Newspaper Danik Bhaskar becomes the world’s third most circulated newspaper

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Indian print industry can’t keep calm because Danik Bhaskar has ranked at the third place in the report of the world’s most circulated newspaper. World Press Trends 2019 has released a report with the names of the top circulated newspapers in the world. The Hindi daily newspaper Dainik Bhaskar, with over 4.3-million copies, marked on the third place. The other top two being Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan, 8.1-million copies) and Asahi Shimbun (Japan, 5.6 million copies).

In the report of 2013, the global position of Danik Bhasker was ranked at 35th position with 1.6-million copies, later in 2016 to fourth place with 3.8-million copies. This time it has touched the achievement mark with the number of totals circulated copies over 4.3-million copies.

In the report of 2013, the global position of Danik Bhasker was ranked at 35th position with 1.6-million copies, later in 2016 to fourth place with 3.8-million copies. This time it has touched the achievement mark with the number of totals circulated copies over 4.3-million copies.

Girish Agarwaal, promoter-director, DB Corp, said, “This is truly a great moment for us. The recognition of being ranked as the third-largest in the world is a proud development for the entire Bhaskar team and a reflection of our hard work and sincere efforts towards driving DBCL to this position.” He also added, “Dainik Bhaskar’s successful journey from being a mere 35th player in 2013 to attaining the third rank in the world is an outcome of a well-thought editorial strategy that continued to maintain a reader-centric approach, idea-based journalism and knowledge-enriched content. We sincerely thank our readers who have shown their faith in our editorial. The Dainik Bhaskar brand has reached a global level with this ranking and we will strive harder to maintain and aim for top ranking globally, with the support of all our associates.”

The report has been declared by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, Wan-Ifra. The association is the most authentic source of information about the worldwide newspaper industry. It’s a non-profit, non-governmental organization made up of 76 national newspaper associations, 12 news agencies, 10 regional press organisations, and many individual newspaper executives in 100 countries.

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