Hindi daily NaiDunia, currently running its editions in Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Raipur and Bilaspur, is now launching its sixth edition in Jabalpur on September 24.
Rajnath Singh, National President, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), would grace the launch ceremony along with Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh. Cabinet Ministers Suresh Pachauri and Kantilal Bhuria, Madhya Pradesh State Legislative Assembly President Ishwardas Rohani, and General Secretary of Congress Digvijay Singh would also be present at the launch.
Commenting on the launch of the Jabalpur edition, Vineet Sethia, Director, NaiDunia, said, “NaiDunia will now have 100 per cent geographical presence across Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. It will have 20 pages daily, out of which the 16 main pages will be in colour. Other then this, NaiDunia will have three weekly supplements and two fortnightly magazines. ‘Nayika’ for women, on Wednesdays; ‘Glamour Dunia’ for film buffs, on Saturdays; and ‘Tarang’ for the entire family, on Sundays, are the three supplements that would go with the newspaper. ‘Spectrum’ for kids and ‘Sehat’ for the health conscious readers are the fortnightly magazines that we would offer along with the newspaper.”
NaiDunia had created a pre-launch hype to generate excitement among the local masses in Jabalpur. Sethia further said, “We have ensured our brand presence in every nook and corner of Jabalpur through extensive use of outdoor, cable networks, on-ground activities and direct marketing.”
Vinay Chhajlani, CEO and Director, NaiDunia, said, “It is a very proud moment for us as this year also marks our 60th anniversary, as also the torch of truthful, fearless, reliable and transparent journalism ignited by our ancestors 60 years back. We are happy that the ideals of quality journalism admired by millions will now be a staple food for thought for readers of Jabalpur too. With best of content, newsprint and state-of-the-art printing technology, we are raring to go places.”