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Patrika launches its 37th edition from Sagar in MP

01-September-2015
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Patrika launches its 37th edition from Sagar in MP

Patrika has launched its 37th  edition in the city of Sagar in Madhya Pradesh with a circulation of 27,500 copies from day one. Patrika publishes  in Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Ratlam, Satna, Khandwa, Hoshangabad, Chindwara & Shadol.

Sagar edition of Patrika shall be covering Tikamgarh, Chattarpur, Damoh besides Sagar.

Saurabh Bhandari, National Head Marketing, Patrika Group said, " We are the only newspaper coming from a single company in Madhya Pradesh which delivers to the market the entire east & West Madhya Pradesh, IRS figures have already established our leadership over the erstwhile leading newspaper company. The launch of Sagar edition will further consolidate Patrika's leadership position, giving our associates an edge. I give all the credit to the support that we have received from readers & advertisers for this success and congratulate them.”

Patrika group is today present in eight states. It enjoys a readership of 1.29 crore readers across India.
 

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