Which Tamil newspaper has the largest circulation?

Which Tamil newspaper has the largest circulation?

According to the Indian Readership Survey, Daily Thanthi was the leading Tamil publication during December 2019 to March 2020. The newspaper had the highest readership of over 25 million readers followed by Dinakaran and Dinamalar with over 12 million readers each during the survey period.

Who started Tamil Murasu?

Thamizhavel G. Sarangapani
Tamil Murasu is a Singapore based Tamil language newspaper. Launched in 1935 by Thamizhavel G. Sarangapani, Tamil Murasu is Singapore’s only Tamil language newspaper.

Which language newspaper has the highest circulation?

As per the data from Annual Statements received, the highest number of newspapers were published in Hindi (4131), followed by English (864), Gujarati (775), Urdu (463) Bengali (445), and Marathi (328) In circulation, Hindi newspapers continued to lead with 7,66,98,490 copies followed by English with 3,41,06,816 copies.

Which is the first Tamil newspaper?

Swadesamitran (1881–1985) was the first Tamil language newspaper owned and operated by Indians. It was published from Chennai (then called Madras). It was founded by G Subramania Aiyer who also served as the papers first editor.

Which is the first newspaper of India?

Hicky’s Bengal Gazette
Hicky’s Bengal Gazette

Front page of Hicky’s Bengal Gazette, 10 March 1781, from the University of Heidelberg’s archives.
Type Weekly newspaper
Publisher James Augustus Hicky
Founded 29 January 1780
Ceased publication 30 March 1782

How many newspapers are there in Tamilnadu?

List of newspapers based in Chennai

Title Published Monthly Readership (2017)
Dinamalar Daily 11,659,000
The Hindu Daily 5,300,000
Maalai Malar Daily (evening) 3,074,000
The Hindu (Tamil) Daily 2,890,000

Which is first newspaper in India?

Hicky’s Bengal Gazette was the first English-language newspaper published on the Indian subcontinent. It was founded in Calcutta, capital of British India at the time, by Irishman James Augustus Hicky in 1779.