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    Indian Express Newspaper
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  • Ad is in simple text format with no design
  • Various enhancements like Tick, Border & Bold available

    Indian Express Newspaper
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    Indian Express Newspaper
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  • Ads can be displayed anywhere in publication
The Indian Express is the most popular English language daily newspaper in India commanding the largest readership in India. Your Classified Ad Bookings in Indian Express would surely reach your intended target audiences.
Indian Express is an English Language Daily Newspaper. Indian Express was launched in 1931 by an Ayurvedic doctor, Perumal Varadarajulu Naidu at the then Madras. In 1935 the ownership of the paper went to Ramnath Goenka. Indian Express is published from nine centers like Delhi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Kolkata, Vadodara, Chandigarh, Lucknow and Ahmedabad. Indian Express is one of the widely read English language daily newspapers in India. 
Indian Express Group launched several subsidiary newspapers such as Financial Express an English language daily newspaper in 1961 from Mumbai, Screen in English language from Mumbai, Lokprabha, a Marathi language daily newspaper from Mumbai, Loksatta, a Marathi language daily newspaper from Ahmedabad and Hindi language daily newspaper Jansatta from Baroda both in 1952. 
In 1991, Indian Express was split into two. The Southern group of editions is taken care by The New Indian Express while the Northern group of editions retained the original Indian Express name with "The" prefixed to the title, Indian Express. The Express Group has a Mumbai-headquartered division looking after Northern Group of publications and editions; while the Express Publications Madurai, a South Indian chain of newspapers including New Indian Express is a separate corporate entity different from the Northern Group of Publications.
Indian Express
Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Maharashtra, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal
Chandigarh, Chandigarh (Front Page), Gujarat, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, New Delhi, Pune
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