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Lalitha Jewellery leads BARC's Top 10 Brands list @Week 23

16-June-2017
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Lalitha Jewellery leads BARC's Top 10 Brands list @Week 23

Lalitha Jewellery reclaimed the first spot in Top 10 Brands for Week 23 (June 3–9) with 13,698 insertions.

Dish TV, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Idea 4G, Santoor Sandal and Turmeric, and Surf Excel Easy Wash entered the list at second, fourth, sixth, ninth and tenth spots with 9021, 8731, 8409, 7622 and 7088 insertions, respectively.

Make In India, Vimal Elaichi Pan Masala and Horlicks climbed to third, fifth and seventh spot with 8919, 8473 and 8377 insertions, respectively.

Honda Activa 4G slipped to eighth spot with 8321 insertions.

In the Top 10 Advertisers list, Hindustan Lever and Reckitt Benckiser (India) continued to retain the top two spots with 1,13,465 and 83,081 insertions, respectively.

Cadburys India, ITC Ltd and Colgate Palmolive India moved to third, fourth and fifth spot with 25,372, 19,405 and 18,474 insertions, respectively.

Brooke Bond Lipton India, Patanjali Ayurved Ltd and Godrej Consumer Products slipped to sixth, eighth and ninth spot with 17,973, 17,081 and 16,585 insertions, respectively.

Procter & Gamble and Marico entered the list at seventh and tenth spot with 17,570 and 16,491 insertions.

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