Mangalore Newspapers



Mangalore newspapers seem to be the reflection of the society of Mangalore. The newspapers of Mangalore help the people of Mangalore to keep abreast with the problems and issues of the contemporary society of Mangalore.

In Mangalore, one can come across a wide range of newspapers. Deccan Herald, Times of India, The Hindu and Indian Express are among the English dailies found in Mangalore. Among the Kannada newspapers found in Mangalore are:

  • Kannada Prabha
  • Udayavani
  • Vijaya Karnataka
  • Prajavani
The newspapers in Mangalore also comprise some of the evening newspapers. Some of the evening newspapers that deserve special mention in this context are:

  • Mangalooru Mitra
  • Karavali ale
  • Jayakirana
  • Sanjevani
Besides, we also come across a number of advertising and newspapers agencies in Mangalore. To name a few:

  • SK Publicity
  • Rakno
  • Vijay Karnataka
  • TP Advertisers
  • Manasa Advertising and Marketing
  • Bangera Advertising
  • Chethana Kannada Weekly
  • Kundaprabha
It goes without mention that the newspapers and weeklies provide a wide variety to the readers of Mangalore. These newspapers keep the readers updated with latest issues and developments.

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Last Updated on 21 September 2011




     


     

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