Udayavani

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Udayavani
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TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)The Manipal Group
PublisherManipal Media Network Ltd. (MMNL)
Editor
  • Balakrishna Holla
    (Editor, Manipal)
  • Shiva Subramanya
    (Editor, Bengaluru)
Political alignmentRight wing
LanguageKannada
HeadquartersManipal, Karnataka
CirculationManipal, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hubballi, Gulbarga, Davangere
OCLC number801791748
Websitewww.udayavani.com
Free online archivesepaper.udayavani.com

Udayavani ("Morning Voice" in Kannada) is a leading Kannada Daily News Paper with editions from Manipal, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hubballi and Gulbarga.[1] Launched in 1971 by Mohandas Pai and T.Satish U Pai, Udayavani with a combined circulation exceeding 3,00,000 copies as per ABC Jun-Dec 2012 is widely read in Coastal Karnataka region. It has also substantial circulation in Bangalore and other centers. Over the years, Udayavani has been acclaimed for its quality content, unbiased journalism, extensive local coverage, neat layout and printing excellence. It has also got awards for good quality printing.[citation needed]

Background[edit]

Udayavani is published by Manipal Media Network Ltd. promoted by the Manipal group – a diversified multi-business conglomerate headquartered at Manipal, Udupi District, Karnataka.

Sister publications[edit]

Manipal Media Network Ltd. also publishes

  • Roopatara, a leading cinema monthly magazine, in Kannada
  • Taranga, a leading family weekly magazine, in Kannada
  • Tunturu, a illustrated children’s magazine, in Kannada
  • Tushara, a monthly magazine, in Kannada

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RNI | Reg. No.17179/1970 | Name: UDAYAVANI | Publication City: MANIPAL | Link: http://rni.nic.in/registerdtitle_search/registeredtitle_ser.aspx

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