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Sir ,

I have read your first ever editotor's note col. I suggest it is continued in every issue .
You have only mentioned Frontline circulation and readership has increased. Your claim is not followed by actual statistics . How much was the cir.before relaunch of frontline and the current cir after price increase. Also readership data is needed. You say Udupi circulation is doubled . Any figures ? Pl. give the for major 10 centers . I wish to see the contents are made more interesting for ordinary readers also apart from aspirants of competetive exams , students , researchers etc .
Pl. start giving minute by minute important news also 24 x 7 . Like in OUTLOOK , INDIA TODAY etc .
from:  Victor
Posted on: Apr 25, 2013 at 17:34 IST
Great to see a new and modern website. Well done, Sir!
from:  Alfred Bosie
Posted on: Apr 22, 2013 at 12:36 IST
Dear Sir , without sounding like a 'killjoy', I quite agree with your observation on the contribution of your circulation team to your magazine's success. Sustained success of F'line will be dependant on and determined by retaining AND enlarging your readership AND subscription NOS . As an extremely interested party in your success MAY I suggest a formal feedback effort from your end so that you gain MORE insight into what would keep your loyal readers loyal what would bring FENCESITTERS to your fold ? Warm regards and good wishes
from:  Arun Kr
Posted on: Apr 20, 2013 at 11:32 IST
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