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Patrika group starts its own printing unit from Bangalore to further consolidate its growing penetration in Karnataka

30-December-2014
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Patrika group starts its own printing unit from Bangalore to further consolidate its growing penetration in Karnataka

The first newspaper printed in its own publishing facility was circulated on 29th Dec.

Rajasthan Patrika is not penurious to any identity. The newspapers is doing very well and has been ascending since its inception over five decades ago. 

Today, Rajasthan Patrika stands at the top position in Rajasthan, Madhya
Pradesh & Chattisgarh as per Indian Readership Survey 2013 (IRS). The newspaper has achieved the reputation of number one Hindi daily in the regions of Karnataka, survey of IRS 2013 reports. This came to the track of possibility with dedication and determination of the organization. In the year 1996, to expand its dimensions and cater people of all class and creed with authentic news, Rajasthan Patrika, challenging its limits, stepped in the non-Hindi speaking state like Karnataka. Bengaluru was the first ever edition outside the desert state for the newspaper.

Edging past all problems and overcoming all threats posed in its path, today there is hardly any Hindi speaking home left in the region which don't receive copy of Rajasthan Patrika. As per reports from ABC, Patrika's circulation is more than 58000 copies a day in Bangalore alone and has even got a separate edition from Hubli, that clearly shows its growing popularity. The circulation of copies is not merely restricted to Karnataka, but now it also covers major pockets of Maharashtra and Goa. In Goa itself it has got many agents working for the organization. Despite of not having massive coverage, in terms of the spread of this coveted institution of journalism, there is hardly any Hindi speaking home where Patrika is not delivered. Even the probability of the non-delivery is not there. Now, after receiving a great appreciation and much love from the readers, Patrika has initiated its own printing press to cater the southern state. The new venture intends to empower Patrika with full facility to cater various printing solutions as per various advertisers demand.

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