Secunderabad Newspapers


Secunderabad Newspapers include a number of vernacular newspapers, English papers and e-newspapers. Most of the people in Secunderabad speak Telugu, thus there is a considerable range of Telugu Newspapers to choose from. Some of these newspapers are:

  • Vaartha
  • Enadu
  • Andhra Jyothi
  • Praja Shakti
  • Andhra Bhoomi
  • Andhra Prabha

    Secunderabad also has a large Urdu speaking population. Several Urdu newspapers like The Etemaad, The Munsif Daily, The Siasat Daily, The Daily Milap and The Rahnuma - i - Deccan cater to this group. English newspapers available in Secunderabad include some of the famous dailies like The Hindu, Business Standard, The Deccan Chronicle, The Times of India, The Indian Express and The Economic Times.

    Several of the well known newspapers in Secunderabad have e-editions, the most popular among them is Deccan Chronicle and Enadu Telegu. Secunderabad has also some local newspapers that publish the news of certain localities.




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