Front page of 11 August 2013
|Owner(s)||Kalom Walefare Association|
|Editor||Ahmed Hassan Imran|
Kalom (Bengali: কলম) is an Indian Bengali language daily newspaper published in Kolkata by the Kalom Welfare Association. Its editor is Ahmed Hassan Imran who is a Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament from West Bengal with support from Trinamool Congress, Indian National Congress and Communist Party of India (Marxist).
In 2013 after the Saradha Group financial scandal it was again bought by Kalom Welfare Association.
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