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The Navhind Times Goa Daily Newspaper

The Navhind Times epaper The Navhind Times ePaper is a daily newspaper in English language published from Goa. In 1961 when India conquered the Portuguese colony it started its publication. Its Goa’s first English newspaper and was owned by Vasantarao and his brothers. They had mining business and in the start they hired Lambert and T.V Parvati as editor of a newspaper. In 1966 Lambert started its own magazine but remained its editor in early 1960’s. The navhind is among the three largest newspaper with a huge number of readership.
The Navhind Times Daily Newspaper has 20 pages and you can buy in just 5 INR. You can Like The Navhind Times Facebook page
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Daily Jang Newspaper Gujranwala Edition Today

Daily Jang is published from Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Multan, Sheikhupura, Bahawalpur, Gujrat, Sialkot, Gujranwala, Sargodha, Sukkur, Faisalabad, Dera Ghazi Khan and Birmingham, UK. Its headquarters is in Printing House, Karachi. The Daily Jang is an Urdu newspaper based in Karachi, Pakistan. It is the oldest newspaper of Pakistan. It is Established in 1939.
The Daily Jang is published by the Jang Group of Newspapers. Jang Group of Newspapers is a subsidiary of the Independent Media Corporation. Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, is the current head of the business house based in Karachi. He is the CEO of Jang Group of Newspapers. The Daily Jang newspaper is a widely-circulated Urdu-language newspaper, published nationally throughout Pakistan.
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The Border Times Pakistan Online Newspaper

The Border Times Pakistan is an online newspaper started by Pakistani columnist Farman Nawaz. Border Times highlights the image of Pakistan by monitoring the pro and anti Pakistan news and views from the media of four neighboring countries of Pakistan namely India, China, Afghanistan and Iran as well as the Indian-controlled Kashmir. Pakistani columnist Farman Nawaz previously ran an Urdu Weekly Jirga Bannu. He is the editor of the Border Times. Nawaz has written English articles for Global Times China, Daily Outlook Afghanistan and several leading English newspapers of Pakistan. He had also worked as a blogger for Express News TV Network website. Nawaz also runs a local bilingual online newspaper The Bannu Times. For Those Who Want to ReadThe Border Times Pakistan they can Visit its Official Website: At The Website You Will Find The Border Times Pakistan old Newspaper Too. You Are Visiting The Border Times Pakistan Newspaper Page of

Daily Ash-Sharq International Newspaper

Daily Ash-Sharq Newspaper is a largest circulated daily news paper publishing daily from Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Dubai. It is an ABC certified Newspaper and also member of APNS and CPNE. It is daily International Urdu Newspaper. It is provide Daily National, International, Politics, Sports, Entertainment, education and other news from all arround the world. Chief Editor of this newspaper is Mian Muhammad Saeed Khokhar and Editor of this newspaper is Muhammad Arshad Malik. For Those Who Want to Read Daily Ash-Sharq Newspaper they can Visit its Official Website: At The Website You Will Find Daily Ash-Sharq old Newspaper Too. You Are Visiting Daily Ash-Sharq Newspaper Page of

Weekly Nawa-e-Islam Karachi newspaper

Weekly Nawa-e-Islam Newspaper is publishing daily from Karachi, Pakistan. It is weekly urdu newspaper. It is an ABC certified newspaper. It is provide national, international, Sports, Entertainment, Politics, Local and other news from all over the Pakistan. It has 4 pages and you can purchase it by spending 10 PKR. The founder of Weekly Nawa-e-Islam Newspaper is Shaheed Muzafar Ali Karmani. For Those Who Want to Read Weekly Nawa-e-Islam Karachi Newspaper they can Visit its Official Website: At The Website You Will Find Weekly Nawa-e-Islam Karachi old Newspaper Too. You Are Visiting Weekly Nawa-e-Islam Newspaper Page of