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India Newspapers

  • Afternoon Dispatch & Courier -- Mumbai (Bombay), India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Agranews-India -- Uttar Pradesh, India -- Agranews provides latest & updated political, cultural, art, business, cinema, agra, sports indian news.

  • Asian Age -- New Delhi, India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Assam Tribune -- Assam, India -- The Assam Tribune, the oldest and the premier English daily from Assam, India. The Assam Tribune has no political bias and is an important news source in the Northeast of India. Updated daily. (English)

  • Bharat Samachar -- New Delhi, India -- Web-only.  Updated daily.  (English)

  • Business Standard -- New Delhi, India -- Business and financial news pertaining to India, updated daily.  (English)

  • Daily Hindi Milap -- Hyderabad, India -- Updated daily.  (Hindi)

  • Dainik Jagran -- Kanpur, India -- Updated daily.  (Hindi)

  • Deccan Chronicle -- Andhra Pradesh, India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Deccan Herald -- Bangalore, India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Deepika Malayalam Daily -- Trichur, Kerala -- Updated daily.  (Malayalam)

  • Economic Times -- New Delhi, India -- Business, economic and technology news for India.  The Economic Times is an excellent source for India business news, India companies, political events and market news.  Updated daily.  (English)

  • Financial Express -- New Delhi, India -- Business, economic, stockmarket and technology news for India.  Updated daily.  (English)

  • Herald -- Panaji, Goa -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Hindu -- Madras, India -- The Hindu is India's national newspaper. The Hindu, started in 1878 as a weekly, became a daily in 1889 and from then on has been steadily growing to the current circulation of over 700,000 copies and a readership of over 3 million. Updated daily.  (English)

  • Hindu Business Line -- Madras, India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Hindustan Times -- New Delhi, India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • India Express -- New Delhi, India -- Extensive coverage of news, politics and business coverage.  Updated daily.  (English)

  • India World -- Mumbai (Bombay), India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Kashmir Times -- Jammu, J&K, India -- Updated daily.  (English)

  • Lokmat Times -- Nagpur, Maharashtra -- Updated daily. (English)

  • Naidunia -- Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India -- Updated daily.  (Hindi)

  • Navhind Times -- Panaji, Goa -- Updated periodically.  (English)

  • Nobat Evening Daily -- Jamnagar, Gujarati -- Gujarati language newspaper from Jamnagar. (Gurarati)

  • Orissa Sambad -- Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar -- Updated daily.  (Oriya and English)

  • Prajavani Kannada Daily --Bangalore, India -- Updated daily.  (Hindi)

  • Ranchi Express -- Ranchi, Bihar -- Updated daily.  (Hindi and English)

  • Rediff on the Net -- Mumbai (Bombay), India -- Extensive news site and portal.  Coverage of India news, politics, sports, business and technology.  Updated daily.  (English)

  • Sandesh.com -- Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India -- Sandesh started its journey in the world of Journalism in 1923. Since than it has flourished into 5 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 judgment . Sandesh provides information and entertainment through its supplements dealing with almost all the subjects.

    The Sandesh Limited is a listed and public limited company with Head Quarter at Ahmedabad. Till 1984, Sandesh was a single edition newspaper published from Ahmedabad. Then under expansion programme new editions were launched Baroda, Surat, Rajkot & Bhavnagar in 1985, 1989, 1990 and 1998 respectively.
     

  • Sanjevani -- --Bangalore, India -- Updated daily.  (Hindi and English)

     

  • Statesman -- Calcutta, West Bengal, India -- The Statesman is one of India's oldest English newspapers. It was founded in Calcutta in 1875 and is directly descended from The Friend of India (founded 1818). The Englishman (founded 1821) was merged with The Statesman in 1934. The Delhi edition of The Statesman began publication in 1931. The Statesman Weekly is a compendium of news and views from the Calcutta and Delhi editions. Printed on airmail paper, it is popular with readers outside India. The Statesman (circulation 180,000) is the leading English newspaper in Calcutta and West Bengal. The Indian Readership Survey 1999 confirms that The Statesman and The Sunday Statesman are by far the most widely-read English newspapers in Calcutta and West Bengal. Updated daily. (English) 

  • Tamil News -- Tamil, India -- Updated daily. (English)

  • Telegraph -- Calcutta, West Bengal, India -- Updated daily. (English) 

  • Times of India -- Mumbai (Bombay), India -- Extensive news, political and general information about India.  Updated daily.  (English)

 
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