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Dainik Bhaskar, India's Largest Newspaper Group

Dainik Bhaskar, owned by DB Corp, is India’s largest selling Hindi language daily. It began operations in Bhopal as Subah Savere and Good Morning India in Gwalior in the year 1057. 54 more words


Coverage: Female Lens in a male dominated world (translation)

I got featured! interestingly, this is probably the most coverage I’ve gotten from my work, mostly because a lot of my work gets confidentiality clauses! So I’m never able to share what I do. But this is nice!

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The Printed Word

Contradicting global trends, Indian newspapers continue to see growth according to the latest Registrar of Newspapers in India (RNI). The number of registered publications has risen from 94,067 to 1,05,443 as on March 2015. 142 more words

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सलमान बेहद सरल और संवेदनशील व्यक्ति हैं.....

भोपाल| ‘बजरंगी भाईजान‘ फिल्म के निर्देशक कबीर खान
शुक्रवार को भोपाल आए हुए हैं। कबीर खान शाम को
dainikbhaskar.com के ऑफिस पहुंचे। यहां उन्होंने अपने 9 more words

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Made in भारत {India}

Design in India is constantly influenced by the west and with time brands in India are shying away from using Indian typefaces in their brand identities which are a huge part of our culture. 405 more words

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Bihar Bhaskar

Aiming to dominate their presence in Bihar, Dainik Bhaskar launches its 2nd edition from Baghalpur, reports exchange4media. To complete its full foray in Bihar, the newspaper will be launching two additional main editions from Muzzaffarpur and Gaya along with seven district editions in Hajipur, Purnea, Biharsharif /Nalanda, Arrah, Chhapra, Samastipur and Darbhanga. 118 more words

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Video Bhaskar

3 minutes, 3 times a day is all you need to view the important Video Bulletins covering the stories from Dainikbhaskar.com, the digital arm of Dainik Bhaskar Group. 193 more words

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