All About Bangla Newspapers

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In All Bangla Newspapers play an important role in everyday life. Newspapers are not only a source of news and information, but also a means of entertainment and a forum for discussion and debate. There are a number of different types of newspapers available in Bangladesh, ranging from the daily broadsheet to the weekly tabloid.

The Daily Star
The Daily Star is one of the most popular newspapers in Bangladesh. It is a daily broadsheet newspaper with a circulation of over 200,000 copies. The newspaper was founded in 1991 and is published by Media Limited. The editor-in-chief of The Daily Star is Mahfuz Anam.

The Daily Star has a wide range of sections, including news, features, sports, business, arts and entertainment, and opinions. The newspaper also has an online edition which is updated on a daily basis.

The Dhaka Tribune
The Dhaka Tribune is another popular daily newspaper in Bangladesh. It was founded in 2013 and is published by MediapolisPrivate Limited. The current editor-in-chief of the Dhaka Tribune is Zafar Sobhan.

The Dhaka Tribune has a similar format to The Daily Star, with sections on news, features, sports, business, arts and entertainment, and opinion. The newspaper also has an online edition which is updated regularly.
1924 — first issue of Weeklies appeared named as ‘Comrade’.Tabib Hossain Majumder (Tarun Majumder) was the founder editor; 1935 — Published as fortnightly; 1937 — started publishing as weekly; 1948 — after partition changed into daily called East Pakistan Times & later changed into Dainik Pakistan; 1957 — renamed as Sangbad; 1962 — Celebrated golden jubilee; 1971 — after liberation War again changed into fortnightly called bangladesh times; 1972 — renamed as Bangladesh Observer & started publishing as daily; 1988 Jan 18 — Renamed Bangla Bazar Patrika & started publishing from Chittagong; 1990 March 15 — Started publishing from Dhaka renovated office at 61 Motijheel C/A; 2009 Aug 24 — Dainik Azadi became part of Grameenphone Ltd & Laksam Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Sanjoy Chowdhury became editor for two months; 2011 July 01 — Renamed as Dainik Azadi & started publishing from newly built 5 storied own building at 61 Motijheel C/A. AbdulWadud Bhuiyan became editor for one year followed by ATM Rafiqul Islam for six months till Feb 2012 when ATM ZiaulHoque took over the charge which he still continues.;Site: dainikazadi.neta single copy priceis BDT 4/.

There are a wide variety of newspapers available in Bangladesh to suit every taste and preference. Whether you’re looking for a daily dose of news or something to read while relaxing on the weekend, there’s sure to be a Bangladeshi newspaper that’s perfect for you.

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