
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