List of Sindhi-language newspapers

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The Sindhi language has a long history of arts, literature, and culture. The first Sindhi newspaper was Sind Sudhar, founded in 1884.[1]

Sindhi newspapers in Pakistan[edit]

Following is a list of Sindhi newspapers from Sindh in Pakistan.[2]

Type daily Language Sindh Location Founded Year Notes
Daily Sobh (Sindhi: روزاني سوڀ‎) Daily Sindhi 2006
Sind Sudhar (Sindhi: سنڌ سڌار‎) Daily Sindhi 1884
Alakh (Sindhi: اَلَکُ‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad
Hilal-e-Pakistan (Sindhi: هلال پاڪستان‎) Daily Sindhi Karachi 1946
Ibrat (Sindhi: عبرت‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1958
Kawish (Sindhi: ڪاوش‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1990
Koshish (Sindhi: ڪوشش‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1998
Mehran (Sindhi: مهراڻ‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1957
Sach (Sindhi: سچ‎) Daily Sindhi Karachi
Safeer (Sindhi: سفیر‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad
Shaam (Sindhi: شام‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1999
Sindh (Sindhi: سنڌ‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1995
Sindu (Sindhi: سنڌو‎) Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 1989
Awami Awaz (Sindhi: روزاني عوامي آواز‎) Daily Sindhi Karachi
Mirwah Times Weekly Sindhi Thari Mirwah 2015 Jogi Pervez Mehdi (Advocate)
Daily Aaieno Daily Sindhi Karachi 2014
Daily Sindh Express Daily Sindhi Hyderabad 2012 The Express Group
Daily Qiyadat Daily Sindhi Karachi
Indus News Daily Sindhi Islamabad
Daily Barkha Daily Sindhi Karachi 2006
Daily Imkaan Daily Sindhi Karachi 2008
Dadu Times Weekly Sindhi Karachi
Sawa News Weekly Sindhi Larkano
Halaat Ghotki Weekly Sindhi Ghotki

Sindhi newspapers in India[edit]

Following is a list of Sindhi newspapers in India.[3]

Newspaper Type Language Location Editor (Chief) Co-Editor: Notes
Hindu (Sindhi: هِنڌوُ‎) Daily Sindhi Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Jaipur, Mumbai [4]
Zindagi Samachar (Sindhi: زندگي سماچار‎) Daily Sindhi Ahmedabad
Sindhi Ahiwal (Sindhi: سنڌي احوال‎) Weekly Sindhi Ahmedabad
Rashtriya Prem (Sindhi: رشتريا پريم‎) Weekly Sindhi Ahmedabad
Chingoon (Sindhi: چِڻنگون‎) Weekly Sindhi Ahmedabad
Sindhi Times (Sindhi: سنڌِي ٽائِيمز‎) Weekly Sindhi Ulhasnagar
Sindhu Gaurav (Sindhi: سنڌيو گورو‎) Fortnightly Sindhi Devnagri Jaipur, Rajasthan Dilip Parwani
Mahraan (Sindhi: مهراڻ‎) Weekly Sindhi Sindhunagar
Akhand Sindhu Sansar (Sindhi: اکنڊسنڌُو سنسار‎) Monthly Sindhi Bhopal
Hindwasi (Sindhi: هِندواسِي‎) Weekly Sindhi Mumbai
Dainik Farz (Sindhi: دينڪ فرض‎) Sindhi - Hindi daily Sindhi Bhopal
Zindagi (Sindhi: زِندگِي‎) Weekly Sindhi Ahmedabad Shri Shyam Ramrakhiani
Sachai (Sindhi: سچائِيِ‎) Weekly Sindhi Ahmedabad Murli K. Goplani
Sindhi Bandhu (Sindhi: سنڌِي ٻنڌ‎) Fortnightly Sindhi Ahmedabad Haresh Bhagwani Nirmal Bhagwani Website : www.sindhibandhu.com
Sindhu Halchal (Sindhi: سِنڌُو هلِچلِ‎) Daily/weekly Sindhi Damoh (MP) Sajay Rohra
Sanwad Sindhi (Sindhi: سنودِ سنڌِي‎) Daily/weekly Sindhi New Delhi Shrikant Bhatia (Bhatia)
Sindhi Gulistan (Sindhi: سنڌِي گُلِستان‎) Daily/weekly Sindhi New Delhi Anjali Tulsiani
Sindhu Parag (Sindhi: سنڌِوُ پرآڳ‎) Monthly Sindhi Rewa (MP) Shri Vijay Thawani
Sindhudee (Sindhi: سنڌِوُدي‎) Monthly Sindhi Nagpur Shri Tulsi Setiya Shri Kishore Lalwani
Sindhi Sadabahar (Sindhi: سِنڌِي سدابهار‎) Monthly Sindhi Rajkot Shri Jayant Dhanrajani Shri Dhirwani Umesh
Dile Sindh (Sindhi: دِلِ سِنڌ‎) Fortnightly Sindhi Delhi Shri Mahesh Chhabaria
Aman-e-Hind (Sindhi: امنِ هندِ‎) Monthly Sindhi Bhopal (MP) SShri Dev Jhurani
Sindh Panchayat Samachar (Sindhi: سِنڌِي پنچائيِت سماچار‎) Fortnightly (Akhbar Hindi - Ziban Sindhi) Sindhi Neemach (MP) Shri Kamal Vardhani Padho ain Padhayo - Sindhyat Ji Jyot Jagayo پڙهو ۽ پڙهائِيو،سِنڌُ جيِ جِيُوتِ جلائِيو
Sabh Jo Bhalo (Sindhi: سڀ جو ڀلو‎) Monthly Sindhi Katni (MP) Shri Ghanshyam Bellani
Sindhu Awaj (Sindhi: سِنڌُو اَوجَ‎) Quarterly Sindhi Faizabad (UP) Shri Omprakash Omi

Others[edit]

  • Daily Awami Jaiza Hyderabad in Urdu 2011
  • Daily Barkha Karachi in Sindhi 2006
  • Daily City News Karachi in English 2000

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aziz, Shaikh (20 October 2017). "The struggle of Sindhi newspapers". 
  2. ^ "List of All Daily Newspapers of Sindhi Language". Sindhi Media.com. Retrieved 21 May 2016. 
  3. ^ "Sindhi News Papers". Sindhi Gulab. Retrieved 26 August 2015. 
  4. ^ "Rate Card - Hindu" (PDF). www.indianadsonline.com. 1 January 2014. Archived (PDF) from the original on 5 September 2015. Retrieved 5 September 2015. 

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