Habely is one of the leading and influential financial daily of Tripura. Habely started its journey in 1990. From the very beginning Habely is publishing with impartial principal. In terms of circulation it is continuing both in its print and on online editions. Habely has implemented wage board as directed by the government.

The Habely’s prime objective is dissemination of fair and objective news and information. It makes its best efforts to keep its readers informed about the ongoing social, economic, financial and political developments daily in its print edition, and also round-the-clock through its online version. It gives extensive coverage of economic and business developments taking place at home and abroad, in its both print and online editions.

Habely puts particular emphasis on publication of in-depth analyses, views and opinions on major domestic, regional and global trade, business and other related issues. The Habely attaches importance to the broad principles of a competitive market-oriented economy; it remains steadfast in its commitment to promoting its goals and objectives in an environment in which the public policies should be geared to playing a facilitatory role under a transparent rule-based system and also to fostering inclusive growth and participatory socio-economic and political development in countries like Tripura. Besides, the newspaper is focussed on promoting economic and financial literacy in the country through its reader-friendly presentation of news and views.

Habely is committed to serving the interest of its readers and people in general. While upholding professional and ethical values of journalism, Habely takes into account the prevailing laws of the country that are applicable to publications of the newspapers. It respects human rights and dignity of all citizens and takes particular care about not maligning anyone, no matter what his or her social standing is. The copyright that the newspaper establishment, Habely, enjoys with regard to all that is printed in the daily and posted on its website, are its legal rights. All those who read the daily or visit or view its website, are under legal obligation to respect, and not to infringe upon, those rights of the Habely.