Madurai Newspapers



Madurai newspapers form an integral part of the media of the city. It serves as the medium of public awareness and helps the people of the city to know more about the contemporary issues and events, economy and weather of the territory.

The newspapers of Madurai are published in many languages and contain editorial, gossip and advice columns that are meant to inform the readers in the respective fields. Dhinakaran, Valar Thozhil, Daily Thanthi, Dhinamalar, Dhina Boomi and Dhinamani are some of the popular Madurai newspapers. In fact, these newspapers occupy a major part of the readership. Some of the English newspapers at Madurai that are widely read in the city are The New Indian Express, The Hindu and The Times Of India.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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