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  • Hosa Digantha (Kannada:ಹೊಸ ದಿಗಂತ) is a Kannada morning daily in Karnataka. "Hosa Digantha" has the literal meaning of "New Horizon". With its tag line Rāshtra Jāgrutiya Dainika (Kannada:ರಾಷ್ಚ್ರ ಜಾಗೃತಿಯ ದೈನಿಕ), meaning "Daily for national awareness", Hosa Digantha is a newspaper with nationalist ideology.[citation needed] Vinayak Bhat Maruru is the Editor-in-Chief of Hosa Digantha which also features young reporter Chiru Bhat who was earlier with Samaya TV and Vishwavani News. Another well-known columnist and author Rohith Chakrathirtha also writes to the newspaper. Started in the year 1979, from Mangaluru, now has Mangaluru, Bengaluru, Shivamogga and Hubli editions.
  • Kannada Prabha is a morning daily jointly owned by Jupiter Capital a company founded by Rajeev Chandrasekhar who is Bharatiya Janata Party’s member of parliament and The New Indian Express Group, is a major Kannada newspaper in Karnataka. The tag line on its masthead is The Most Powerful Kannada Newspaper. It was founded by Ramnath Goenka.
  • Praja Pragathi is Kannada (ಕನ್ನಡ) Epaper of India region Asia. Praja Pragathi is very popular in India and is being published from different cities of India.
  • Prajavani (Kannada for Voice of the People) is a leading Kannada-language broadsheet daily newspaper published in Karnataka, India. Having a readership of over 2.01 million, it is one of the largest circulated newspapers in the state.
  • Samyuktha Karnataka is a major Kannada language daily newspaper in the state of Karnataka. Founded in 1921 by Loka Shikshana Trust over strong morals, to promote patriotism and nationalistic ideas, and the need to report the truth, the newspaper is headquartered in Hubli. Loka Shikshana Trust was founded by senior freedom fighters of India around 80 years ago, during the turbulent national movement. Its editor is Hunasawadi Rajan and it is printed and published by Ashok Shanbag. The newspaper is a daily publication available in the broadsheet format. It gives news, views and commentary from the state and across the country. It covers national and international news, developments in business and economics, sports and feature articles among other newsworthy topics. Parallel editions are published in Bangalore, Mangalore, Davanagere and Kalaburagi, making it a popular daily in the state of Karnataka. Samyuktha Karnataka also has an e-paper edition, which caters to the Kannada readers, across the world. Although it is the oldest daily in Karnataka, it has also been keeping pace with the rapid technological advancements. It has gained widespread readership across the state over the years, owing to its strong principles, reporting genuinely and precisely.
  • Sanjevani is a Kannada-language Indian daily afternoon newspaper. Sanjevani is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka. This newspaper was founded on December 10th, 1982, and has completed 34 years in 2016. Sanjevani currently has ten editions in Karnataka published from Bangalore, Hubli, Mangalore, Gulbarga, Raichur, Bellary, Mysore, Davangere, Tumkur and Shimoga. Sanjevani has a circulation of around 4.25 lakh copies every day. A Microsoft survey in 2001 has chosen Sanjevani as the “No.1 Kannada Newspaper”. Sanjevani is owned and published by B.S Mani. The Editor of this newspaper is B.T. Amuthan. Sanjevani is dedicated to publishing breaking and latest news and updates not only to the people of Karnataka but to Kannadigas all around the world. Sanjevani focuses on state and national news. Apart from this Sanjevani publishes articles about important international news, science, technology, health, horoscope and entertainment. Sanjevani is available to its readers online through its e-paper. Sanjevani was, in fact, the first South Indian language newspaper to be published online. The online version of this newspaper uses Kannada as a medium of communication. The internet version of this newspaper attracts several visitors every day. Sanjevani has also launched a mobile version of their website in April, 2010.
  • Udayavani is a Kannada language daily newspaper from Bangalore, Karnataka. It means the “morning voice” in Kannada and this paper is widely read in the coastal region of Karnataka. With strong morals and the need to report the truth, the newspaper was founded in 1971 by Mohandas Pai and T. Satish U. Pai. It’s owned by the Manipal Group and published by the Manipal Media Network Ltd. Its editor for the Manipal region is Balakrishna Holla and the editor for the Bangalore region is Shiva Subramanya. The newspaper is a daily publication available in the broadsheet format. It provides news, views and commentary from the state and across the country. It covers national and international news, developments in business and economics, sports and feature articles among other newsworthy topics. Parallel editions are published in Davanagere, Gulbarga, Hubli, Manipal and also in Mumbai (Maharashtra), making it a popular Kannada daily in the state of Karnataka. It has a combined circulation of over 3,00,000 copies and is arguably the most widely read newspaper in Karnataka. The newspaper also has an e-paper edition, which caters to the Kannada readers, across the world. It has gained widespread readership across the state over the years, owing to its strong principles, reporting genuinely and precisely. It has won many accolades and awards for its unbiased journalism and quality content, extensive local coverage, neat layout and quality of printing.
  • Vijaya Karnataka is a Kannada newspaper published from a number of cities in Karnataka. [3] The newspaper is published from Bengaluru, Hubballi, Mangaluru, Shivamogga, Kalaburagi, Gangavathi, Belagavi, Davanagere, Hassan, Chitradurga. It was started by VRL group, headed by entrepreneur and politician, Vijay Sankeshwar in October 1999. The newspaper along with sister publications (Vijay Times) was purchased by the Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd., publishers of Indias leading newspaper, The Times of India in 2006.
  • Vijayavani is a Kannada daily newspaper from Bangalore, Karnataka. Founded about 7 years ago over strong morals and the need to report the truth, the newspaper is spearheaded by Channegowda KN who is the editor-in-chief. The newspaper is owned by VRL Media Group Private Limited which is owned by Vijay Sankeshwar. It is headquartered in Hubli district, Karnataka. The newspaper is a daily publication available everyday in the broadsheet format. It gives news, views and commentary from the state and across the country. It covers national and international news, developments in business and economics, sports and feature articles among other newsworthy topics. It also has multiple specials covering regional movies and events published daily or weekly. Parallel editions are published in Mangalore, Hubli, Vijayapura, Mysore, Gangavathi, Chitradurga, Shivamogga and Belgaum, making it a popular daily in the state of Karnataka. The newspaper also has an epaper edition, which caters to the Kannada readers, across the world. It has gained widespread readership across the state over the years, owing to its strong principles, reporting genuinely and precisely.

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