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Manikonda Veda Kumar

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Gali Udaya Kumar
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How many newspapers are there in India?

The total number of registered newspapers, as on 31st March, 2008: 69,323
The number of new newspapers registered during 2007-08: 4,332
Percentage of growth of total registered publications over the previous year: 6.7 %
The largest number of newspapers & periodicals registered in any Indian language (Hindi): 27,527
The second largest number of newspapers & periodicals registered in any language (English): 10,000
The state with the largest number of registered newspapers (Uttar Pradesh):10,779
The state with the second largest number of registered newspapers (Delhi): 9,483
The number of newspapers that submitted Annual Statements: 9,072
The total circulation of newspapers : 20,71,08,115
The largest number of newspapers & periodicals that submitted Annual Statements in any Indian language (Hindi): 4,962
The second largest number of newspapers & periodicals that submitted Annual Statements in any language (English) : 971
The largest circulated Daily: The Hindu,English,Chennai : 12,75,553
The second largest circulated Daily: Ananda Bazar Patrika,Bengali,Kolkata : 12,55,850
The third largest circulated Daily: Eenadu,Telugu,Hyderabad : 11,81,844
The largest circulated multi-edition Daily: The Times of India, English(5 editions):23,35,991
The second largest circulated multi-edition Daily: Eenadu,Telugu,(23 editions):22,27,025
The largest circulated periodical: The Hindu Weekly,English, Chennai : 11,28,569

1 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:36:00 AM

    The total number of registered newspapers is 69,323 and that submitted Annual Statements is 9,072. That means the remaining newspapers are defunct. Is that so?
    --- Dheeraj

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