Missing Person Ads in Newspaper

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.