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Major Indian Newspapers List: The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Indian Express, The Statesman, The Telegraph, The Hindu, Deccan Chronicle, Free Press Journal...

  • the times of india

    The Times of India

    Mumbai, India

  • hindustan times

    Hindustan Times

    New Delhi, India

  • indian express

    Indian Express

    Nodia, India

  • the satesman

    The Statesman

    India

  • the telegraph online

    The Telegraph Online

    Calcutta, India

  • the hindu

    The Hindu

    Chennai, India

  • free press journal

    Free Press Journal

    India

  • deccan cronicle

    Deccan Chronicle

    New Delhi, India

  • the asian age

    The Asian Age

    New Delhi, India

  • deccan herald

    Deccan Herald

    New Delhi, India

  • the pioneer

    Daily Pioneer

    New Delhi, India

  • dna

    DNA

    New Delhi, India

  • economic times

    Economic Times

    New Delhi, India

  • new indian express

    New Indian Express

    New Delhi, India

  • the tribune

    Tribune India

    New Delhi, India


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The Times of India the times of india

The Times of India is an extremely well-known newspaper written in Indian English. It is the most widely circulated and sold newspaper (certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulations) of any English-language newspaper in the world, regardless of the format.
This newspaper, as well as its website (both in English) are the most read and visited on the internet.


Hindustan Times hindustan times

Hindustan Times is a daily newspaper from India that was founded in 1924. Its founder was Sunder Singh Lyallpuri. This newspaper in terms of popularity and circulation in India is second only to The Times of India. It has parallel editions in New Delhi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Ranchi, Bhopal, Patna and Chandigarh. The owner is HT Media Ltd.


Indian Express indian express

Indian Express is an Indian news media company. It has under its purview several high profile newspapers, including The Indian Express and The Financial Express in English, also Loksatta in Marathi and the Jansatta newspaper in Hindi. These newspapers are available daily in many cities. Some of them: New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Pune or Chandigarh, among many others. It has an associated weekly magazine, Screen, which is dedicated to the Indian film industry.


The Statesman the satesman

This Indian daily newspaper in English was founded in 1875 and distributed in the cities of Kolkata, Siliguri, New Delhi and Bhubaneswar. He comes from The Friend of India. Its head office is at Statesman House and its editorial office is in New Delhi. It’s a member of Asia News Network.
Its weekly version has a circulation of over 145,000 copies, while the Sunday Statesman exceeds 220,000 copies. This makes it one of the most popular English newspapers in West Bengal, India.
On Thursdays there is a four-page supplement called "Section 2" distributed in New Delhi. This appendix talks about entertainment, the arts in general, and lifestyle.


The Telegraph Online the telegraph online

The Telegraph is an English-Indian daily newspaper founded and distributed without interruption in Calcutta since July 1982. It belongs to the ABP Group and is one of the competitors of The Times of India newspaper. The newspaper is one of the most read in the country.
The newspaper has three editions: in Kolkata, South Bengal and also in North Bengal.


The Hindu the hindu

It is India's leading daily newspaper in English, selling over 1.17 million copies. Hindu is the third largest English-language newspaper in the country, just behind The Times of India and Hindustan Times. The newspaper has more outlets in South India, more specifically in Tamil Nadu. Its headquarters are in Chennai (formerly Madras). It was always published once a week, but in the year 1889, it started to have a daily distribution.
In 1995, this was the first Indian newspaper to make an online version available. It has an extraordinary base of more than 5.2 million readers.


Free Press Journal free press journal

English daily Indian newspaper which was established in the year 1928 by Mr. Swaminathan Sadanand, who was also the paper's first editor. Initially, the aim was to add value to a news outlet under the name of Free Press of India. He supported the independence movement. It is currently distributed in Mumbai, India.


Deccan Chronicle deccan cronicle

Deccan Chronicle is a newspaper that is distributed daily in India and in the English language. It was created by Rajagopal Mudaliar in the 1930s. It currently belongs to SREI. The name of the newspaper originates from the Deccan region of India. It has eight editions in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. They also publish in three other cities: Chennai, Bangalore and Cochin.


The Asian Age the asian age

The Asian Age is an English-language Indian syndicated newspaper published in the cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. It also has an "international edition" in the City of London. The date of its creation is February 1994.
The same publisher also distributes the Deccan Chronicle.


Deccan Herald deccan herald

It's an Indian daily newspaper distributed in English in the state of Karnataka. It was created by the businessman, Mr. Guruswamy, a businessman in Ballari's beverage business. It is distributed by The Printers Mysore, which belongs to the Nettakallappa family, who in turn are heirs of Mr. Guruswamy. It offers seven printed editions in seven cities.
Bengaluru publication of the Deccan Herald is done in a new facility next to the Kumbalgodu Industrial area, since 1998.
The newspaper has existed since 1948.


The Pioneer the pioneer

The Pioneer is an Indian daily newspaper in English. It is distributed from various locations in India, Delhi included. It is one of the oldest English-language newspapers still circulating in the country, surpassed only by The Times of India. In the year 2010, The Pioneer introduced its Hindi version.
It was founded in Allahabad in 1865, by Mr. George Allen, a successful businessman in business years earlier.


DNA dna

English daily newspaper created on 30th July 2005 in Mumbai. It belongs to the Diligent Media Corporation of the Essel Group.
It tries to provide news, opinions and analysis through an impartial voice about the country and the world. Today the paper is one of the most popular English-language dailies in the city of Mumbai.


Economic Times economic times

Economic Times India business newspaper provides business, financial, stock, stock market, economic and banking news.


New Indian Express new indian express

Since 1932, the New Indian Express is an English-language newspaper published in India by Express Publications, which has its headquarters in Chennai. In the year 1991, the group was divided into two companies. Initially, the two groups shared the title Indian Express and other features, but in August 1999, the north in Mumbai retained the name Indian Express, while the south became The New Indian Express.


Tribune India the tribune

English daily newspaper published in India, New Delhi included. It was created in February 1881 in Lahore by Mr. Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, an Indian banker and philanthropist. It is a very popular Indian newspaper with worldwide notoriety.
The newspaper has two other publications: Dainik Tribune (in Hindi) and Punjabi Tribune (in Punjabi). The Tribune online became available in 1998, and online versions of the Punjabi Tribune and Dainik Tribune date back to August 2010.
The three newspapers are owned by the Tribune Trust.
The newspaper's main income is advertisements, not subscriptions.



References: references sites

reference link 1. Wikipedia List of newspapers in India by circulation

reference link 2. Wikiwand List of newspapers in India by circulation