All India NewsSee all India News
Newspapers Hindi newspapers India News India Newspapers
We' ve organised them very effectively so that you can easily view all the news from any website in real-life. We' ve tried to make it quick and simple for you to access any news site, which saves you a lot of effort and feels very simple; almost like going to pages with a website.
We continuously update and supplement our papers according to your wishes. If you would like to study a paper, please send us your inquiry. As soon as we have received your inquiry, we will get in touch with the paper and send it to you. The first big paper in India was The Bengal Gazette. The India Gazette, The Calcutta Gazette, The Madras Courier (1785), The Bombay Herald (1789) etc. followed soon.
Those papers brought news of the territories under Britain's control. Bombay Samachar, established in 1822 and reprinted in Gujarati, is Asia's oldest paper still reprinted. Udant Martand (The Rising Sun), the first Hindi-language Hindi daily in India, was launched in Calcutta (now Calcutta) on 30 May 1826, which is read every Tuesday by Pt.
The number of newpaper sales in the state is increasing from year to year. Up to 2007, 62 of the world's best-selling papers were released in China, Japan and India. From 2007 India used 99 million units of paper, making it the second biggest paper printing industry in the word. The Registrar of News Papers for India (RNI) reported that the overall print run of Indian papers rose by 8.23% in the 2010/11 season.
The Indian Readership Survey (IRS) says the printed press is reaching over 250 million people. Now there is so much headway that every big Indian paper has an issue on the web and you can view every Indian paper there. India has around 82,222 dailies in circulation. There are not easy numbers available, but a conservative estimation would be that there are another 5,000 stocks in India.
Whilst we have already included most of the top selling papers, we will try to include all available one. To view your regional papers, please click on "Add Your Newspaper" in the menue.