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The Samaja

'The Samaja', the synonym of newspapers in Orissa - a mass circulated and widely read Oriya daily has completed 'Ninety Six' years of its glorious publication. Founded in 1919 by a great visionary, nationalist and freedom fighter, Utkalamani Pandit Gopabandhu Das, 'The Samaja' stands for high standards of accuracy, authenticity and the core value of journalism.

Over the years, it has slowly transformed itself into an institution. In the ann...

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Language : Oriya


Anandabazar Patrika

India is a country, where multiple newspapers in multiple languages are published and circulated every day. Anandabazar Patrika is one of the leading newspapers that publish news in Bengali Language. Actually, Anandabazar Patrika is known as leading Bengali daily, which was launched in 1922 by Prafulla Kumar Sarkar.

The first copy of this newspaper was printed on March 13th, 1922 and that was published to oppose British rule. It was a 4-page newspaper at that time and it ...

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Language : Bengali


Bartaman

Bartaman is a leading Bengali Daily Newspaper published from Kolkata. The newspaper was founded in 7 December 1984 by Barun Sengupta, a former Anandabazar Patrika journalist Mr. Sengupta. The newspaper has four other simultaneous editions, published daily from four major towns of West Bengal - Siliguri, Burdwan, Maldaand and Midnapore. Bartaman is the second-most widely read Bengali newspaper in India.

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Language : Bengali


Dainik Sambad

Dainik Sambad is a Bengali daily newspaper published from Agartala, the capital of the Indian state of Tripura. It is one of the largest circulated dailies in the state.

Why Dainik Sambad Newspaper ?

Dainik Sambad is a leading Bengali Daily Newspaper published from Agartala, Tripura and has a good readership base in the Bengali-speaking belt of Tripura. It’s an excellent advertising platform and...

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Language : Bengali


Uttarbanga Sambad

Uttarbanga Sambad is a Bengali language broadsheet published from Silliguri. It is the largest circulating daily in North Bengal. Uttarbanga Sambad was started on 19 May 1980 in a small letter press in Silliguri. Due to its huge popularity, in 1981 web offset press was installed. Computerised type-setting was introduced in the year 1985. Afterwards hi-speed 4-colour web offset press was introduced. Uttarbanga Sambad is now printed simultaneously from Silliguri, Cooch B...

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Language : Bengali


Gujarat Samachar

Gujarat Samachar is one of the leading newspapers circulating in Gujarat. It was launched on 1932 and later owned by Late Shantilal Shah. This newspaper has over 4.6 million readers and this statics make it the largest read newspaper in Gujarat.

It is published in the Gujarati Language and edited by Shreyans Shah, who is the chief editor of this newspaper. Gujarat Samachar has its main office in Ahmadabad and another branch in Surat. It is distributed in every city and every village...

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Language : Gujarati


Divya Bhaskar

Divya Bhaskar is a Gujarati newspaper in Gujarat, India, owned by D.B. Corp Ltd. It is one of the highest circulation Gujarati dailies, with the most number of editions in Gujarat. In 2003, the Bhopal based Dainik Bhaskar Group identified Ahmedabad, Gujarat as the city with highest potential. The newspaper was launched in Ahmedabad on 23 June 2003, under the name Divya Bhaskar, as No. 1 with 452,000 copies (a world record). Within 15 months, it en...

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Language : Gujarati


Sandesh

Sandesh is the leading Gujarati Daily Newspaper publishing from various cities of Gujarat. Sandesh started its journey in the world of Journalism in 1923. Since than it has flourished into 7 editions and has played a critical and vital role in the upliftment and welfare of five crore Gujaratis. It covers the latest news and deals with the day to day situation with equanimity and fare judgement. Sandesh provides information and entertainment throug...

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Language : Gujarati


Mumbai Samachar

Mumbai Samachar is a Gujarati Daily Newspaper. Established in 1822 by Fardunjee Marzban, it is published in Gujarati. Mumbai Samachar was first published on 1st July 1822. A weekly till 1832, a bi-weekly till 1855 and a daily since then, it continued to grow and has gone on to become one of Western India's premier newspapers, well read by a large segment of Gujarati-speaking people both in India and abroad. The paper passed through various hands before coming...

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Language : Gujarati


Ajit (Punjabi)

Ajit is a Punjabi language daily newspaper, published from Jalandhar (Punjab). The newspaper was founded in 1941 in Urdu language. Veteran journalist and ex-Rajya Sabha member, Dr. Barjinder Singh Hamdard, is the current Editor-in-Chief of this newspaper. Ajit started its circulation with an Urdu language weekly edition in 1941 from Shaheed Sikh Missionary College Amritsar. Ajit Singh Ambalvi was its first editor. In November 1942, it became daily...

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Language : Punjabi


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