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About Daily Bangla Newspaper

Find Daily Bangla Newspapers from All Bangla Newspapers24, here. Get breaking news bd and discover all Bangla newspapers including Kalbela, Jugantor Daily Star, Kaler Kantho, Prothom Alo, Ittefaq, Bangladesh Protidin, and many more. Thousands of daily newspapers are published in Bangladesh from the capital city Dhaka, besides other local popular newspapers from Khulna, Chottogram, and other cities.  

The 1st Bangla newspaper is the Azad published in 1936 and continued serving until 1992. With the changes of decades and the advancement of technology, thousands of Bangla newspapers are publishing news. Almost 100% of Bangla newspapers publish online newspapers through the website. 

Currently in consideration of circulation and popularity Daily Kalbela has become a more popular Bangla newspaper in Bangladesh. Other popular newspapers Like Daily Star, Jugantor, Ittefaq, and others do their best through news standards and ethical journalism positions. The highest directory of all Bangla newspapers is https://allbanglanewspapers24.com/. All Bangla newspapers 24 have the highest numbers of Bangladesh government-approved list of Daily Bangla and English Online Newspapers. Moreover, allbanglanewspapers24 regularly updates the list of government-approved online newspapers, and Bangla newspaper daily, news channels

Samachar Darpan (সমাচার দর্পণ ) is considered the first Bangla newspaper published from Serampore Baptist Mission. This first bangla newspaper was published as a weekly newspaper by the editor John Clark Marshman. In 1818 another bangla newspaper was published as a monthly newspaper named Dik Dorshan (দিগদর্শন ) by this same Serampore Baptist Mission. 

In the history of Bangladeshi Newspaper, Rangpur Bartaboho ( রংপুর বার্তাবহ ) was the first newspaper published in the Rangpur district; later of this, the first newspaper published from Dhaka is Dhaka Prakash (ঢাকা প্রকাশ ) published in 1861. 

In the very recent years of the history of Bangladeshi Newspaper, the Itteaf (দৈনিক ইত্তেফাক )was published in 1949 by Mohammad Khan and another prominent Bangladeshi newspaper was Daily Sangbad (দৈনিক সংবাদ) published in 1951. 

To become Bangladesh as an independent country, there is a great contribution and influence of bangla newspapers. During all the phases of the history of Bangladesh, bangla newspaper surmounted to be practicing freedom, the legal voice of the people. 

With the widespread of information and technology, Bangladesh has become a prominent Hubspot publishing bangla newspaper. In recent days of bangla newspapers prominent bangla newspaper like Daily Kalbela, Prothom Alo, Jugantor, Kaler Kantho, Amader Shomoy, Janakantha, Samakal, Manobkantha, Protidiner Sangbad, and others are very popular Bangla newspapers. Besides online bangla newspapers BBC Bangla, BD News 24, Bangla News 24, Bangla Tribune, Jago News 24, etc. are also popular in Bangladesh.