Bangla Newspaper













































English newspaper from Bangladesh















Newspaper is a store house of knowledge. It supplies us with news from home and abroad. It supplies with a very important thing in the life of a nation. The modern civilized people cannot do without newspaper.

The newspaper was first published in china. It was first published in England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. There was particularly no newspaper before the English came to this subcontinent.

Bengal Gazette was the first printed English-language newspaper in the Indian sub-continent. It was a weekly newspaper, and was founded on, in Calcutta by James Augustus Hicky. The first Bengali newspaper named Shamarchar Darpan was published by the missionaries of Srerampore. John Clark Marshman, was the official editor of this newspaper.

There are many kinds of newspaper, such as Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly and monthly. Most of the people read the dailies because they carry for us fresh and current news of the day. They also contain the views expressed by great leaders and thinkers of the world current topics. The monthlies contain articles, stories, stories, literature and poems.

 The newspaper is useful means of both pleasure and education. It tells us what is going on in our country as well as in foreign countries. It keeps us informed of the latest discovers. In brief it is the summary of current history.Now a days there are many bangla news paper such as Prothom Alo , Ittefaq, Kaler Kantho, Jugantor, Bangladesh Protidin, ManabZamin, Amar Desh, Shamokal, Amader Shomoy, Janakantha, Inqilab, Bhorer Kagoj, Sangbad, Dinkal, Noya Diganta, Sangram,Manobkantha,Shokaler Khabor,Alokito Bangladesh,Ajkaler Khobor,Ajker Patrika,Protidiner Sangbad are most popular newspaper published from Bangladesh.

Newspaper plays an important role to all classes of people. It keeps us in close contact with current affairs of the world. By reading newspaper we can learn language, the businessmen can know the market price of their goods, government can circulate the state policy, the sportsmen can know the news of their favorite games, the politicians can express their political views and the students are able to find their results.

There are some English newspaper published from Bangladesh such as  DailyStar,Independent,Ittefaq, Observer,New Age,Financial Express,News Today,Dhaka Tribune,Daily Sun,Bangladesh News (online),News From Bangladesh,Good Morning,Energy Bangla,Holiday,Prothom Alo English,Bangladesh Today etc.