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A person is considered to be missing when he or she is not found where he or she is usually found without any reason. When this happens, the first thing to do is lodge a first information report (FIR) with the appropriate police station and collect a copy of the FIR. Submitting a photocopy of the FIR is essential for publishing a missing person advertisement. Next is to place a missing person newspaper ad

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This can be in either of two forms:

 

•    Missing person classified text advertisement: This is the cheapest simple text roll-on ad charged by the word or line, depending on the newspaper.

 

•    Missing person classified display advertisement: This is a more expensive ad using colour background and colour photo and charged by the col. cm.

 

As far as possible, the ad should include a description of the person, the clothes being worn and the place last seen. This will be part of a missing person advertisement in a leading newspaper such as The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Dainik Jagran, Amar Ujala, Dainik Bhaskar, The Indian Express, Navbharat Times, Hindustan Hindi, Anandabazar Patrika, Assam Tribune, The Hindu, Daily Thanthi, Malayalam Manorama, Andhra Jyothi, Maharashtra Times, Gujarat Samachar, Kashmir Times and many others among over 1,000 members of the Indian Society (INS).

 

All over India, the simplest and fastest way to book a missing person ad in newspaper is through Myadvtcorner, the online facility of an INS-accredited ad agency which provides free service like the latest newspaper rates anywhere and missing person advertisement samples.

 

So, depend on this facility when placing a missing advertisement in a newspaper.

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Name: Babulal Kewat, age 65, wearing half sleeve white kurta and dhoti. He was without footwear and was last seen at Itarsi Railway Station on 15th June 2016. Address to be given. Finder please contact at: 90000 00000

 

Name: Aruna Palsandram, age 33 yrs., 5 ft. fair, wearing brown chudidhar. She went missing on 20th June 2014 at 3 pm. Contact: Raja Nagar, Bangalore Ph: 080-2200 0000 

 

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Name: Arun Gupta, 32 yrs. (mentally challenged) 5'8'', medium complexion, missing since 10th Oct. 2013, wearing yellow tshirt, spects and a red cap. Last seen at Sandhurst Road Railway station. When seen please inform 022-2200 0000, 98000 00000

 

Laxmi Das D/o Amit Das Resident of Gram Gejha, Phase-II, Noida, age 11 years, wearing blue top and denim skirt has been missing since 11.7.2013 from Gejha village. Finder will be suitably rewarded. Please contact immediately 099000 00000


My son Paramjit Singh, 39 years, height 5'7'', medium complexion, is missing from home since 19th March, 2011. Any one giving clue about him will be suitably rewarded. Contact: Madan Singh B-10, Sunshine Apartments, Park Road, New Delhi-85. # 98000 00000

 

 

Q.: What is the document that is required to book a missing person advertisement in a newspaper?
Ans.: A scanned copy of the First Information Report (FIR) is a mandatory requirement of the publication to get the advertisement published.

 

Q.: I want to place an advertisement of my daughter who is missing from Delhi in Navbharat Times. Please tell me the process to book the advertisement.
Ans.: For a missing person advertisement a scanned copy of the FIR is compulsory. This advertisement is released in a classified display format. Select the category, location and the newspaper and go on to the compose page. Create the ad with the help of ad samples which appear alongside the compose page. Attach an image of the person. Then select the release date, preview the entire booking and complete the payment process. For any other query call at 9810904604 or mail at contactus@myadvtcorner.com    Book Now! 

 

Q.: I want to release an advertisement of my missing wife in Times of India Mumbai. Please help me to compose the matter for the advertisement.
Ans.: The Ad matter can be composed using ad samples. The matter should include complete information of your wife such as her age, complexion, height and what she was wearing when last seen, and if she has visible distinguishing mark. Attach a picture with contact details. Please note if you are planning to reward the finder do not mention the amount. You are only required to write: Finder will be suitably rewarded. 

 

Q.: My brother is missing from his home town in Bihar. I want to book an advertisement in the missing person category. Please suggest a suitable newspaper.
Ans.: The suggested newspaper is ‘Hindustan Hindi’ which is the largest-read Hindi daily in Bihar. The wide circulation of Hindustan speaks of its popularity. Its editions are spread across 6 regions in the states of Delhi, Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Chandigarh and Uttarakhand. Please send us all the details of the missing person along with a photo so that we can design the ad and quote you the cost. As soon as we receive the payment we will let you know the publishing date. 

 

Q.: I am trying to help my maid to find her husband who is missing from Dehradun. Suggest the newspaper and the procedure.
Ans.: The newspapers suggested are Amar Ujala and Dainik Jagran. This is a classified display advertisement. You are required to mail us a scanned copy of the FIR and details of the person, i.e. physical appearance, age, height, the clothes worn at that time and attach a latest picture. The complete address and the contact number should be mentioned so that the finder can contact you easily. We will design the matter and send you the cost of the advertisement. As soon as we receive the payment the ad will be published.  

 

Q.: I have booked an advertisement in the missing person column in Deccan Chronicle Bengaluru edition. Is it possible to keep the advertisement on hold till I inform you the date of release. The payment has been done?
Ans.: The payment has been received by us and the advertisement can be put on hold till you intimate us about the date of release. In case the rate card of the publication changes, you will be charged according to the new rate and will have to pay the balance amount if any before the ad is published.  

 

Q.: I wish to publish a missing person advertisement in a national newspaper with maximum coverage. Please advise.
Ans.: While giving a missing person advertisement, the newspaper and its edition should be chosen very carefully. The advisable national newspapers are Times of India, Hindustan Times for northern and western India, The Hindu for the southern region and The Telegraph for the eastern region. 

Through MyAdvtCorner.com, your ad can mention various details of the missing person like complexion, hair, distinctive habits etc as well as where the person went missing so that the appropriate newspaper can also be used.


Through MyAdvtCorner.com, the text of the ad can then be written and then enhanced through borders, bold texts, background colour and other such visual devices in some newspapers. For classified, classified display or display ads, you can see the sample or send us the material for preparing the ad through our own experts. This can be simultaneously previewed, edited and finished to your complete satisfaction. It can then be sent by MyAdvtCorner.com for instant publication in the newspaper of your choice.

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