Imphal Newspapers



There are a number of Imphal newspapers, which are quite popular among the people who stay in this part of the Indian state of Manipur. The newspapers of Imphal are a significant part of the sources of media available in the city.

The names of a few well known newspapers at Imphal are Aja, Imphal Free Press, Hueiyen-Lanpao, Sumkawn and Sangai Express.

Aja is one of the most popular newspapers in Imphal. This newspaper is printed in the Tangkhul dialect. The editor of this newspaper is Mrs Valley Rose Hungyo. The Aja office is located at Deulaland.

Imphal Free Express is one of the leading newspapers of the city. The editor of this newspaper is Mr Pradip Phanjoubam. This is an English newspaper of the region. The office of this Imphal newspaper is situated at Palace Gate.

Hueiyen-Lanpao is one of the most important newspapers at Imphal. This newspaper is published in the local Manipuri language. The editor of Hueiyen-Lanpao is Mangi Ningthouja. The office of this newspaper is located at Meino Leirak.

The Sumkawn is one of the most commonly read newspapers of the city. The editor of Sumkawn is Mr Holkhopao. The office of this newspaper is situated at New Checkom. It is printed in the Kuki language.

The Sangai Express is a leading Imphal newspaper, which is published in both the languages of English and Manipuri. The editor of this newspaper is Mr Khelen Thokchom. The office of Sangai Express is located at Kwakeithel Sega Road.

The Poknapham Daily is another newspaper which has a large circulation in Manipur. This newspaper is published in the Manipuri language and the English version of it is called The People's Chronicle.



Last Updated on 11/22/2012

     


     

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