Top 10 Bangla Newspapers You Must Read in Bangladesh

By Andrew Harry | Updated on

People of all religions and castes in Bangladesh like to follow the current updated information. The tendency to wake up in the morning and read magazines with tea has been around since time immemorial.

Every human being has the instinct to know the news. If you don't know what is happening in the country and abroad, you don't want to go during the day.

Newspapers are an important part of daily life. News is published in more than a hundred newspapers in Bangladesh every day. So, the number of newspaper readers is increasing day by day in Bangladesh.

Today I will discuss and highlight with you the "Top 10 Bangla Newspaper in Bangladesh".

The 10 Best Bangla Newspapers in Bangladesh

Here's a list of the top 10 Bangla Newspapers in Bangladesh:

01. The Daily Prothom Alo

The Daily Prothom Alo was founded in 1998 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Journalist Matiur Rahman is the publisher and editor of this newspaper. It is the largest and famous newspaper on online and offline platforms. In every day, around six to eleven lakh people from home and abroad read this newspaper online.

They are famous for their readability advantages. The headquarters of this newspaper in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This newspaper always printing a unique story that is always present in Bangladeshi culture. That's why it is most popular among the young generation. It is the top-ranked newspaper among all the Bengali newspapers.

02. The Daily Bangladesh Pratidin

Bangladesh Protidin is the most extensively publicized daily newspaper that was founded in 2010 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Mr Naim Nizam is the famous journalist in Bangladesh who is the editor of this newspaper and the publisher of this newspaper is Moynal Hossain Chowdhury. Every day, the prints almost 5, 53 300 copies.

They also provide their services on printing and online-based. The headquarters of this newspaper is Baridhara Dhaka, Bangladesh. Their printing version is most popular for Bangladeshi people. This newspaper has three online editions such as Bengali, English, and e-paper.

03. The Daily Jugantor

Jugantor was first published in 1999 in February and a part of the Jamuna Group. It is a Bengali Everyday newspaper for Bengali People's. The printing and publishing Jamuna Group Limited is publishing and printing this newspaper. Jamuna Media Ltd. manages the administrative operations of this newspaper because they are the holder of these newspapers.

04. The Daily Kaler Kantho

The Daily Kaler Kontho is located in Bashundhara Baridhara Dhaka Bangladesh and also part of the Bashundhara Group. They always provide truth news, and for this, they obtained a top-level position in Bangladesh.

It is also the most publicized dailies today.

They provide many types of features. They always printed the Bengali-language version. East-West Media is the owner of this newspaper which was founded in 2010 in January. The most reputed novelist Md. Imdadul Haque is the editor of this newspaper.

05. The Daily Ittefaq

After the liberation war in 1971, Ittefaq started their journey with independently. In the liberation war, they were playing a vital role as a newspaper. It was established in 1953 by the founder of Mr. Moulana Abdul Hamid khan Vasani. So, it was the oldest and famous newspaper in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

06. The Daily Janakantha

One of the most popular newspapers in Bangladesh is Janakantha which was founded in 1993 in February. It is the part of the Shilpa Paribar because they are the holder of this newspaper. Every day, they printed over 2, 75,000 copies of people's sorrows, wishes, and sufferings. They also are providing the services online.

07. The Daily Samakal

The Daily Samakal started its journey with the mission statement "Of Present Age" in 2005. It is a part of Ha-Meem Group and Times Media Limited and they also printed their copies. Great Journalist Golam Sarwar is the editor of Samakal. Although the newspaper is published daily in the form of a broadsheet, there is an online platform also.

08. The Daily Naya Diganta

Diganta Media Corporation established The Daily Naya Diganta in 2004 with the great meaning of "A new Day" by the publisher journalist Shamsul Huda and editor journalist Alamgir Mohiuddin.

It is a famous Bengali morning newspaper in the country which has taken place in the top 10 newspapers in Bangladesh. The everyday publicity of this newspaper is about two lakh. Diganta TV, the television channel is part of this newspaper. The television was established in 2008 in August.

09. The Daily Bhorer Kagoj

The Daily Bhorer Kajog is the best Bengali-language Newspaper which was published in 1992 from Dhaka city in Bangladesh. They started their journey with the motto of "Echoes of free life". It catching all types of news such as entertainment, sports, media coverage, sorrows, happiness, and others. They also provide their services on a printing and online basis.

10. The Daily Manab Zamin

Manab Zamin is the daily type of newspaper which was published in 1997 in the Bengali-language from Dhaka City in Bangladesh. It is a daily summarize newspaper in is the largest publicity Bengal tabloid newspaper in the country. They also provide their services on a printing and online basis. It is the first tabloid formatting newspaper in Bangladesh. This newspaper obtained its reputable position and ranked among the country.

Manobjomin is the first Bangla newspaper that dedicated their online site for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The daily publicity of this newspaper is around six lakh people. They cover all types of topics such as sports, entertainment, and others. They also provide a weekly magazine that is very popular for young people.