Newspapers in Jabalpur



There are several newspapers in Jabalpur which are in circulation among the local populace. Being one of the important towns of central India, it is only natural that there are a large number of newspapers to cater to the general public and sway the public opinion. These newspapers are an integral part of the Jabalpur Media.

The principal language of this region is Hindi. So the numbers of Hindi newspapers are quite high. Due to its proximity to Maharashtra, there are several Marathi editions as well. Among the Hindi newspapers, Dainik Bhaskar, Navbharat, Deshbandhu, Swatantra Mat, Naveen Duniya are quite famous. These newspapers have a hoary history as well. They have been around for quite sometime and have shaped public opinion over the decades.

Among the English dailies, Central Chronicle, Hindustan Times, Times of India and Jabalpur Express are quite popular. The Times of India has a well distinguished record. It is one of the single largest dailies in the country. The same can be said for The Hindustan Times. The others cater to the urban populace in large numbers.

The newspaper, also called the fourth estate, is a powerful tool to sway public opinion. These newspapers are the part and parcel of the lives of the local populace. In spite of the modern gadgets like television and the Internet, the newspapers remain the primary choice for the localities.





Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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