Front page of Sunaparant Ganesh Chaturthi 2007 magazine
|Founded||13 May 1987|
|Ceased publication||1 April 2015|
Sunaparant (Konkani: सुनापरांत,Sunāparānt) was a Konkani newspaper in Devanagari script.:p.164 Based in Goa, India, it operated from 1987 to 2015. It published a special magazine during the Ganesh Chaturthi annual festival. Sunaparant was started on 13 May 1987, after Konkani was made the official language on 4 February that year, after a prolonged struggle by Goans.
Chandrakant Keni, who was also editing Rashtramat, was the founder editor of the four-page Konkani newspaper started from Margao, the fort of Konkani movement. He was succeeded by Uday Bhembre and Raju Nayak, after which the black-and-white newspaper was shifted to the capital city of Panaji, with 10 pages and coloured edition in 2004. In Panaji, Sandesh Prabhudesai, Anant Salkar and Babali Naik were its editors.
- Noronha, Frederick (2008). Behind the news: voices from Goa's press. Goa1556. pp. 216 pages. ISBN 978-81-905682-0-3.
- End of an era: Sunaparant, Goa's only Konkani newspaper, shuts down after 28 years
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