Diário de Noite

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Diário de Noite
Editor-in-chief Luís de Menezes Bragança
Founded 1 December 1919 (1919-12-01)
Language Portuguese
Ceased publication December 1967
Headquarters São Tomé, Panjim, Portuguese India

Diário de Noite (Evening Diary) was a Portuguese language daily newspaper published from Panjim, Goa. The first issue was published on 1 December 1919. Luís de Menezes Bragança (1878-1938) was the founding editor of the newspaper.[1] Diário de Noite had its offices in São Tomé, Panjim.[2][3] It gained a wide Goan readership, and dealt with the events in the Indian mainland as well as Goan cultural issues.[1]

Diário de Noite continued publication after the annexation of Goa by India.[4] In the later period, it began carrying a page in English.[4][5] The newspaper was closed down in December 1967.[5]


  1. ^ a b Das, Sisir Kumar. A History of Indian Literature. 2.. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1995. p. 543
  2. ^ Noronha, Frederick. Behind the News: Voices from Goa's Press. Panjim: Broadway Book Centre, 2008. p. 2
  3. ^ Vaz, J. Clement. Profiles of Eminent Goans: Past and Present. New Delhi: Concept Publ. Co, 1997. p. 180
  4. ^ a b Priolkar, Anant Kakba. Goa Re-Discovered. Bombay: [chief distributors: Bhatkal Books International], 1967. p. 70
  5. ^ a b Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France), and Comissão Nacional para as Comemorações dos Descobrimentos Portugueses. Lusophonies asiatiques, Asiatiques en lusophonies. Paris: Karthala, 2000. p. 603