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About Epaper: Lokmat is a popular Marathi language newspaper. It is the fourth largest Indian daily in Marathi, Lokmat is the largest selling daily with 1.2 million copies a day.
Editions: Nagpur, Mumabai, Etc...
Language: Marathi
Website: http://www.lokmat.com
Frequency: Daily Epaper
Country: India
Registration: Not Required
Price: Free

Lokmat is the largest read & circulated Marathi language newspaper. It is the fifth largest Indian daily and in Marathi, it is the largest selling daily with 15.8 million copies a day.As per IRS 2010 Q3, Lokmat has a total readership of 23.67 million.Its registered and corporate offices are located in Mumbai, Maharashtra (India) and its main administrative center is located at Lokmat Building, Lokmat Square, Nagpur (India).

Lokmat has 11 Marathi editions in Maharashtra.
  1. Nagpur (including Chandrapur, Yavatmal, Wardha, Gondia, Amravati and Gadchiroli supplements)
  2. Aurangabad (including Separate Hello Lokmat Supplement For 8 Distticts in Marathwada)
  3. Mumbai (including Ratnagiri & Sindhudurg)
  4. Pune
  5. Ahmednagar (including Shirdi and Beed)
  6. Solapur
  7. Kolhapur (including Sangli & Satara)
  8. Nashik
  9. Jalgaon (inclusive of Dhule and Nandurbar)
  10. Akola (including Buldhana, Washim and supplements)
  11. Goa
Lokmat also caters to the Marathi speaking population outside Maharashtra. It has editions in Indore (Madhya Pradesh) and Belgaum (Karnataka). On 21 April 2009, Lokmat launched its Goa edition (Marathi) primarily for the Marathi-speaking population of north and north-east Goa.

Chairman Vijay J. Darda, along with brother Rajendra Darda, has been the chief visionary and driving force behind Lokmat’s growth over the last three decades. He is a recipient of several prestigious awards including the Feroze Gandhi Memorial Award for excellence in journalism in 1990-91, the Giant International Journalism Award in 1997, Ten Outstanding Businessmen, Industrialist and Professional Award in 2001, Late Vidyadhar Gokhale Memorial Award in 2003 and Shri. Brajlallji Biyani Journalism Award by Lions Club of Indore in 2006.

Mr. Darda is the Chairman of Audit Bureau of Circulation (India) for the year 2010-11. He is a former President of the Indian Newspaper Society, Founder President of South Asian Editors Forum formed by the editors of dailies in South Asia, an ex-member of the Press Council of India and Managing Trustee of the Press Institute of Maharashtra. Currently, he is a member of the World Association of Newspaper, Paris, the Commonwealth Press Union, London, the International Advertising Association Inc., New York, the Indian Language Newspaper Association, the National Readership Studies Council and the Advertising Club of India.

In addition to being a journalist and an entrepreneur, Mr. Darda is also active in the political arena. He is a Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha (upper house) since 1998, having been elected for three consecutive terms. Additionally, he is a member of numerous standing and consultative committees of the parliament such as Finance, Information and Technology, Petroleum and Natural Gas and the Railways.

Mr. Darda holds a bachelor’s degree in arts and a diploma in journalism and printing technology from Bhavan’s College, Mumbai.

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