Top Ten Towns with Highest Print Readership

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Source India Today - R K Swamy BBDO Guide to Urban Markets
Rank Towns States Print Readership Per 1,000 Population
1 Kochi Kerala 901
2 Thiruvalla Kerala 883
3 Kozhikode Kerala 881
4 Kottayam Kerala 874
5 Chenganacherry Kerala 863
6 Thrissur Kerala 860
7 Cherthala Kerala 858
8 Kannur Kerala 856
9 Kodungallur Kerala 845
10 Guruvayoor Kerala 840

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