Udayavani



Udayavani is one of the important newspapers of Mangalore. Udayavani is a Kannada daily that has its headquarters in Manipal. Udayavani of Mangalore is one of the leading dailies that have won a number of national awards. It has won national acclaim for its printing. Udayavani, Mangalore has three editions that are published from Bangalore, Mumbai and Manipal.

Moreover, the Udayavani newspaper consists of a number of sister publications in Kannada language. To name a few:

  • Tushara
  • Tunturu
  • Taranga
  • Roopatara
Udayavani was introduced in Manipal by TMA Pai. Presently, the Pai Group of Manipal runs the newspaper. The Pai Group of Manipal also owns the Manipal University that is known for its higher education. Although, Udayavani in Mangalore has no editorial; yet, the newspaper is renowned for its outstanding printing. Udayavani is also known for its local coverage. Udayavani is one of those newspapers in Mangalore that focuses on consumer causes and impartial attitude towards the political parties.



Last Updated on 21 September 2011




     


     

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