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Vijayavani publishes a ‘colossal’ supplement

12-November-2012
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Vijayavani publishes a ‘colossal’ supplement

Vijayavani recently published a special supplement christened ‘Anand Lokha’ with its Gangavathi edition to mark the birthday of Karnataka’s Minister of State.

The 208-page, all-colour supplement had 13 pages dedicated to the Minister’s achievements.

Vijayavani, launched by VRL Media under the aegis of logistics baron Anand Sankeshwar, launched its first edition in April 2012. By June 30, the edition count had gone up to nine. Vijayavani is also the only daily in Karnataka that prints all pages in colour, across all its nine editions.

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