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Pragati Printing Press' founder Paruchuri Hanumantha Rao passes away

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Pragati Printing Press' founder Paruchuri Hanumantha Rao passes away

Pragati Offset Printers’ founder  Paruchuri Hanumantha Rao  passed away.  He started as a novice in printing technology. He was from an agricultural family, was a communist party worker, a journalist at Visalandhra newspaper and whatever he learnt about printing was from the workers at the press and learning through experience.  Pragati has been in the print industry for 50 years, and has earned the loyalty and trust of customers spread across various fields and geographies with our quality, timeliness and customer service.

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