Sambhaav

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Sambhaav Metro
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Sambhaav Media Ltd.
Publisher Kiran Vadodaria
Editor Pragnesh Shukla
Founded 1986
Language Gujarati
Headquarters Ahmedabad, India
Website www.sambhaavmetro.com


Sambhaav Metro (Gujarati: સમભાવ મેટ્રો) is a Newspaper in Gujarati published only from Ahmedabad (Gujarat, India), six days a week, with a day off on Sundays. Sambhaav, a broadsheet Gujarati Newspaper when it started has modified into a stylish, bold and smart afternoon tabloid “Sambhaav Metro” that symbolizes the “Pakku Amdavadi” (Gujarati: પાક્કું અમદાવાદી) concept, focusing more on the news and happenings in and around, or related to Ahmedabad.

About the Founder[edit]

Sambhaav first started in 1986 under the editorship of Bhupat Vadodaria, an award winning Indian Author with more than fifty books, a journalist and has held a position of authority in the Information Department of Government of Gujarat from 1982 to 1986.

Shri Bhupat Vadodaria has charted a path of balanced, non-provocative, non-partisan journalistic tradition and consistently pursued this against several odds. True to his Gandhian approach, he has motivated and created a new hope among the budding journalists of Gujarat.

Sambhaav Metro Portal[edit]

Sambhaav Metro with the right mix of local and business news along with religion, glamour, scoops and light reading material has become an ideal neighborhood newspaper that redefines Ahmedabad’s afternoons. The Gujarati tabloid is turning out to a city specific product with an elite look and approach that can be accessed conv

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