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Mumbai remains Maximum City for ad-men

Mumbai continues to be the Maximum City, while the city of Kolkata which honed the skills of many leading ad men from the industry, has fallen off the map.

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Updated: Dec 28, 2011, 01.35 AM IST
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Each city has its own story to tell. Mumbai continues to be the Maximum City, while the city of Kolkata which honed the skills of many leading ad men from the industry, has fallen off the map. Delhi meanwhile has risen from the ashes to give the financial capital a run for the ad monies.

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