Sanjevani

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Sanjevani
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Type Evening Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) B.S.Mani
Publisher B.S.Mani
Editor B.T.Amuthan
Political alignment Neutral
Language Kannada
Headquarters Bangalore, Karnataka
Circulation 4.25 lakhs daily
Website www.sanjevani.com
Free online archives epaper.sanjevani.com

Sanjevani is a major Kannada afternoon newspaper which has its headquarters in Bangalore, Karnataka.[1] It was started on 10 December 1982, thus completing 25 years in 2007. Sanjevani was the first South Indian language newspaper to be put onto the World Wide Web in the year 1998, and was chosen "No. 1 Kannada Newspaper" by a Microsoft survey in 2001.[citation needed] As of 2010, Sanjevani is published in 10 different centers in the state (Bangalore, Mangalore, Hubli, Gulbarga, Bellary, Raichur, Mysore, Davengere, Tumkur and Shimoga), becoming the first Kannada daily to do so. In April 2010, a mobile version of their website was launched.[2]

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  1. ^ RNI | Reg. No.KARKAN/2002/10091 | Name: SANJEVANI | Publication City: MYSURU | Link: http://rni.nic.in/registerdtitle_search/registeredtitle_ser.aspx
  2. ^ http://m.sanjevani.com

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