Nagpur Newspaper


There are quite a few Nagpur newspapers, which are well known throughout the city as authentic sources of news and information. The newspapers in Nagpur are printed in a number of local, national as well as international languages. These languages include Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannad, Telugu, Urdu and Tamil.

The newspapers published in the national language of Hindi that can be availed at the city of Nagpur are the Hindi Milap, the Jagran, the Nai Duniya, the Navbharat and the Navbharat Times.

Some of the most important newspapers of Nagpur are the BBC News-South Asia, the Samachar, the Washington Post, the India Current Affairs, the India World, the Pugmark, the India Express, the India Webpost, the India On Internet, the News Today, the Times of India, the India Daily, the Hindustan Times and the Asia Mall.

The Gujarati newspapers at Nagpur are the Sandesh, the Akila, the Sambhav and the Chitralekha. The Marathi newspapers available in the city are the Kesari, the Marathi Dainik, the Punedarshan and the Lokmat. The only Bengali newspaper that you can read in Nagpur is the Suprovat. In Nagpur, you can avail two Malayalam newspapers, namely the Malayala Manorama and the Deshabhimani.

In Kannad language, there are three Nagpur newspapers. These are the Udayavani, the Sanjivani and the Prajavani. Varta and Andhra Bhumi are the two Telugu newspapers in the city. The Eelam News in Tamil, the Dinamani and the Dinakaran are the three Tamil newspapers of the place. The only Urdu newspaper of Nagpur is the Siyasat.

The newspapers of Nagpur provide a perfect dose of entertainment and knowledge to the people of the city.

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Last Updated on 6 September 2011