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comScore report ranks as India’s No.2 news website has become the No. 2 News website in the country surpassing all other key online players, as per the latest comScore report.

According to the press release, has 24.3 million unique visitors and 378 million page views. It also continues its dominance as the No.1 Hindi News Website by widening the gap by two and half times compared to its nearest peer, while, Divya Bhaskar, the leading Guajarati website of the group maintains its No.1 spot.

Commenting on this achievement, Gyan Gupta, CEO, DB Digital, said, “We are immensely thrilled to reach this milestone. This is testimony to the growing popularity of Hindi content on digital media that has successfully challenged earlier presumption of low Hindi readership on the web, to this point when readers believe that Hindi is the language that can help transform the internet. With clear conviction, content innovation and great team work, today, we are making significant progress. Dainik Bhaskar’s ability to provide hyper local content within geographies where we have a strong print presence, extensive coverage of news, and content appealing to a large section of readers across age groups, has been at the core of this transformation of perception.”

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