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Jaya TV
Jaya TV is a Tamil language
Tamil language
satellite television channel based in Chennai, India. Jaya TV is also broadcast to the expatriate Tamil community via various media partnerships
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Kalki (magazine)
Kalki is a Tamil magazine published from Chennai, Tamil Nadu.[1] The magazine was established by Kalki Krishnamurthy, a popular Tamil novelist and Indian freedom fighter, in 1941.[2] The magazine is known for its publication of historic novels such as Ponniyin Selvan
Ponniyin Selvan
and Sivagamiyin Sabadham.[3] Kalki Krishnamurthy also edited the magazine,[2] which is published on a weekly basis.[3] During his term the magazine was much more respected due to its quality.[2] Mullum Malarum
Mullum Malarum
(authored by Umachandran), which won this magazine’s first prize in the silver jubilee novel competition was first published in this magazine as a serial, and later made into a hit Tamil movie of the same name starring Rajnikanth. References[edit]^ "But history will remain..." The Hindu. 11 June 2003. Retrieved 8 January 2016.  ^ a b c Amaresh Datta (1988). Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature. Sahitya Akademi
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Thinakaran
Thinakaran
Thinakaran
is a daily Tamil newspaper in Sri Lanka. It is published by Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Limited. Its sister newspaper are Sunday Observer, Silumina, Dinamina
Dinamina
and Daily News. The daily newspaper has a circulation of 50,000 and its Sunday version, Thinakaran
Thinakaran
Varamanjari, 70,000 per issue.[1][2] See also[edit]List of newspapers in Sri LankaReferences[edit]^ Nakkawita, Wijitha (February 23, 2009). "DR, the true patriot". Daily News. Retrieved April 19, 2012.  ^ "Paper Advertising Rates". Daily News. February 28, 2012
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List Of Tamil-language Newspapers
Contents1 India1.1 Evening Newspapers2 Sri Lanka 3 Malaysia 4 SingaporeIndia[edit]Dina Thanthi தினத்தந்தி Dinakaran தினகரன் Murasoli Dinamalar தினமலர் Dinamani தினமணி Dinasudar TheekkathirEvening Newspapers[edit]Maalai Malar மாலை மலர் Malai Murasu மாலை முரசு Tamil Murasu தமிழ் முரசு (India) - Evening Daily Nellai Maalai Murasu நெல்லை மாலை முரசுSri Lanka[edit]Virakesari வீரகேசரி Thinakaran Thinakkural Uthayan Sudar Oli Tamil Mirror IBC TamilMalaysia[edit]Makkal Osai மக்கள் ஓசை Malaysia Nanban மலேசியா நண்பன் Tamil Nesan தமிழ் நேசன் Thina ThanthiSingapore[edit]Tamil Murasu (தமிழ் ம
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Virakesari
Virakesari
Virakesari
is one of the leading Tamil daily newspapers in Sri Lanka. It is the oldest and the largest circulated Tamil Newspaper
Newspaper
in Sri Lanka. Virakesari
Virakesari
is owned by Express Newspapers (Ceylon) (Private) Limited, a leading print and web media organization in Sri Lanka.Contents1 History 2 Online presence 3 Editors 4 Achievements 5 Foreign editions 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Virakesari
Virakesari
was founded by PPR. Subramanian in the first half of 20th century
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V. K. Sasikala
Vivekanandan Krishnaveni Sasikala, married name Sasikala Natarajan, is an Indian politician from Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
and Indian business person, who was the general secretary of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam.[5][6] She was a close aide of J. Jayalalithaa, the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, who headed AIADMK from 1989 until her death in 2016. After Jayalalithaa's death, the party's general council unanimously appointed her as the interim secretary general of AIADMK. She is the aunt of T.T.V. Dhinakaran. She was arrested along with Jayalalithaa on 7 December 1996 and was remanded to judicial custody for 30 days in connection with the Colour TV scam.[7] During Jayalalithaa's three tenures as Chief Minister, Sasikala was alleged to have laundered huge amounts of wealth amassed by Jayalalitha
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Uthayan
Uthayan
Uthayan
(Tamil: உதயன் Utayaṉ, English: Morning) is a Tamil language Sri Lankan daily newspaper published by New Uthayan Publication (Private) Limited, part of the Uthayan
Uthayan
Group of Newspapers. It was founded in 1985 and is published from Jaffna. Its sister newspapers is the Colombo
Colombo
based Sudar Oli
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Dinasudar
Dinasudar is an Indian Tamil-language daily newspaper that was started in February 1964 by Dr. B. S. Mani. It primarily targeted the Tamil audience in Bengaluru, Karnataka, with circulation reaching the Krishnagiri
Krishnagiri
