Amar Ujala


Amar Ujala

Amar Ujala is a Hindi daily newspaper distributed in India, launched on April 18, 1948 as a 4-page newspaper with a circulation of 2,576 copies. "Amar Ujala" initially focused on political and social issues and crime stories. Twenty years later, the newspaper had a circulation of 20,000 serving over 14 districts in Western Uttar Pradesh. As of 2008, "Amar Ujala" readership is 2.96 Crore in India (Hindi belt). Eighteen editions are currently printed daily.

Amar Ujala is the No.1 Daily in the States of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and also the No.1 in the most productive & potential market of Western-U.P. Hence, Amar Ujala is the leader in the most fertile region of the country and also the leader of the Himalayan Belt.

External links

* [http://www.amarujala.com/ Amar Ujala official website] (Hindi) copy of 1.5 lakh


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