The Statesman

The Statesman is one of India's oldest English newspapers. It was originated in Kolkata in the year 1875 and is directly descended from The Friend of India (founded 1818). The British started this paper in 1821 which was later merged with The Statesman in 1934. The Delhi edition of The Statesman began publication in 1931. The Statesman Weekly is a epitome of news and views from the Kolkata and Delhi editions. Printed on airmail paper, the paper is popular not within India but outside India too. The Statesman with an average weekday circulation of approximately 180,000 is a leading English newspaper in West Bengal. The Sunday Statesman has a circulation of 230,000 copies. The Statesman with its tagline “The Truth Must Prevail” is one of the most read English daily in West Bengal and other parts of the country.

The Statesman is a founding member of Asia News Network, a grouping of 15 Asian newspapers that have joined hands to for coverage of Asian events through Asian eyes. The Job & Commercial Printing department of The Statesman takes up high quality sheet and web offset printing jobs on behalf of various clients, and including newspapers. Newspapers such as The Hindustan Times, Asian Age, Ananda Bazar Patrika, PrabhatKhabar, Bartaman, Aajkaal and Today have been printed in the past from our presses in Kolkata, Siliguri and New Delhi.

A 100 per cent subsidiary of the company, Nachiketa Publications Limited, is engaged in the publication of books and has brought out several successful titles. The Statesman is committed to the cause of the environment and supports the use of recycled newsprint.

The Statesman has distinguished itself through objective coverage of events; it is valued as an honest source of news highlighted at times of crisis such as the Bengal Famine of 1943 and the infamous internal Emergency of the mid-1970s. It is up front in the expression of its views without any personal biases. Its pursuit of the truth has been relentless and often at considerable cost to itself, as when the government of Indira Gandhi, in gross abuse of power, attempted to suppress its voice and when the government of Rajiv Gandhi interfered with the grant of statutory clearances to its modernisation plans unless the paper changed its editorial stance.

The Statesman achieved another milestone on 18 June 1998. Readers in North Bengal, Lower Assam, Sikkim and some hills in the North-east are now serviced by an edition printed in Siliguri where The Statesman has its premises, staff and press. It is an affirmation of The Statesman's commitment to Bengal, where it has had its home for over 100 years.

On 23 September 2002, The Statesman launched an edition from Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha. This edition addresses the long-felt needs of readers in the coastal state, providing them authentic news and objective views. The Statesman is the first English newspaper to invest in plant and machinery in the state.

Why The Statesman ?

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1. One of India’s oldest English newspaper.

2. The Statesman with an average weekday circulation of approximately 180,000 is a leading English newspaper in West Bengal.

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4. The Statesman has distinguished itself through objective coverage of events.

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1. Select category, state, city, ad type and the packages available from wide range of options available.

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On successful payment, you will receive an auto generated invoice on your email ID from the system confirming your Classified Ad booking. Your ad is ready to be published on the specified date(s) once it passes through the editorial approval policies of The Statesman.

Frequently Asked Questions !

What are Newspaper Classified Ads ?

Running Classified (Text) Ads : Running Classified (Text) ads are generally published in Classified Section of The Statesman Newspaper in running line or words format. There are different enhancements options available for Classifieds Ads like Background Color, Bold and Border for higher visibility.

Display Classified Ads : Display Classified ads, also known as column ads and are a little more expensive than Classified Text ads. These advertisements can be customized by uploading images and logos and formatting font styles and sizes. CD ads can be published in coloured as well as Black and White format on Classifed Section. Not only can you compose your Statesman Classified Display ad online with our pre designed templates but also upload your personally composed ad.

Q : How to book Situation Vacant Ad in The Statesman Kolkata Edition ?

Ans : To book Situation Vacant Ad in The Statesman is to do it online on bookmyadvertisement.com, here you can view the ad rates applicable for publishing an ad in Kolkata as well review the discount packages available for the same. You must choose the Ad type before composing it.

After this just begin composing your ad with the enhancements available on the site and design it accordingly. Select a sub category for receiving relevant responses and also specify your preferred classification to reach out to the target audience.

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Cities Covered

All Delhi Edition
Bhubaneshwar
Hooghly
Medinīpur
Murshidabad
Silliguri
Barddhaman
Gurgaon
Noida
Kolkata
Darjeeling

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