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Currently Kate is Director, Response for the non metro branches and language newspapers, BCCL

Abid Hasan 15-July-2015

 This special NBT-NCR edition will be circulated in Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Greater Noida and Noida and will also have hyper local city pullouts.

exchange4media Staff 02-January-2012

Ranjeet Kate, Director, Times Language Business, writes about the seven ways for national dailies to gather momentum in regional markets.

Ranjeet Kate 29-December-2011

As the country celebrates Ganpati festival, starting September 1, 2011, Marathi newspaper Maharashtra Times turns into a ‘Fragrant Newspaper’ for the next 10 days during the festival period.

Nitin Pandey 01-September-2011

Times Group is all set to launch Marathi daily Maharashtra Times in Pune on January 7, 2010. The newspaper will be in all-colour format, with an initial print run of 3 lakh copies.

Nitin Pandey 06-January-2011

The latest round of IRS 2010 is music to the ears of the publishers of language dailies, with the readership trend positive for most brands, observes Ranjeet Kate, Director, Languages Business, Times Group. Kate analyses the rise of the language dailies in India and the factors that are contributing to their growth.

Ranjeet Kate 09-December-2010