Sunday, October 24, 2010

Newspaper, magazine and other publications in Kerala

  • Balabhumi
  • Balarama
  • Chandrika Daily
  • Chitrabhumi
  • Deepika
  • Deshabhimani
  • Grihalakshmi
  • Janmabhumi
  • Kala Kaumudi
  • Kanyaka
  • Kerala Kaumudi
  • Kerala Sabdam
  • Kesari Weekly
  • Madhyamam Daily
  • Mahilaratnam
  • Malayala Manorama
  • Malayala Manorama Weekly
  • Mangalam Daily
  • Mangalam Weekly
  • Mathrubhumi (Calicut, Kannur, Kochi, Kollam, Kottayam, Malappuram, Pallakad, Thrissur, Trivandrum)
  • Mathrubhumi Arogya Masika
  • Mathrubhumi Illustrated Weekly
  • Mathrubhumi Sports Masika
  • Mathrubhumi Thozhilvartha
  • Nana Film Weekly
  • Rashtra Deepika
  • Rashtra Deepika Children's Digest
  • Rashtra Deepika Cinema
  • Samakalika Malayalam Vaarika
  • Sthreedhanam
  • The Week
  • Vanitha

Friday, October 22, 2010

Newspaper, magazine and other publications in Maharashtra (except Mumbai)

  • Aaj Ka Anand
  • Agrowon
  • Baliraja
  • Daily Prabhat
  • Hitavada
  • Lokmanya Sanjvarta
  • Lokmat (Nagpur, Pune)
  • Lokmat Samachar
  • Lokmat Times
  • Maharashtra Herald
  • Mahavidarbha Daily
  • National Sandesh
  • Nava Bharat
  • Prajawani
  • Purogami Vicharache Ekmat
  • Rashtradoot
  • Ratnagiri Times
  • Sakal (Nagpur, Pune, Satara)
  • Sandhyanand
  • Saptahik Sakal
  • Shramik Ekjoot
  • Tarun Bharat
  • The Kesari
  • Vigyapan Ki Duniya

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Advertisement ethics and code of medical standards of Indian Newspaper Society

The following advertisement ethics and code of medical standards have been approved by the Indian Newspaper Society for members' guidance:
  • Society members shall not favour direct advertisers by giving them better facilities such as lower rates, longer credit periods, preferential positions, commissions, discounts and supplying artwork at nominal rates.
  • Member Papers shall not give commissions, or any form of rebate to any direct advertiser. Any advertising agency not accredited or a canvasser may be allowed commission not exceeding 10 per cent.
  • Member papers shall take all reasonable precautions to ensure that all advertisements accepted by them is legal, clean, honest and truthful and that such advertisement is in respect of reputable goods or service.
  • The society, through its members, undertakes to use all possible measures to develop the qualitative and quantitative factors of their publications so as to render the best possible service to the public and to advertisers.
  • Member publications shall strictly observe the rules passed by the Society from time to time and published in the Society's Hand Book in respect of all advertising agencies accredited by the Society.
  • No advertisement will be accepted by the newspapers represented in the Indian Newspaper Society which contains matters:
    1. Claiming to procure the miscarriage of women, birth control except contraceptives or measures approved by law and by recognized authorities, ore regulation of menses,
    2. dealing with the treatment of habits associated with sexual indulgence or of any ailment associated with such habits,
    3. using any of cloudy discharge, sexual disability, sexual virility, impotence, night losses, excreta, loss of manhood, wet dreams, rejuvenation expressions and any other words which offend good taste,
    4. recommending the treatment of any ailment by omulets, talismans or other means of a similar nature.
  • No advertisement will be inserted containing a testimonial other than one limited to the actual views of the writer, nor any testimonial given by a doctor other than a recognized Indian Medical Practitioner unless it is manifest that the writer is not a Doctor of Medicine.
  • No advertisement will be accepted containing claims or illustrations which are distorted or exaggerated in such a manner as to convey false impressions or containing statements of a 'knocking' or extravagant nature.
  • No advertisement will be accepted which in any way may lead persons to believe that the product recommended emanates from any hospital or official source, or is other than a proprietary medicine advertised by a particular manufacturer for the purpose specified, unless the advertisement agent submitting the copy declares that the authority of such hospital or official source had been duly obtained.
  • No advertisement will be accepted by the newspapers represented in the Indian Newspaper Society which offends the provisions of the Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act 1954, The Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Acts 1950, The Weights and Measures (Enforcement) Acts of various states, The Prize Competitions Act 1955, The Prohibition Acts of various states, Reserve Bank of India Rules and Regulations, The Lotteries (Control & Tax) and Prize Competitions (Tax) Act applicable to various states and/or any other relevant Acts that are in force.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Newspaper, magazine and other publications in Gujarat

