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North East Times

North East Times, a widely circulated English daily in the entire North Eastern region, was launched by the GL Publications Ltd. on October 2, 1990. Since then, it has been widely received by the people owing to its unbiased reporting. It has a wide network of correspondents in the region and portray news and events in a realistic and humanistic approach. The North East Times is CA certified and accordingly its current circulation is 25000. The target readers...

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Language : English

The Shillong Times

The Shillong Times first appeared as a tabloid weekly on 10th August 1945 under the editorship of Late Sudhindra Bhusan Chaudhuri. In 1958 it was converted to a Daily. Overcoming various hurdles, The Shillong Times emerged as a Daily in March 1987 under Letter Press System.

On 15th August 1991, The Shillong Times switched over to offset Web Printing system signalling a quantum jump in terms of technology.

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Language : English

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 pape...

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Language : English

The Hitavada

The Hitavada (The People's Paper), is the largest selling broadsheet English daily newspaper of Central India. Founded in 1911 by freedom fighter Gopal Krishna Gokhale in Nagpur the newspaper was taken over by Purohit and Company, owned by Banwarilal Purohit, the former BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) MP from Nagpur. In 2011, it completed its 100 years and celebrated its centenary festival which was inaugurated by Mrs. Pratibha Patil, then Preside...

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Language : English

Sangai Express

The Sangai Express is the most popular news agency of Manipur. The Sangai Express is the “Largest Circulated Daily in Manipur”. The Sangai Express publishes newspapers of Manipur in English and Manipuri languages. The Manipuri Edition of The Sangai Express publishes Manipuri News in Bengali Script. A portion of Meitei Mayek News is included in this edition. The Manipuri Edition of the Sangai Express has a popular comic named “Kandranggi Mang” of which many in Manipur...

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Language : English, Manipuri

The Tribune

The Tribune is known as one of the oldest English Daily newspapers of India. This newspaper was founded in 2nd February, 1881 In Lahore. Lahore was an Indian city at that time and now it is situated in Pakistan. The Tribune is quite famous across the world. It is one of those newspapers in India, which are also circuited outside India. This newspaper publishes and circulates over 333,727 copies every day in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh and some other states of Indi...

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Language : English

Asomiya Pratidin

Asomiya Pratidin is an Assamese daily newspaper, catering to whole Assam with four editions published from Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Bongaigaon and North Lakhimpur, Assam, India. It is the largest circulated Assamese daily.

Why Asomiya Pratidin ?

Asomiya Pratidin is the leading regional language newspaper of Assam and the number-one newspaper of...

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Language : Assamese

Hindustan (Hindi)

Hindustan was launched in 1936, before the independence of India and now it is 2nd most-read newspaper in India. It was a product of HT Media Ltd, but now it is a separate newspaper agency and known as Hindustan Media Ventures Limited.

This newspaper publishes over 19 editions for different parts of the country. It serves readers from Haryana, Delhi, Jharkhand, Bihar, all the leading cities of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and several other cities in India. Hence, it circula...

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Language : Hindi

Rajasthan Patrika

Rajasthan Patrika is an Indian newspaper, which was established on 7th March, 1956 by Karpoor Chandra Kulish. This newspaper has its headquarter in Jaipur. This newspaper has got huge response from the readers and today it is India’s one of the leading Hindi daily newspapers.

Rajasthan Patrika is circulated as Rajasthan Patrika in Rajasthan state of India and New Delhi. In the rest of six states it is circulated as Patrika newspaper. Not so long ago, this newspaper was ...

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Language : Hindi


Aj is a Hindi language daily broadsheet newspaper in India, currently published from 12 cities in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jharkhand. This newspaper was founded by Shiv Prasad Gupta and its publication from Varanasi started on 5 September 1920. During the days of Indian national freedom struggle, Aj not only served the cause, it also helped spread the popularity of Hindi literature among commoners in Hindi heartland and among non-Hindi areas as we...

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Language : Hindi

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