The Milli Gazette
May 2010 Second Fortnight Front Page of The Milli Gazette
|Editor-in-chief||Zafarul Islam Khan|
|Headquarters||New Delhi, India|
The Milli Gazette is an Indian fortnightly English-language compact newspaper based in Delhi. Founded in January 2000, the newspaper describes itself as the Indian Muslims' Leading English Newspaper. In 2008, it started e-paper publication.
The Guardian, a British daily while quoting Gazette editor, Zafarul Islam Khan, described the Milli Gazette as "a newspaper widely read among India's 140m Muslims" and "an influential newspaper for Indian Muslims."' The Diplomat and The Citizen described the publication as the first English language Muslim newspaper of India.
With its 1–15 January 2010 edition, Milli Gazette completed its 10th year in publication. In 2011, Indian Express reported that the Milli Gazette is frequently cited by media houses on stories related to Indian Muslims.
- Indian Muslim media of 2008 TwoCircles.net, 02-11-2009, Retrieved 10-06-2010
- Ramesh, Randeep (27 November 2007). "Bangladeshi writer goes into hiding". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 September 2016.
- Ramesh, Randeep (10 February 2008). "Leading Indians campaign for exiled writer". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 September 2016.
- Jennings, Suzanne (22 June 2015). "Let's Celebrate Yoga Without Religion". Retrieved 22 September 2016.
- Diplomat, Sanjay Kumar, The (8 October 2015). "Murdered Over Beef? Muslims Are Under Siege in India". Retrieved 22 September 2016.
- Milli Gazette: Ten years of a community newspaper TwoCircles.net, 03-02-2010, Retrieved 10-06-2010
- Irena Akbar (15 December 2011). "Should Milli Gazette be allowed to die? - Indian Express". archive.indianexpress.com. Retrieved 22 September 2016.