district of Tamil Nadu. In the late 2000s it expanded to publishing from Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, as well. Dr. Mani also brought out first Kannada-Evening called Sanjevani. External links[edit]Official websiteThis article related to newspapers in India is a stub
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Thinakkural
Thinakkural
Thinakkural
is a Tamil newspaper published in Sri Lanka. It was founded by Pon Rajagobal, former editor of Virakesari
Virakesari
in 1997.[1] There have reported number of attempts to force the paper to stop its distribution in recent times.[1] See also[edit]List of newspapers in Sri LankaReferences[edit]^ a b "Sri Lanka: Tamil language
Tamil language
daily called "Thinakkural"; name of its Editor-in-Chief; whether he and his family experienced harassment, detentions and abuse by security personnel". UNHCR
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Makkal Kural
Makkal Kural is a Tamil daily newspaper, started in 1973 by M. Shanmugavel. This evening paper was famous for its explosive stand against Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) rule in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
at that time. The firebrand editorials of Shanmugavel and T. R. Ramaswamy were historic at that time. On seeing the popularity of this newspaper M. G
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Malai Murasu
Malai Murasu (Tamil: மாலை முரசு) is a Tamil evening daily newspaper in Tamil Nadu, India
India
by Ramachandra Adithyan. The current director is Kannan Adityan.[1] References[edit]^ Press in India, Volume 49. Office of the Registrar of Newspapers, India. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. 2004. pp. 259–60. This article related to newspapers in India
India
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List Of Tamil-language Magazines
The following is a list of Tamil-language
Tamil-language
magazines published across the world. India[edit]Name Tamil Name Language Frequency Publisher/Parent Company Established Circulation Notessigappunada சிகப்பு நாடா Tamil Weekly20 January 1970 (1970-01-20)PIONEER IN TAMIL INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISMAnanda Vikatan ஆனந்த விகடன் Tamil weeklyCinema Express சினிமா எக்ஸ்பிரஸ் Tamil Fortnightly The New Indian Express January 10, 1980Final Issue on February 16, 2016[1]Kalki க
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Nellai Maalai Murasu
Nellai
Nellai
Maalai Murasu is daily evening Tamil newspaper in Nellai, India. It is owned by Daily Thanti
Daily Thanti
group. It was founded by S. P. Adithanar and the current director is Sivanthi Adithan.v t eThanthi GroupKey peopleLate S. P. Adithanar Late Sivanthi Adithan S. Balasubramania AdithanTelecommunicationsAir Media NetworkLocal Television channelsAMN TV - Local Thanthi TVRadio stations Hello FM 106.4 Radio Salam - DubaiPublicationsDaily Thanthi Malai Malar Rani Weekly Rani Muthu Gokulam KathirEducational InstitutionAditanar College of Arts & Science Tiruchendur Dr.Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering Sivanthi Matriculation Higher Secondary School Govindammal Aditanar College for Women Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Physical Education Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Education Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Nursing Dr
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Tamil Murasu (India)
Tamil Murasu is a daily evening Tamil newspaper in Chennai, Salem, Coimbatore, Erode, Pondicherry, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Trichy
Trichy
and Nagercoil, India
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Theekkathir
theekkathir.in epaper.theekkathir.org Theekkathir
Theekkathir
is a Tamil newspaper ran by Toiling Masses Welfare Trust Tamil Nadu. Theekkathir
Theekkathir
is being published from Madurai, Chennai, Coimbatore
Coimbatore
and Tiruchirappalli.[1] History[edit] In 1963, Theekkathir
Theekkathir
was started as a weekly from Chennai
Chennai
with the fund collected by Coimbatore
Coimbatore
mill workers. Its first editor was Arputhasamy, fondly called as Appu. Theekkathir
Theekkathir
was launched in 1966 at (Nadesan Road) Chennai. Its regular edition was launched in 1969 at Madurai
Madurai
and became a daily newspaper in 1971. The paper’s second edition started from Chennai
Chennai
in 1993. Its third edition started from Coimbatore
Coimbatore
in 2007
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Dinavartamani
Dinavartamani began in 1855 as bilingual in Tamil and Telugu with a separate edition of Telugu started in 1856. Dinavartamani was a weekly edited by Peter Percival
Peter Percival
and issued from Madras. Its Telugu edition in 1856 had a circulation of 700 copies
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