There are many organisations which publish various newspapers and their sub-newspapers. There are a large fraction of people who read newspapers. Those gain knowledge whereas those who refuse to read stay deprived of the countries news. ABC has conducted a survey and found which are the most be circulated. Some of those newspaper are local languages whereas others in Hindi or English.
10] Hindustan times – English:-
This newspaper was founded in 1924 and was originated during the Indian Independence Movement. This newspaper in English language is being published under HT Media Ltd. Though there are readers all over in India but it is most popular in North India in the regions of Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Patna, Bhopal, Ranchi and Chandigarh. It was also printed in Jaipur but that was stopped in 2006.
9] Amar Ujala – Hindi:-
This newspaper in Hindi language was founded on 18th April, 1948. Initially it was started in Agra but later expanded in Chandigarh, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Up, Uttarakhand, and New Delhi. The motto of this new newspaper is “josh sach ka” (Passion of Truth) and was basically introduced to promote awakening and making the citizens responsible towards nation, society and each other.
8] Ananda Bazar Patrika – Bengali:-
This Bengali-language newspaper in India is the 8th most circulated product as per ABC. The newspaper is published by ABP Group in Delhi, Mumbai anf ofcourse Kolkata. This is one of the best reader’s choice and around 1.28 million copies are read by the people in India.
7] Deccan Chronicle – English:-
This newspaper is published by Deccan Chronicle Holdings Ltd. Whose office is in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. This newspaper in English language is 7th most circulated daily newspaper as per ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulation). The name itself suggests that this newspaper was originated in the Deccan regions in India. This newspaper was started in 1938 as a partnership concern. In 1976, the press was taken over by late T Chadrashekar Reddy but after bankruptcy he handed this to his sons T Vinayak Ravi Reddy and T Venkattram Reddy.
6] Eenadu – Telagu:-
This newspaper in Telugu language in India is the 6th widely circulated newspaper and the most widely read newspaper in Andhra Pradesh. The word ‘Eenadu’ in Telugu means ‘Daily’. This newspaper was founded in 1974 by Ramojji Rao. This newspaper influenced the crowning of Governments in AP as well in dethroning them. This newspaper is using the latest technologies related to publishing and communication and adapted them in Telugu language successfully.
5] The Hindu – English:-
The Hindu is a daily newspaper in India in English. This newspaper was founded in Chennai and since 1878; it is being continuously published from there itself. As per the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) this one is the 5th most circulated in India with 1.46 million copies circulated in 2009. Around 2.0 million people read this daily newspaper but the main readership comes from the southern parts of India like Tamil Nadu and Kerala. When the newspaper was started in 1878, it was a weekly but it turned into a daily in 1889. This one is the first newspaper which provided online editions in India in the year 1995.
4] Malayala Manorama – Malayalam:-
This is a daily in Malayalam language which is a language of Kerala, India. According to a survey by WAN (World Association of Newspapers) this newspaper is the 4th most circulated one in India and also the most read newspaper in Kerala. The first release of this newspaper was on 14th March, 1890. More than 20 million people in India reads this newspaper and over 1.9 million copies are circulated. “Manorama” is a Malayalam word which means entertainer.
3] Dainik Jagran – Hindi:-
As per the survey conducted by Indian Readership Survey IRS, this newspaper stands 1st when talked about the readership with a score of 16.393 million readers but when it comes to circulation, this newspaper is ranked 3rd. This rank is a downfall as it was the 2nd most circulated daily in the year 2010. This daily newspaper was founded by Shri Puranchandra Gupta and Shri Gurudev Gupta jointly in the year 1942 in Jhansi. Initially, starting from Jhansi and then expanding to Kanpur in 1947; again expanding to Rewa, 1953; Bhopal, 1956; Gorakhpur, 1975; Varanasi, Allahabad and Lucknow, 1979; Meerut & Agra, 1986; Bareilly in 1989 and Delhi in 1990 and so on reaching a count of 36 editions in 11 states of India.
2] Dainik Bhaskar – Hindi:-
This is a daily newspaper in Hindi Language in India. The newspaper was started in 1958 from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and spread all over India and achieved the rank #2 in the list of Largest Circulation among all the Indian newspapers. This daily-newspaper is published by D B Corp Ltd. The National Editor at present is Shravan Garg and Yatish K Rajawat is the Group Managing Editor. This newspaper released the very first Business newspaper in Hindi namely “Business Bhaskar” on 27th June, 2012.
1] The Times of India (TOI) – English:-
The TOI is a daily newspaper in English language in India. This newspaper is ranked #1 by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) in the list of Largest Circulation among all Indian newspapers sold across the world. As per Indian Readership Survey, this newspaper is the largest selling newspaper even when compared in any language in the whole world. Around 74.71 lakhs (which is equal to 7.471 million) people read Times of India. This newspaper is published by Sahu Jain Family who owns Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.