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Bangla Newspaper BD: Explore The Top 10 Bangla Newspapers

In a world buzzing with information, staying well-informed is paramount. For Bangla speakers, Bangla newspapers are pillars of reliable information, offering a unique perspective on local and global events. Let’s delve into the rich tapestry of Bangla newspapers, focusing on the top 10 that have etched their names in the annals of journalism history.

We all know that “Newspaper is the people’s parliament.” Newspapers play a vital role in the development of modern civilization. Newspapers are considered the mirror of the world. Each of us has a habit of reading the newspaper every day. It helps us acquire general knowledge, which is essential to our education. We can only keep in contact with the world outside by reading a newspaper. Knowledge of books is needed to improve life and publish books on life. A man who does not read a newspaper daily is like a frog in a narrow well, deprived of many things.

Bangla Newspaper BD

In Bangladesh, many Bangla Newspapers offer news and information in Bangla language, covering various topics such as politics, economy, sports, entertainment, culture, and more. Some of the most popular top 10 Bangla newspapers are:

Bangladesh Pratidin:

Bangladesh Pratidin is an independent newspaper published daily in the Bengali language of Bangladesh. There is an online version of it. You can read the online version by clicking this (https://www.bd-pratidin.com/) link. It was founded in 2010. According to the Ministry of Information, Bangladesh Pratidin tops the highest circulated dailies in the country out of 345 newspapers published from Dhaka and elsewhere. Its editor is Naem Nizam. He is a well-known and skilled veteran journalist in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Pratidin is a subsidiary of the East-west media group, which Bashundhara Group owns. On behalf of the east-west media group, the Newspaper publisher is Moynal Hossain Chowdhury.

Headquarters: Plot -371 / A, Block-D, Bashundhara Residential Area, Baridhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Pratidin

The Daily Inqilab:

The Daily Inquilab is a popular daily newspaper in the Bengali language published in Dhaka in Bangladesh. It also has an online version. You can read the online version by clicking this (https://www.dailyinqilab.com/) link. It was founded in 1986. A.M.M Baha Uddin, publisher of Daily Inquilb. He is also a well-known and skilled veteran journalist in Bangladesh.

The Daily Inqilab published various categories of news such as Binodon (Entertainment), Politics, Khela Dhola (Sports), Probash Jibon, Ajker Patrika, Economics, Jatiya (National), Antorjatik (International), etc. According to Alexa traffic rank, 60% of visitor comes from Bangladesh and 10% of User from other countries of the world. The aim and purpose of this newspaper are to publish objective news.

Headquarters: Inqilab Publications Ltd., 2/1 R K Mission Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

The daily Samakal:

The Daily Samakal is a popular Bengali-language daily newspaper published in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Samakal started broadcasting on 31 May 2005. As of 2007, the circulation of Samakal is around over 200,000. In addition, Daily Samakal has an online news portal and eSamakal (https://epaper.samakal.com/) or paper-like print version Patrika. Mustafiz Shafi serves as the acting editor and S.M. Shahab Uddin is the Executive Director. After the death of Golam Sarwar, the founder-editor, Mustafiz Shafi, took charge as the interim editor of Samakal from 13 August 2018.

If you want to read Samakal news in English, you must go to Samakal Online English (https://en.samakal.com/) news site. Nowadays, Bangladeshi English news site is more famous among younger people and students.

Headquarters: 136 Tegaon Industrial Area, Love Road, Dhaka 1208.

The Daily Prothom Alo:

The Daily Prothom Alo is the largest newspaper in Bangladesh based on Bangladeshi circulation. It is published in the Bengali language and read by over half a million people daily. It was established in 1998, and It is headquartered in Dhaka. It has a trusted Bengali Online Media Link in Bangladesh. It publishes National and International lifestyles, politics, economy, trading, culture, fitness, budget, doctor advice, technology, parliament, population, and many more features.

If you want to read Bangladesh’s latest breaking news and features, go to The Daily Prothom Alo online link (https://www.prothomalo.com/) or buy a Prothom Alo newspaper from your nearest local store. Every day, more than 5. 3 million individuals are reading the print version of Prothom Alo. The Daily Prothom Alo online portal is the most visited Bengali news portal. Moreover, it brings you the current Bangladeshi news in Bangla, analysis by specialists, opinions by the right person on the proper case, latest technologies, lifestyles, and video entertainment.

Head Office: Pragati Insurance Bhaban, 20-21, Karwan Bazar Dhaka 1215, Bangladesh. Phone. Office: +88 02 8180078-81. Fax. Office: +88 02 55012200.

The Daily Naya Diganta: 

The Daily Naya Diganta is one more popular Bangla daily newspaper published in Bangladesh since 2004. It is part of Diganta Media Corporation, owned by Mir Quasem Ali, a Jammat-e-Islami Bangladesh politician. The television channel, Diganta TV, is a sister concern of the newspaper. The television was launched in August 2008. Mr Alamgir Mohiuddin is the editor of Naya Diganta. Its publisher is Shamsul Huda.

According to Alexa rank, their online version of the news portal is one of the most popular Bangla news sites in Bangladesh. Most people like to read their news online. Many feature categories have in Daily Naya Diganta, such as lifestyle, Biggan o Projukti (Science and Technology), Khela (Sports), National, International, and other features. The link (https://www.dailynayadiganta.com/) is the online portal link of The Daily Naya Diganta. You can install the most popular app of The daily Naya Diganta from the google play store for all daily news and breaking news.

Headquarters:  1 RK Mission Road Manik Mia Foundation, Motijheel Dhaka-1203 Bangladesh.

