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The Caravan, an English-language magazine from Delhi Press with a narrative-style writing, has been rolled out nation-wide with a new look and a higher cover price. The Caravan – originally launched in 1940 by the group’s founder, Vishwa Nath, ceased publication in 1980. It was revived by the current director, Delhi Press, Anant Nath in 2008 and soft launched in select markets. Now priced at Rs 40, the re-launched ‘The Caravan’ has a new design, shape and editorial content.
Delhi Press has launched a new fortnightly magazine The Caravan. The magazine will cover politics, culture, art and literature in an in-depth manner. The Caravan draws its inspiration from the popular literary magazine, The New Yorker.The magazine is now available on the newsstands and is priced at Rs. 35 per issue with 64 pages in each issue. It has a starting print run of 17,000 copies and will be circulated in all the major metros. Anant Nath, director, Delhi Press came up with the idea of this magazine. Paresh Nath is the group editor-in-chief.
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