Rajasthan Patrika

If one is to refer to Kota News, the name Rajasthan Patrika inevitably pops up. Rajasthan Patrika is one of the most circulated daily newspaper published in Hindi language from the Indian state of Rajasthan. Simultaneously, there are publications of Rajasthan Patrika from major cities of Rajasthan as well as of India like Kota, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ganganagar, Sriganganagar, Banglore, Udaipur, Surat, Bhilwara, Sikar, Ahmedabad, Bikaner, Chennai, Alwar, Kolkata and Hubli. The Kota edition itself has a daily circulation of 66, 000 copies every day, as per the count of the Audit Bureau of Circulation between the months of January to June 2001. This popular daily also has a web version available over the Internet.

The Kota Rajasthan Patrika contains news, features, comments, detailed information and advertising of general or special interest. The maintenance of high quality of the Rajasthan Patrika has helped it to thrive with elan in spite of competition from visual and audio media. For many people in Kota, mornings still begin with Rajasthan Patrika, Kota and a cup of hot tea. The immense popularity has also helped the newspaper earn massive revenues from advertising. The group is now excelling in providing complete media solutions. What started as an evening newspaper in 1956, is now also has a 16 page daily newspaper, and an FM station just because its huge fan following.

The Rajasthan Patrika of Kota features reliable and authentic news, which focuses on local as well as national and international news. Commentaries, sports news, entertainment business and economic news of the Rajathan Patrika are held in high esteem. Weekly special pages include the much loved popular sections like stories, health issues, film, crosswords, and astrology along with classifieds, travel, career and education sections. The journalists of Rajasthan Patrika try to give their best and even face serious obstacles as they try to provide the latest news in time.

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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