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Is Mumbai Mirror stopped?

The Times of India Group on Saturday announced that it will stop the publication of Mumbai Mirror and Pune Mirror due to the coronavirus-induced economic crisis. However, Mumbai Mirror will be relaunched as a weekly, and continue to have a strong digital presence, the group said in a statement.

Who started Mumbai Mirror?

Mumbai Mirror

The frontpage of Mumbai Mirror on 2 August 2016
Owner(s) The Times Group
Publisher Metropolitan Media Company
Editor Ravi Joshi
Launched 25 May 2005

Who started the Indian mirror?

In 1861, the newspaper, Indian Mirror, was edited and published by Manmohan Ghosh and Devendranath Tagore from Calcutta.

Why is Mumbai Mirror shutting down?

Mumbai Mirror and Pune Mirror, newspaper publications under The Times of India media giant, will shut down. The two newspapers, are closing down due to the impact of the coronavirus-induced economic crisis.

How much does an ad in the newspaper cost?

The average newspaper ad cost depends on the circulation of the paper, the size, day, and ink. A full-page ad can cost anywhere from $2,700 to over $163,000 depending on these factors, whereas small modular ads can cost as little as $50.

What is the price of news paper in India?

It is interesting to note that the cheapest newspaper comes for Rs 2 which is a regional language newspaper while price of business newspapers goes high to Rs 10 such as The Economic Times being sold at Rs 10, Business Standard at Rs 7 and Financial Express Rs 8.

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