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Dainik Jagran is No. 1 in circulation as per ABC

05-November-2004
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Dainik Jagran is No. 1 in circulation as per ABC

The ABC figures for January-June 2004 (ABC Serial Volume No. 111) puts Dainik Jagran's circulation at 19,10,562, making it the largest circulated newspaper among all Indian dailies across all languages.

Making this claim, Sanjay Gupta, CEO, Dainik Jagran, said, "We have never compromised on editorial content and preferred to be the voice of the common man. I'm glad with readers' acceptance of Jagran as a progressive newspaper and their association with the daily."

The ABC ranking follows Dainik Jagran becoming the largest read daily with a readership of 1.64 crore, according to IRS 2003. The Jagran Group has 25 editions published from eight states.

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