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 1.58 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 Yavatmal,Wardha, Gondia, Amravati and Gadchiroli supplements)
2. Aurangabad (including Separate Hello Lokmat Supplement For 8 Distticts in Marathwada)
3. Mumbai (including Ratnagiri & Sindhudurg)
5. Ahmednagar (including Shirdi and Beed)
7. Kolhapur (including Sangli & Satara)
9. Jalgaon (inclusive of Dhule and Nandurbar)
10. Akola (including Buldhana, Washim and supplements)
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.
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