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Top 10 English Dailies: Indian


Readership Survey (IRS) 2008 — Round
2
By admin
Created Nov 20 2008 - 13:33

Following are the top ten English daily newspapers in India, according to the Indian
Readership Survey (IRS) 2008 Round 2 released recently by the Media Research Users
Council (MRUC).

Note: These are all readership figures (in lakhs) and not circulation numbers.

TOP 10 ENGLISH DAILIES


Rank Newspaper IRS 2007 ROUND 2 IRS 2008 ROUND 2
1 The Times of India 134.78 133.32
2 Hindustan Times 60.92 63.47
3 The Hindu 52.53 52.76
4 The Telegraph 30.40 29.70
5 Deccan Chronicle 29.87 28.23
6 The Economic Times 19.86 20.06
7 The New Indian Express 18.75 18.25
8 Mumbai Mirror 16.27 16.22
9 Mid-Day 17.72 16.17
10 Daily News & Analysis 12.18 13.37
(All figures are in lakhs)
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Top 10 Magazines Overall: Indian


Readership Survey (IRS) 2008 — Round
2
By admin
Created Nov 20 2008 - 13:52

Following are the top ten magazines (overall) in India, according to the Indian
Readership Survey (IRS) 2008 Round 2 released recently by the Media Research Users
Council (MRUC).

Note: These are all readership figures (in lakhs) and not circulation numbers.

TOP 10 MAGAZINES
IRS 2007 ROUND IRS 2008 ROUND
RankMagazine Language
2 2
1 Saras Salis Hindi 106.36 84.61
2 Kumudam Tamil 81.59 70.14
3 Kungumam Tamil 83.69 66.74
4 India Today English 71.33 61.58
5 India Today Hindi 69.68 58.09
6 Vanitha Malayalam62.92 57.35
7 Meri Saheli Hindi 62.42 54.48
8 Ananda Vikatan Tamil 60.41 52.23
9 Cricket Samrat Hindi 51.04 47.93
Pratiyogita
10 Hindi 41.19 43.64
Darpan
(All figures are in lakhs)

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Top 10 Fortnightlies: Indian Readership


Survey (IRS) 2008 — Round 2
By admin
Created Nov 20 2008 - 14:08

Following are the top ten fortnightlies in India, according to the Indian Readership
Survey (IRS) 2008 Round 2 released recently by the Media Research Users Council
(MRUC).

Note: These are all readership figures (in lakhs) and not circulation numbers.

TOP 10 FORTNIGHTLIES
IRS 2007 ROUND IRS 2008 ROUND
RankPublication Language
2 2
1 Saras Salil Hindi 106.36 84.61
2 Vanitha Malayalam 62.92 57.35
3 Champak Hindi 39.17 37.35
4 Sarita Hindi 36.86 34.42
Aval
5 Tamil 18.16 24.35
Vikatan
Bangla
6 Sananda 21.86 19.47
(Bengali)
Bangla
7 Anandalok 18.48 16.96
(Bengali)
8 Balhans Hindi 15.91 15.67
Bangla
9 Unish Kuri 13.94 13.25
(Bengali)
Bangla
10 Desh 13.49 12.72
(Bengali)
(All figures are in lakhs)
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Top 10 Monthlies: Indian Readership


Survey (IRS) 2008 — Round 2
By admin
Created Nov 20 2008 - 14:15

Following are the top ten monthlies in India, according to the Indian Readership Survey
(IRS) 2008 Round 2 released recently by the Media Research Users Council (MRUC).

Note: These are all readership figures (in lakhs) and not circulation numbers.

TOP 10 MONTHLIES
RankPublication Language IRS 2007 IRS 2008
ROUND 2 ROUND 2
1 Meri Saheli Hindi 62.42 54.48
2 Cricket Samrat Hindi 51.04 47.93
3 Pratiyogita Darpan Hindi 41.19 43.64
4 Grehlakshmi Hindi 50.98 43.15
5 Readers Digest English 49.29 39.95
General Knowledge
6 English 43.73 35.23
Today
7 Manohar Kahaniyan Hindi 38.07 32.09
8 Nandan Hindi 26.70 27.21
Competition Success
9 English 32.87 26.81
Review
Mathrubhumi Arogya
10 Malayalam31.48 26.24
Masika
(All figures are in lakhs)

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Top 5 Telugu Dailies: Indian Readership


Survey (IRS) 2008 — Round 2
By admin
Created Nov 20 2008 - 14:51

Following are the top five Telugu newspapers in India, according to the Indian
Readership Survey (IRS) 2008 Round 2 released recently by the Media Research Users
Council (MRUC).

Note: These are all readership figures (in lakhs) and not circulation numbers.

TOP 5 TELUGU DAILIEs


Rank Newspaper IRS 2007 ROUND 2 IRS 2008 ROUND 2
1 Eenadu 142.22 144.11
2 Andhra Jyothi 56.83 68.11
3 Vartha 71.08 63.46
4 Andhra Bhoomi 15.57 14.29
5 Prajasakti 4.23 3.30
(All figures are in lakhs)

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