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The Tribune launches Bhatinda edition

The Tribune has launched its Bhatinda (Southern Punjab) edition on October 28. This follows the launch of its Haryana edition on September 14 this year.

The Bhatinda edition is the sixth edition of The Tribune after Chandigarh, Delhi, Jalandhar, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana. For its Bhatinda edition, The Tribune has specially commissioned a modern printing press to take care of the distribution of the newspaper to the entire Malwa belt, besides parts of Rajasthan and Haryana.

The launch of the Bhatinda edition is part of The Tribune’s strategy to expand nationally and open publishing centres closer to the readers’ homes with a view to serving them better. H K Dua, Editor-in-Chief, The Tribune, said, “The new edition will bring the latest news to the people of entire southern Punjab, especially focussing on problems related to education and healthcare. Besides giving focussed news of the region, we will also cover major national and international developments, particularly South Asia, including Pakistan.”


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