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''Bartaman Patrika'' is an Indian Bengali Bengali or Bengalee, or Bengalese may refer to: *something of, from, or related to Bengal, a large region in South Asia * Bengalis, an ethnic and linguistic group of the region * Bengali language, the language they speak ** Bengali alphabet, the wr ... daily newspaper A newspaper is a containing written and is often typed in black ink with a white or gray background. Newspapers can cover a wide variety of fields such as , business, sports and art, and often include materials such as opinion columns, wea ... published from Kolkata Kolkata ( or , ; also known as Calcutta , List of renamed Indian cities and states#West Bengal, the official name until 2001) is the Capital city, capital of the Indian States and union territories of India, state of West Bengal. Located on ..., West Bengal West Bengal (, Bengali language, Bengali: ''Paschim Banga'' ) is a States and union territories of India, state in the eastern regio ...
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''Bartaman Patrika'' is an Indian Bengali language, Bengali daily newspaper published from Kolkata, West Bengal, India, by Bartaman Pvt. Ltd. Apart from the Kolkata edition, the newspaper has three other simultaneous editions, published daily from three major towns of West Bengal: Siliguri, Burdwan, and Midnapore. ''Bartaman'' is the second-most widely circulated Bengali newspaper in India after ''Anandabazar Patrika''.. History The newspaper was founded on 7 December 1984 by Barun Sengupta, a former ''Anandabazar Patrika'' journalist. Sengupta died on 19 June 2008 at Kolkata. Since April 2002, ''Bartaman Patrika'' has published an online version. This Paper are always Print By TMC (Trinomul Congress) Related News. Competition ''Bartaman''s main competitor is ''Anandabazar Patrika'', published since 1922. ''Bartaman'' holds second position after ''Anandabazar Patrika'' in West Bengal, by readership and circulation; its daily circulation is roughly about 60% of that of ''Ananda ...
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