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Mumbai

Rs.600 / 5 Lines

Pune

Rs.400 / 5 Lines

Nashik

Rs.180 / 5 Lines

Aurangabad

Rs.100 / 5 Lines

Nagpur

Rs.130 / 5 Lines

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Pune - (Times Of India + Maharashtra Times + Economic Times + Mirror)
Rs.1,321/ 5 Lines
Rs.1,321 / 5 Lines
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Mumbai

Rs.2,550(3 x 5 cm)

Pune

Rs.2,070(3 x 5 cm)

Nashik

Rs.660(3 x 5 cm)

Aurangabad

Rs.480(3 x 5 cm)

Nagpur

Rs.450(3 x 5 cm)

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Pune - (Times Of India + Maharashtra Times + Economic Times + Mirror)
Rs. 572 sqcm
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Nagpur - (Times Of India + Maharashtra Times)
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Mumbai (Times of India + Maharashtra Times)
Spl. Offer: Book 15 Get 6 Free , Book 25 Get 8 Free , Book 10 Get 3 Free , Book 7 Get 2 Free
Rs.420
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Maharashtra Times is circulated around the following locations :

Location Circulation Cost View Details
Edition: Mumbai Ciculation: 302,690 copies Price: Rs.600 /5 Lines
Edition: Pune Ciculation: 36,400 copies Price: Rs.400 /5 Lines
Edition: Nashik Ciculation: 7,406 copies Price: Rs.180 /5 Lines
Edition: Aurangabad Ciculation: 1,387 copies Price: Rs.100 /5 Lines
Edition: Nagpur Ciculation: 485 copies Price: Rs.130 /5 Lines

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