List of Marathi Newspapers and Marathi Online News Sites

Marathi Newspapers and News Sites

Lokmat

Lokmat is a Marathi language newspaper published in Maharashtra state. Founded in 1971 by Jawaharlal Darda, it is the largest read regional language newspaper in India with more than 18 million readers and the No. 1 Marathi newspaper in Maharashtra & Goa states. It is also available in E-Paper format.

Loksatta

Loksatta is a Marathi daily newspaper in Maharashtra, India. It is published by The Indian Express Group and was launched on 14 January 1948. Loksatta is published out of Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Thane, Palghar, Ahmednagar, Amravati, Aurangabad and Nashik.

Sakaal

Sakal is a Marathi-language daily newspaper by Sakal Media Group with its headquarters in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Sakal is the flagship newspaper of the foundation publication, Sakal Media Group.

Maharashtra Times

Maharashtra Times colloquially referred to as ‘Ma Ta’ from its Marathi initialism, is a Marathi newspaper based in Mumbai, India. It is the largest selling daily Marathi newspaper in the country. According to the IRS 2005 survey, Maharashtra Times enjoys the second largest readership in Mumbai.

Divya Marathi

Divya Marathi Latest Breaking News, Pictures, Videos, and Special Reports from The Economic Times.

Pudhari

Pudhari is a popular Marathi daily, printed in three centers and distributed in Maharashtra, Goa and North Karnataka. It is the leader in Kolhapur and Western Maharashtra and the third-largest Marathi newspaper daily in the entire state of Maharashtra.

Saamana (Marathi: सामना)

Saamana is a Marathi-language newspaper published in Maharashtra, India. The paper was launched on 23 January 1988 by Bal Thackeray, the founder of the Shiv Sena, a local, regional and language-driven; political party; in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Tarun Bharat

Tarun Bharat is a Marathi newspaper based in Belgaum, India. It is the seventh-largest-selling Marathi daily newspaper in the country. The paper has eight editions from locations in North Karnataka Southern Maharashtra Konkan, Mumbai and Goa. Baburao Thakur founded the newspaper in 1919 during the British colonial era.

Punyanangari epaper

Punyanagari epaper is the second leading marathi daily newspaper in Maharashtra. Punyanagari epaper was started in 1991.

Deshonatti

Deshonnati is a Marathi language daily newspaper from Akola, Maharashtra and it was started in 1986.

Prahaar

Prahaar is a Marathi language newspaper, printed in India with regional editions in Mumbai, Thane, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg. It is owned by Narayan Rane’s Rane Prakashan Pvt Ltd. and has been called Rane’s mouthpiece. In 2016 its editor was Madhukar Bhave.

Parshv Bhumi

Parshvbhumi News provides news in English, Hindi, from leading news portals of Maharashtra. Get breaking news, daily news videos.

Beed Reporter

Beed Reporter Daily Marathi News Paper in Beed District and Most Popular Marathi Daily Newspaper in Beed Maharashtra.

Ekmat (Marathi: एकमत)

Ekmat is a Marathi-language daily newspaper by “Indo Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.” Headquartered in Latur, Maharashtra, India. Ekmat is the flagship newspaper of the foundation publication, Indo Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. It is published in Marathwada and Solapur.

Sanchar

Sanchar is an Indian Marathi daily broadsheet newspaper based in Solapur, India. It was founded by Shri M B Kadadi, Ranga Vaidya & Raman Gandhi on 13 October 1961, and is currently owned by Sangam Papers Corporation. The current Editor, Printer, Publisher of “Sanchar” is Mr. Dharmraj Annaraj Kadadi.

Sakaal Times

Sakal Times was an English-language daily newspaper published from Pune, India. It has recently been renamed as Sakàl Times. It is published by the Sakal Media Group, a media establishment in Pune whose flagship publication is the daily broadsheet Sakal. The paper started circulating in May 2008.

Dainik Aikya

Dainik Aikya (Aikya means ‘unity’) is a Marathi newspaper, published in Satara in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The magazine was founded in 1924.

Lokasha

Lokasha Daily Marathi News Paper in Beed District and Most Popular Marathi Daily Newspaper in Beed Maharashtra.

Navshakti ( Marathi (मराठी) – नवशक्ति )

Navshakti is a Marathi newspaper based in Mumbai, India. The newspaper has a circulation of 83,910 across the state of Maharashtra. This paper was started by S. Sadanand. P. R. Behere was its first editor.

Marathwada Neta

Marathwada Neta Akhbar Newspaper ePaper Today Edition Read Online Free Publishing in Marathi (मराठी) From India.

Lok Prashn

Lok Prashn is Marathi (मराठी) Epaper of Indian region Asia. Lok Prashn is very popular in India and is being published in different cities of India. It is one of the most trusted Newspapers in India.

Deshdoot

Deshdoot is an Indian daily newspaper, published in the Marathi language in the northern part of Maharashtra state. It is headquartered in Nashik. Deshdoot is the fastest-growing Marathi newspaper in India.

Agrowon (Pune)

Agrowon epaper is India’s first Agro daily newspaper, established in 2005. This is the world’s first-ever daily on agriculture in the world.

Zunjar Neta

Get all the latest news and updates on Zunjar Neta.

Gomantak

Read the Latest Goa Marathi news online on Dainik Gomantak’s epaper. Click here to read the full Marathi newspaper online.

Dainik Murder

Dainik Murder Epaper: Read the latest Marathi news online on a Daily basis Free available in the Dainik Murder newspaper from India country.

Dainik Shivner

Dainik Shivner is a Marathi language newspaper founded in 1955 by Vishwanathrao Wable. It is published daily in Mumbai, India and has a circulation of 25,000. Its stated mission is “to serve the downtrodden, Dalits, laborers and to spread a message of secularism and national integrity.”

Janankush

Janankush Akhbar Newspaper ePaper Today Edition Read Online Free Publishing in Marathi (मराठी) From India.

Nava Kaal

Navakal is a Marathi daily newspaper. It is based in Mumbai, the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Its owner editor is Nilkanth Khadilkar. Robin Jeffery has called Khadilkar one of the most remarkable and self-reliant owners of small newspapers.

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