Amrit Bazar Patrika, Telegraph and Hindustan Standard : Kolkata; Statesman : New Delhi and Calcutta-, Times of India : New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Bangalore and Patna; Hindustan Times : New Delhi; Tribune : Chandigarh; National Herald : Lucknow, New Delhi and Chennai; Financial Express : Mumbai and New Delhi; Indian Express : New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Madurai, Chittor, Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Cochin, Bangalore and Chandigarh; Economic Times: Mumbai, Kolkata and New Delhi; Hindu : Chennai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Gurgaon; Patriot: New Delhi.
Vishvamitra : Kolkata, Mumbai and Kanpur; Nai Duniya : Indore; Aryavarta : Patna; Navbharat Times : New Delhi, Mumbai, Patna, Lucknow and Jaipur; Hindustan : New Delhi; Aaj : Banaras, Kanpur and Patna; Punjab Kesari : Jallandhar and New Delhi; Janasatta : New Delhi; Dainik Jagran : Kanpur, New Delhi, Meerut and Banaras; Tribune : Chandigarh.
Other Newspapers and their Languages:
Anand Bazar Patrika and Jugantar : Kolkata (Bengla); Nutan Assamiya : Guwahati (Assamese); Matribhoomi: Cuttack (Oriya); Pratap : New Delhi and Jallandhar (Urdu); Mumbai Samachar : Mumbai (Gujarati); Andhra Patrika : Vijayawada (Telugu); Kannada Prabha: Bangalore (Kannada); Maharashtra Times : Mumbai (Marathi); Dinamani : Madurai (Tamil); Mathribhoomi : Kozhikode (Malayalam); Loksatta : Mumbai (Marathi); Tej, Milap : New Delhi (Urdu).
It is a weekly newspaper published by the Government of India in English, Urdu and Hindi. It carries complete information on employment opportunities. It is published from Delhi.
Indian News Agencies:
There are five News Agencies in India- viz, 1. Press Trust of India (PTI); 2. United News of India (UNI); 3– Hindustan Samachar; 4. Samachar Bharati. 5. Bhasha.
While the Press Trust of India and the United News of India supply news in English, the other two are operating through the medium of Hindi and other Indian languages.