Which is the oldest daily newspaper in India?

Which is the oldest daily newspaper in India?

The Mumbai Samachar is one of India's oldest continually published newspapers. Gujarati evenings are broadcast regularly from Jamnagar, Gujarat. Ahmedabad-based publication In Rajkot, Gujarat, a daily evening newspaper is published. The Lokhit Prakashan Sarvajanik Trust publishes a Gujarati language newspaper. The Bhuj Kutch Daily is a Gujarati daily published in Bhuj. It was established in 1949.

Samachar means "message" in Hindi and Gujarati; it originally referred to a news bulletin delivered by messenger boys through villages. It is estimated that around 1820, Sir John Malcolm, the first British Governor of Bombay Presidency, founded the first newspaper in India. His weekly magazine reported events happening in and around Bombay and also carried articles on politics, sports, art, literature and other topics relevant to the time. This is the earliest known example of a daily newspaper in India.

Malcolm's magazine was successful because there were no other newspapers published at the time in India. However, it only lasted for six months due to lack of support from readers and advertisers. After this failure, no other newspaper was published until 1835 when James Emerson Tennent launched the Indian Journal in Calcutta (now Kolkata). He published his paper every Thursday and included articles on current affairs, sports, music, drama and other topics relevant to the time. In 1840, William Johnson published the Bengal Observer in Calcutta. It was a weekly newspaper that covered political, social and economic issues of the day.

Which is the leading Hindi newspaper in India?

A daily newspaper located in Ranchi, Jharkhand's capital. Indore's major Hindi-language daily newspaper. Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttaranchal, and Chandigarh are among the states where the newspaper is available (UT). The most widely circulated newspaper in north Maharashtra. It was founded by B.G. Kher in 1944.

The Economic Times is an Indian business daily published from Mumbai (Bombay). It is India's largest selling business newspaper, with a total reach of about 3 million readers. It reports on economic trends and developments based on data obtained from government offices, international organizations, businesses, and other sources. The paper was first published as a bimonthly magazine in English in 1944. In 1953, it became a daily newspaper.

ET now includes an online edition called ET Live which covers news, events, and politics across India. The newspaper has won several awards including the National Newspaper Award for Best Business News Paper in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.

It also won the Asian Newspaper Award for Best Business Daily in 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004.

In 2017, the newspaper had reported that its circulation had dropped to 100,000 after losing readers to internet newspapers.

Which is India's best newspaper?

India's Best English Newspaper

  • Hindustan Times.
  • The Statesman.
  • The Economic Times.
  • The Telegraph.
  • The pioneer.
  • Daily News and Analysis.
  • Deccan Chronicle.
  • The Asian Age.

How many newspapers are there in Maharashtra?

39 newspapers published in Maharashtra, India. This makes the state rank second in terms of newspaper publication after Delhi.

The Marathi language is the official language of Maharashtra and Mumbai is the capital city of this state. Other major languages spoken in Maharashtra include Hindi, Telugu, English, Malayalam and Java.

Maharashtra has a population of approximately 120 million people and is known for its industrial development. It is also one of the most urbanized states in India.

Since its independence in 1947, Maharashtra has been a political powerhouse; it has had three presidents (from different parties), two chief ministers, and now forms a part of the larger Union government in New Delhi.

It is believed that over 7,000 years ago, Maharashtrians migrated from the ancient country of Iran to present-day India. They established several kingdoms in the area now constituting Maharashtra. The most famous among them was Shrirangam, which at its peak was one of the largest kingdoms in Asia. The kingdom fell in 1250 AD and since then Maharashtra has been part of the Kingdom of Great Britain and later the Republic of India.

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