  • Abhiyan
  • Akila
  • Avadh Times
  • Bindu
  • Commodity World
  • Desh Pardeshni Aajkal
  • Divya Bhaskar (Ahmedabad, Baroda, Rajkot, Surat)
  • Financial Express (Gujarati)
  • Gujarat Samachar (Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bhavnagar, Rajkot, Surat)
  • Gujarat Today
  • Gujarat Vaibhav
  • Gujaratmitra & Gujaratdarpan
  • Herald Young Leader
  • Jai Hind (Rajkot)
  • Loksatta Jansatta
  • Kutchmitra
  • Kutch Uday
  • Loktej
  • Naya Padkar
  • Nobat Daily
  • Phulchhab
  • Prabhat
  • Sambhaav Metro
  • Sandesh
  • Saurashtra Bhoomi
  • Saurashtra Samachar
  • Western Times

Friday, October 15, 2010

Advertising agency service standards

Advertising agencies shall observe the following standards. Advertising agency service consists of interpreting to the public the advantages of a product or service which is based upon:
  • A study of the product or service in order to determine the advantages and disadvantages inherent in the product itself and in its relation to competition.
  • An analysis of the present and potential market for which the product or service is adapted.
  • A knowledge of the factors of distribution and sales and their method of operation.
  • A practical knowledge of all the available media which can profitably be used to carry the interpretation of the product or service to the main parts of the products.
  • Ability to formulate a definite plan of campaign on the basis of the study, analysis and knowledge.
  • Ability and facilities to execute this plan by:
    1. writing, translating, designing, illustrating advertisements or other appropriate forms of the message.
    2. contracting for space or other means of advertising.
    3. preparing a message in mechanical form and forwarding it with proper instructions for the fulfillment of the contract.
    4. checking and verifying all insertions, display or other means used.
    5. checking, invoicing and paying for the service space and preparation.
  • The above outline is illustrative and not definite of what agency service is, so that applicants shall know what is expected of them by the Society when dealing with applications for accreditation.
  • Advertising agencies shall adhere strictly to the Society's Code of Advertisement Ethics and Standards.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Newspaper, magazine and other publications in Chandigarh

  • Ajit Daily
  • Amar Ujala (Chandigarh, Dharamshala, Jalandhar, Jammu)
  • Bharat Desh Hamara
  • Business & Economy
  • Charhdikala
  • Daily Charhdikala
  • Daily Excelsior
  • Daily Haq Presth
  • Daily Nawan Zamana
  • Daily Panth Khalsa
  • Daily Shamsheer Hind
  • Daily Taskeen
  • Dainik Divya Himachal
  • Dainik Jagran (Kangra, Jalandhar, Jammu)
  • Dainik Tribune
  • Desh Sewak
  • Early Times
  • Glimpses of Future
  • Hari Bhoomi
  • Hind Samachar (Jalandhar, Jammu)
  • Indian Express
  • Jagat Kranti
  • Jagbani
  • Kashmir Times
  • Modern Kheti
  • Punjab Kesari (Jalandhar, Jammu)
  • Punjabi Tribune
  • Rozana Spokesman
  • State Times
  • The Competition Master
  • The Financial World
  • The Ghar Shringar
  • The Mehram
  • Tribune
  • Vir Anand
  • Vir Pratap

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Newspaper, magazine and other publications in Calcutta, Bihar and Jharkhand

  • Aajkaal
  • Aaj (Patna)
  • Akhbar-E-Mashriq
  • Akkas Daily
  • All India Appointment Gazette
  • Ananda Bazaar Patrika
  • Anandalok
  • Anandamela
  • Anupam Bharat
  • Bartaman
  • Bhraman
  • Bihar Observer
  • Bikeler Pratidin
  • Business Standard
  • Business World
  • Buy & Sell
  • Coalfield Times
  • Chamakta Aaina
  • Dainik Chhapte Chhapte
  • Dainik Jagran (Patna, Ranchi)
  • Dainik Lipi
  • Dainik Statesman
  • Desh
  • Dharitri
  • Ganashakti
  • Hindustan Hindi (Patna)
  • Indian Punch
  • Janasatta
  • Janpath Samachar
  • Jharkhand Jagran
  • Journal of The Indian Med Association
  • Kadambini
  • Kalantar Patrika
  • Karmashetra
  • Karmasangathan
  • Khela
  • Naba Kallol
  • Navi Prabhat
  • Orissa Times
  • Paraashuno
  • Paryabehyak
  • Peshaprobesh
  • Poorbanchal Bharat Darpan
  • Prabhat Khabar
  • Pragativadi
  • Prajatantra
  • Pratah Kamal
  • Pratidin
  • Ranchi Express (Ranchi)
  • Rashtriya Naveen Mail
  • Samaj (Cuttack)
  • Sambad (Bhubaneswar, Kolkata)
  • Sangbad Pratidin
  • Sananda
  • Sandhya Aajkal
  • Sanmarg
  • Saptahik Bartman
  • Suchikitsa
  • Sutrakar
  • Tathya Kendra
  • The Amrutayana
  • The Asian Age
  • The Echo of India
  • The Hindustan Times (Patna)
  • The Rozana Hind
  • The Samaya
  • The Statesman
  • The Sunday Statesman
  • The Telegraph
  • Uditvani
  • Utkal Mail
  • Uttar Banga Sambad
  • Vishwamitra