West Bengal Newspapers

In the modern world newspapers are among the most easy and common ways to propagate information. Since Bengali is the Aajkaal, Jugantar, Bartaman, Ganashakti, Sambad Pratidin, Anandabazar Patrika are some of the leading Bengali newspapers of West Bengal.
Newspapers of West Bengal generally publish current news of the state, nation and the world. The news published in these newspapers are about political, social, criminal, cultural, business, sports events. They also publish editorials, cartoons focusing on contemporary issues in a comic way and articles by eminent scholarly people.

Gradually, as the importance of English has been growing, more and more people are reading English newspapers. A few newspapers that are published in English and circulated throughout the state are The Telegraph, The Hindu, Times Of India, The Statesman, Asian Age. Economic Times, and Business Standard are the two newspapers that publish articles and news related to business and economy. Janpath Samachar, Jansatta and Sanmarg are published in the national language Hindi. Azad Hind is a Urdu Daily and Desh Darpan is a Punjabi Daily circulated in the districts of West Bengal .

Last Updated on 21 March 2013




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