Loktej



Gujarat is an important Port city in the sub-continent of India and has inhabitants from different region of India. Therefore, specially keeping in mind the need of the non-Gujarati speaking population a number of Hindi Newspapers are also circulated in Surat and Loktej is the most popular among them.

Loktej is a Hindi newspaper that is published from the city of Surat in Gujarat. Loktej aims at collecting the immediate national and global headline news and making it available to the non-Gujarati speaking population of the city. Loktej highlights the most crucial news of the day and with a good language quality keeps the reader glued to the paper.



Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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