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Advertise in Navbharat Times for a Select Hindi Readership

Navbharat Times is a broadsheet Hindi broadsheet daily published in Delhi (with sub-editions in Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad and Lucknow) and Mumbai. As of Jan-Jun 2014, it had a daily circulation of 5,69,055 copies according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations with a readership of nearly 20 lakh. All carry ads in such categories as Business, Obituary, Property, Automobile, Tender, Official Notices and Recruitment among others.

Book Navbharat Times Display Advertisement | Full Page | Half Page | Quarter Page Ads at Discount Rates

Navbharat Times display advertisement rates vary according to the circulation of the edition/sub-edition. Still, combined-rate discounts benefit same ads being published in the same size in more than one edition (e.g. Noida + Ghaziabad). 

Navbharat Times classified advertisement booking can be placed in two formats: 1) text classified are cheapest as roll-on ads charged per word subject to five lines, and the more expensive display classified ads which permit visuals and are charged on a per square centimetre basis.

Navbharat Times newspaper display advertisements, charged also on a per square centimetre basis, cost the most and have no restrictions with regard to size or page.

Navbharat Times full-page ad, Navbharat Times half-page ads, Navbharat Times quarter-page ads and other smaller display ads can be booked wherever the space exists.  

Display ads in Navbharat Times newspaper can be simply booked without the time and trouble involved in dealing directly with the publication. From one’s laptop or desktop computer, one can just contact the online advertising service of Myadvtcorner. Its up-to-date media section with provide the latest information on rates and rebates, free of charge. Also, given three days’ notice, it will also ensure the timely publication of an ad.

So, from wherever in India you wish to promote some goods, services or events in north and west India, just advertise in Navbharat Times.