Daily Naya Diganta

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Daily Naya Diganta/দৈনিক নয়া দিগন্ত
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Diganta Media Corporation
Publisher Shamsul Huda
Editor Alamgir Mohiuddin
Founded 2004
Political alignment Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami
Language Bengali
167/2-E, Inner Circular Road (Eden Complex),
Circulation 200,000 copies date=January 2009
Official website Official website

The 'Daily Naya Diganta' (Bengali: দৈনিক নয়া দিগন্ত Doinik Nôea Digônto "Daily New Horizon") is a Pro-Jamaati Bengali daily newspaper published in Bangladesh since 2004.[1][2]


Its founder and editor is Alamgir Mahiuddin . Its Executive Editor is Salahuddin Babar. Senior Assistant Editor (Editorial Chief) is Masud Majumder. Its News Editor is Masumur Rahman Khalily, Editional News Editor is Muhammad Baker Hossain, National Desk Editor Muhammad Saiful Islam, Joint News Editor Kazi Hafizur Rahman, Assistant News Editor Ahmed Motiur Rahman and Muhammad Khairul Bashar, Chief Reporter Touhidul Islam, Feature in-charge is Ahmed shahbuddin.[citation needed]

Regular columnists[edit]

Popular columnist writing regularly in the daily are Ebne Golam Samad, Serajur Rahman, Shafiq Rehman, its editor Alamgir Mahiuddin and so on. Freedom Fighter of Bangladesh Bongobir Qader Siddiqi has also started writing regularly.


It is said to have a circulation of over 200,000 copies.[citation needed]


The daily has two popular weeklies named as Therapy(থেরাপি) (magazine editor: Sohel Atol) and Abokash (অবকাশ) (magazine editor: Shah Muhammod Moshahid). Therapy is a fun magazine while in Abokash informative social issues get preference.


Currently, the newspaper is one of the cheapest in the country. It was intoruduced at a price of BDT 5.00, which was later raised to BDT 6.00 and then BDT 8.00.[citation needed]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Jamaat-Shibir storm streets again, clash with cops leaving 15 hurt". The Independent. 12 February 2013. Retrieved 30 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Vow to continue demo for death penalty for war criminals". The Daily Sun. Retrieved 30 March 2013. 

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