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Inquilab celebrates 72nd anniversary with special issue today

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Inquilab celebrates 72nd anniversary with special issue today

Urdu daily Inquilab from the Mid-Day Infomedia Ltd stable is celebrating its 72nd anniversary this year. The paper has come up with a special edition on January 21, 2011 and is claiming to have come out with 85,000 copies for this special issue.

The special edition of the newspaper features Muslim icons who are proving to be role models for their community and individuals who have worked tirelessly in their respective fields and have earned the respect of everyone around them.

Inquilab will be profiling young engineers, doctors, software, marketing and IT professionals, filmmakers, artist, entertainers, sportsmen, politicians, entrepreneurs, builders, financers, businessmen, educationists and hoteliers, who have adapted themselves to a modern lifestyle, but are still in touch with their roots.

Inquilab claims to have readership of over 5 lakh, out of which 2 lakh are exclusive readers who do not read any other standard morning newspaper. This special issue is being promoted through print ads in Inquilab.


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