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MP attracting print players, after TOI, Patrika to launch 2 editions

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MP attracting print players, after TOI, Patrika to launch 2 editions

Close on the heels of The Times of India announcing the launch of two more editions in Madhya Pradesh, now Patrika Group has launched two editions in MP in Mandsaur and Neemuch, taking the Group’s total editions to 30 across seven states.

The Mandsaur and Neemuch editions of Patrika Group hit the newsstands on July 28, 2011.

A press statement issued by the group said, “We have witnessed Patrika becoming one of the most powerful voices for Madhya Pradesh in short span of time and can look forward to some major upheavals in the present market shares of the existing players of the state as the newspaper spreads its wings to conquer more frontiers in Madhya Pradesh.”

The content for Patrika’s all coloured editions includes, the main edition with 16 pages, adding daily supplements ‘Just Mandsaur’ and ‘Just Neemuch’- 4 pages each makes it a complete reading delight with 20 pages of news and views.

Meanwhile, the other highlights of Patrika’s Mandsaur and Neemuch editions include weekly supplements Parivaar (on Wednesday), Me Next (on Saturday) and Hum Tum (on Sunday).

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