Pudhari

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Pudhari (पुढारी)
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Editor Pratap Sinh Jadhav
Language Marathi
Official website www.pudhari.com


Pudhari is a popular Marathi daily published from Kolhapur.[1][2] It is the fourth-largest Marathi newspaper daily.[3] Pudhari has different editions for major districts of Maharashtra namely Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara, Solapur, Ahmadnagar, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Belgaum & an edition for Goa state.

A supplement called 'Bahar' is published along with the Sunday issue of Pudhari,

Pudhari's fund collection for the Kargil War in 1999 was one of the largest by newspapers in India. It was used to build a hospital for Indian soldiers at Siachen in 2001.

Pudhari has launched the radio station "Tomato FM" on the frequency 94.3 MHz.

History[edit]

Dr. Ganpatrao Govindrao Jadhav is the founder editor of the daily Pudhari. He started his journalistic career in Mumbai by joining weekly TEJ. He further worked for an evening daily and some other journals. He was also editing daily Kaiwari in Mumbai. While working as a journalist. He worked with Keshavrao Jedhe, Dinkarrao Jawalkar, Prabodhankar K.S. Thakre, Mama Varerkar, Achyutrao Kolhatkar, Bhaskarrao Jadhav and other renowned social reformists of those days. Current editor of Pudhari is Pratap Singh Jadhav.

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