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Hindustan Times readership increases to 24.75 lakhs

10-July-2001
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Hindustan Times readership increases to 24.75 lakhs

According to the latest National Readership Survey (NRS) report, overall readership of the Hindustan Times has increased to 24.75 lakhs from the previous figure of 21.14 lakhs.

The survey shows that the readership of HT’s New Delhi edition has increased by 17 per cent. The Hindustan Times saw a growth of 64 per cent in Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab (combined). The daily managed to add 1.1 lakh readership over the last NRS.

In Bihar, the Hindustan Times achieved a growth of 76 per cent.

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