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A 128-page NewsBust India newspaper reached the readers of Indore on Thursday morning. NewsBust India surprised readers by breaking his own record of 108-page newspaper set 12 years ago in Indore. The theme of this 128-page historical newspaper was – How Indore became the first self-sufficient city in the country.
This achievement is special not only for the Dainik NewsBust India group, but also reveals the truth that the advertisers have again returned to the print media with confidence. It is also evident from this that various businesses are starting to get back on track.
For the first time, scrap metal artist has prepared the masthead of a newspaper. In this special issue of 128 pages Swarakokila Lata Mangeshkar, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar, Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Nestle India Suresh Narayanan, Aditya Birla Group's Neerja Birla, Kent RO's Mahesh Gupta, State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan And many celebrities including former Chief Minister Kamal Nath have also contributed by writing articles.
This special issue on self-sufficient theme
This 128-page edition embraces the theme of a completely self-sufficient India. Real estate, two wheeler, four wheeler, jewelery, electronics, lifestyle, government and social advertisers came forward to take advantage of the self-reliant Indore theme in the advertising categories of their respective sectors.
Great readable content
This version is fantastic from the readers' perspective. It has excellent readable content, which is a gift for our readers. In Dainik NewsBust India, we present daily news and information in such a way that readers can use it in their everyday life. This version is believed to increase positive thinking among advertisers and customers.
Newspaper industry returned to pre-Corona situation
The newspaper industry in India has returned to pre-corona status with its linguistic publications. Circulation has almost reached the pre-Karana level. The power of non-metro cities of India is behind this. A recently published EY report states that, "Non-metro markets will promote India's recovery. It is expected that customers will mostly spend in the categories that come in non-metro. These markets include TVs, There is more inclination to spend on fridges, washing machines, vehicles and lifestyle.