The paper was launched in 2006 and has achieved success in little duration. But now the internet edition has also been launched. The website is www.dailyhindustanexpress.com
The site is neat and refereshing. The fonts are clear and unlike Rashtriya Sahara, the Urdu script used on this website is familiar to Indian eyes (not the Arabic fonts). Khalid Anwar is the editor while Sohaib Ahmad is the printer and publisher, as the printline says.
It is the beginning and so far the paper looks neat. Hopefully the website would be run efficiently unlike Urdu Times Mumbai where most supplements and other links are not updates. Inquilab has also the similar problem.
Another minor issue I noticed is that when you click on a page, either the link back to homepage is not available or the back button gets de-activated. Rest is fine. Best of luck to the e-paper and the entire Hindustan Express team.