The Daily Jugantor:

The Daily Jugantor is a Bengali daily newspaper in Bangladesh. The newspaper is printed and published by Jamuna Printing and Publishing Ltd., established in 1999, and Jamuna Media Ltd oversees administrative operations. The editor of this newspaper is Saiful Alam, and Salma Islam is the publisher of The Daily Jugantor. The Daily Jugantor was first published on February 1, 2000, with the slogan of “Sotter Sondhane Nirbheek” (Fearless in search of truth).

The newspaper is owned by the Jamuna Group and is one of the most popular Bengali-language newspapers in Bangladesh. Read all Breaking News, Economies, National, International, Politics, Live Sports, Lifestyle, Technology, Education, and Entertainment from The Daily Jugantor online portal. Its online portal link is https://www.jugantor.com/ . The Daily Jugantor has different categories such as Protimoncho (Crime scene), Tech World for innovation and science reviews, Industry and Trading, Ghore Baire (LifeStyle), Tara jhil mil (Entertainment), Sajan samabesh (reader organization), Sahittyo samoyiki (literature), Prakriti o jibon (environment corner), Suranjana (women page), Chakrir khuj (jobs corner), Islam o jibon (religion and life).

Headquarters:  Ka-244 Progoti Sorony, Kuril (Biswa Road), Baridhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

The Kaler Kantho:

The Kaler Kantho is one of the most popular Bengali newspapers in Bangladesh. It is an enterprise of East-West Media Group, a sister concern of Bangladesh’s leading business conglomerate Bashundhara Group. Bashundhara Group also owns Bangladesh Pratidin, Daily Sun, News24, Radio Capital, and Banglanews24.

Mr Abed Khan was the founder and editor of The Daily Kaler Kantho. The Daily Kaler Kantho was first published on 10 January 2010. After a short period in June 2011, Abed Khan resigned as editor. After Abed Khan’s resignation Imdadul Haq Milan, a famous novelist from Bangladesh, worked as the editor. In 2010, Its first year of publication, daily print ran over 280,000 copies, making the Kaler Kantho the second-most circulated daily newspaper in Bangladesh.

One of the most prominent Bengali newspapers, The Daily Kaler Kantho, brings Android and iOS apps to various platforms. The Daily Kaler Kantho is available in printed and online versions. Its online version link is https://www.kalerkantho.com/

Headquarters:  East West Media Group Limited, Plot No: 371/A, Block No: D, Bashundhara R/A, Baridhara, Dhaka -1229

The Daily Ittefaq:

The Daily Ittefaq is a Bengali-language daily newspaper. It was founded in 1953, the oldest newspaper and one of the most circulated newspapers in Bangladesh. This newspaper format is a broadsheet printed by Ittefaq Group of Publications Limited.

The Weekly Ittefaq was first published on December 24, 1949, by Yar Mohammad Khan, its founders, publishers, and who is the founders and treasurers of the Bangladesh Awami League. As both were actively involved in politics and the anti-Pakistan movement, they appointed Tofazzal Hossain, who was working in Kolkata at the time, as an editor of Kolkata-based The Daily Ittihad, published by Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy. Following a legal dispute with the original owners in which Tofazzal Hossain won, it was declared Manik Mia owner of the publishing license of the Weekly Ittefaq. Tofazzal Hossain subsequently acquired a new request under The Daily Ittefaq.

The Daily Ittefaq has many modern features: local news, live sports updates, education and learning, entertainment, economic, political and general, law and lawyer, finance, and banking. Furthermore, this most popular daily newspaper, Ittefaq, offers an online version of the daily news portal and e-news (e-paper) portal. E-Paper’s online portal link is https://epaper.ittefaq.com.bd/. You also can find their app on Google Play Store, Windows Phone Store, and iOS (App Store).

Headquarters:  40, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka 1215; Kazlarper Demra, Dhaka 1232

Dainik Amader Shomoy:

Dainik Amader Shomoy is another popular Bengali language daily newspaper from Bangladesh. At first, The Daily Amader Shomoy started publishing in 2003 under Mr Nayeemul Islam Khan but was removed as publisher by court order in 2012. The current editor of this newspaper is Mohammad Golam Sarwar.

Dainik Amader Shomoy has many features, including Ajker Patrika (Today’s Newspaper), About Bangladesh, Antorjatik (International), Binodon (Entertainment), Lifestyle, Pachmishali, Health, etc. You can read the printed edition of the e-paper on Amader Shomoy’s. The link to the e-paper is https://epaper.dainikamadershomoy.com/ .

Headquarters:  118-121, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh

The Daily Manab Zamin:

The Daily Manab Zamin is a popular daily tabloid newspaper in Bangladesh, published in Dhaka in the Bengali language. It is another one of top 10 bangla newspapers. Manab Zamin is the first and largest circulated Bengali tabloid daily newspaper globally, with 19,000,000 monthly page views on its online edition. 1.6 million visitors from 189 countries from all over the planet visit the website every month, making it one of the most visited Bengali-language online publications worldwide. It is ranked within the World Top 500 newspaper websites and is in the top 1% of all sites globally. Its online version link is  https://mzamin.com/.

Matiur Rahman Chowdhury is the Chief Editor of Daily Manab Zamin. The Daily Manab Zamin was first published in 1997, and its publisher Mahbuba Chowdhury.

Headquarters:  Daily Manab Zamin, 40 Zenith Tower, Kawran Bazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

In conclusion, exploring the top 10 Bangla newspapers is a journey into the heart of Bangladesh’s media landscape. Each newspaper, with its unique history, editorial focus, and community impact, contributes to the rich tapestry of Bangla journalism. As consumers, embracing diverse sources ensures a holistic understanding of the world around us.

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