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Overview of Bangla Newspapers in Bangladesh

With Bangla being the national and most common language in the country, the number of newspapers and news reporting mediums that operate primarily in Bangla, is also a staggering amount. The number grows day by day with additions to the news reporting channels as well the channel’s content and program catalogue. Ranging from lifestyle to entertainment on one hand, and socio-economic dynamics on the other, the Bengali newspapers offer all that a domestic or foreigner needs to stay abreast.

Vorer Pata

With a vision to umbralla the business sector, the Vorer Pata group initiated it’s launch into the journalism and media industry withthe introduction of their Bangali-based newspaper The Vorer Pata Daily. With a wide range of topics, the newspaper enjoys readership comprising the young and the old as well a foreign followership. The content for the newspaper is avaialable online, aside from it’s e-paper version.

Founding year: 2012
Founder: Dr. Kazi Ertaza Hassan
Group: Vorerpata Group


Shamokal prides itself as the number 1 read Bangali newspaper in the country with an impressive repute built within the last decade. Through transparency and objectivity in approach, the paper claims to target the audience’s and the public’s high demand for authentic and unbiased review of the world and the country’s sociao-political and economic conditions, a few among many aspects of the papers resources.

Founding year: 2005
Founder: None
Group: Time Media Ltd.


During the first decade of inception, the paper’s controversial stand against the Ayub Khan adminsitration of the Pakistani government led to the suspension of operations through out the War of Liberation in 1971. Through Bangali, the paper has enabled readers and contributors a platform to voice thier opinions whether radeical or generic in response to the growing conditions in and around the country. This is also the first Bengali paper to dedicate a section to women.

Founding year: 1951
Founder: Nasiruddin Ahmad
Group: The Sangbad Ltd.


The printed paper ProthomAlo enjoys just as wide a global readership as the domestic. The paper has recieved awards for journalistic achievements becasue of covering all corners of the country and the world. The paper includes updates with latest news from all disciplines and aspects relating but not limited to politics, lifestyle and entertainment.

Founding year: 2010
Founder: None
Group: Transcom Group


With just two years of experience under its belt, this newspaper has risen to accolades of investigative journalism like few others. With a global presence and readership, the newspaper, titled “a guiding light” aims to become the corner stone of reporting in the country under the mission statement “We serve complete truth to our readers not the half.”

Founding year: 2014
Founder: Hafizur Rahman
Group: NA


Published daily, from the capital fo the city, Manibkantha provides an accute analysis of all things journalistic. The approach towards the political, social and economical conditions of the country is an objective one, with focus on global as well as domestic factors that effect these conditions. The paper’s individual identity is set by the fact that it represents the journalisitc community in its reporting like all other matters.

Founding year: 2012
Founder: None
Group: Ashiyan Group

Manab Zamin

Since its esstablishment, the newspaper has a vast readership from the US as well as the UK and other eastern countries neighbouring Bangladesh, such as Japan and Australia. The website ranking statistics show it enjoys almost 15K new visitors each day and the paper itself enjoys a global readership and contributions to its literary base.

Founding year: 1998
Founder: Matiur Rahman Chowdhury
Group: NA


A local newspaper from Jessore, the papers name means “social culture” aiming to provide a detailed coverage of what the social culture entails in the region and the country. With this prespective, the paper also offers information and comaprisons of lifestyle between regions, countries and social schools of thought highlighting the diversity that one can find in Bangladesh as well as the South Asian region.

Founding year: 1990
Founder: Sundar Saha
Group: NA


As a local newspaper coming from the commercial, financial and as well as industrial sector head, the Bogra district’s Daily Karatoa offers insight into local political and social situations as well a global perspective on developing conditions. With online portal for a electronic as well the printed version, the paper offers local news, local weather, local sports news, world news, market info, recreation news, education news, entrepreneurship, daily tips, amongst others.

Founding year: 1975
Founder: Mozammel Hoque Lalu
Group: NA

Kaler Kantho

A sister concern of the another paper, this one takes a more literary approach to journaism in the country. After the resignation of the founding editor, Abed Khan, Imdadul Haq Milon (a novelist by profession) took up the designation and has hence allowed the newspaper a fresh and unique approach much different from the conventional editorial style most newspapers are proof of.

Founding year: 2010
Founder: Abed Khan
Group: East West Media Group Ltd.