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Tribune to launch supplements on real estate and Himachal Pradesh

03-May-2006
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Tribune to launch supplements on real estate and Himachal Pradesh

Tribune is revamping its editorial content with two new weekly supplements focusing on real estate and Himachal Pradesh. The supplement on Himachal Pradesh, christened Himachal Plus, is being launched on May 3, while the one on real estate will be unveiled on May 6.

The inaugural edition of Himachal Plus, which will be published on Wednesdays, will be of eight pages, while the subsequent issues will have four pages.

Speaking to exchange4media, Editor-in-Chief of Tribune, H K Dua, said that the pullout on Himachal Pradesh would be in addition to another weekly pullout, Amritsar Plus, and bi-weekly pullout, Jalandhar Plus.

“Due to lack of space in the main edition, we were not able to give proper representation to Himachal Pradesh. The people-oriented Himachal Plus, which will focus on health, education, tourism, transport, etc, will fill this void,” maintained Dua.

The real estate supplement, which has been named The Tribune Real Estate, will come out on Saturdays and circulated with Tribune in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi NCR and Chandigarh. The inaugural issue will be of 10 pages, while the subsequent issues will be of four or more pages.

The real estate pullout will focus on buying, selling, financing, investing, constructing, renovating or decorating the home. Said Dua, “In the wake of the real estate boom, property buyers and sellers are in dire need of authentic and reliable information and our weekly supplement will fulfill this need.”

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