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Pragati print edition — subscribe now

Get the glossy in your hands

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

You must take advantage of Quill Media’s special introductory offer: get 12 monthly issues of Pragati delivered to your doorstep for as low as Rs 800 (in India) or US$80 (outside India).

To subscribe, visit QuillMedia’s subscription portal — major credit cards, debit cards and electronic funds transfers accepted.

To quote Quill Media:

We are aware that if we were to charge what it costs to produce the magazine (without advertiser support and sponsorship) it would be beyond the reach of many readers. Hence, we have decided to adopt a subscription model that accommodates the willingness to pay of all our readers.

Yes, this subscription model involves some experimentation with wonky economics. But then, Pragati is a public policy magazine!

A full 12-month subscription (12 monthly issues) is priced at Rs 2500 per annum for delivery in India, inclusive of postage. As a special offer, we will offer a 12-month subscription at a minimum introductory price of Rs 800 per annum. If you feel you can pay more, please do - you can pay in multiples of Rs 100, over and above the minimum price.

For readers outside India, the annual subscription is priced at US$80 + $40 for postage and handling. Likewise, you can subscribe at the special offer price of a minimum of US$40 + $40 (postage) - if you can pay more, please do so in multiples of $10.”

We hope that you will subscribe & also gift a subscription to those who you think will be interested in reading it. Please pay more than the minimum if you are capable of doing so.

And as always, Read & Share!

NB: Pragati has awarded a free franchise to Quill Media Pvt Ltd to provide a print & distribution service of our publication. Pragati continues to be a non-commercial, non-profit initiative, and the digital community edition remains available free online.

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