|Owner(s)||GK Communications Pvt. Ltd.|
|Publisher||Rashid Makhdoomi on behalf of GK Communications Pvt. Ltd.|
|Founded||1987, 31 years ago|
The newspaper began its publication in 1987 as a weekly newspaper. It started its first daily publication in 1989. The Greater Kashmir has its largest base of circulation in Jammu & Kashmir, and is the most widely read English daily newspaper in the state.
In February 2019, the Governor's office stopped giving government ads to this paper as well as to the Kashmir Reader. The Kashmir Editors Guild decried this as an attempt to curb the free press in India.
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- Pandey, Maneesh (11 October 2011). "Home ministry cracks whip on Kashmiri newspapers over 'anti-India' news". India Today. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
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- "About Us". Kashmir Ink. Greater Kashmir. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
- "J&K govt has stopped advertisements in two newspapers, alleges Kashmir Editors Guild". The Indian Express. 23 February 2019. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
- "Government stops advertisements to GK, KR".
- Official website Greater Kashmir
- Greater Kashmir ePaper
- Greater Kashmir on Facebook
- Greater Kashmir on Instagram
- Greater Kashmir on Twitter
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