Gujarat Today (Gujarati: ગુજરાત ટુડ) is a large-circulation Gujarati language daily newspaper in Gujarat, India. It is published in Gujarati by the Lokhit Prakashan Sarvajanik Trust and edited by Aziz Tankarvi. Its main office is in Ahmedabad at Shah-e-Alam. Gujarat Today represents the Muslims of Gujarat, and is considered to have a liberal outlook.
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