Telugu News Papers Download Online 2020

Telugu News Papers Download: The newspaper is one of the best and effective media to convey the current events and information to the public. The information carried by the newspaper is diversified into several fields like politics, business and finance, sports, international events and politics, technology, weather forecast, and more.

In addition to current events, columnists express their views on public issues, current situations, and govt implemented schemes. Moreover, readers are allowed to make statements on certain events subject to terms and conditions by certain newspapers. India’s first newspaper is Bengal Gazette.

Newspapers also provide information regarding the latest movies and TV Shows being telecasted on streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and more.  

The First Telugu newspaper Krishna Patrika was started on 2nd February 1902 by freedom fighter Konda Venkatappaya and Narayana Rao as a weekly magazine. Newspapers are published daily, weekly, and monthly.    

Below is the list of Telugu News Papers:

  1. Eenadu:

Eenadu is the largest Telugu newspaper circulated in both Telugu speaking states Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. According to the Indian Readership Survey Q1 2019, Eenadu ranked at number fourth among the Indian daily newspapers with a total readership of 1,56,73,000. It was established by Ramoji Groups chairman Ramoji Rao in 1974. 

It’s available in metropolitan cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and New Delhi apart from Telugu speaking states AP and Telangana.  

It is now available online and can access it at https://epaper.eenadu.net/ for both states AP and Telangana.  

  1. Sakshi:

Sakshi is the second-largest Telugu newspaper after Eenadu circulated in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana with more than 1million copies according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation. YS Bharathi, wife of AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is the owner of the Sakshi newspaper. It has its news channel with the same name Sakshi.

It’s a daily newspaper published in metroPolitan cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore. It’s available online with all editions and district wise. 

It’s accessible online at https://epaper.sakshi.com/  


  1. Andra Jyothi:

Andrajyothi is one of the Telugu newspapers circulated across 21 centers of AP, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamilnadu. It is, as per the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), the third-largest Telugu newspaper.  The veteran journalist Vemuri Radha Krishna is the MD of the newspaper. It has its own Telugu news channel ABN Andra Jyothi and weekly magazine Navya.

Besides Telugu states, it has its presence considerably in states like New Delhi, Karnataka, Orissa, Chhattisgarh.

It can be accessed online at https://epaper.andhrajyothy.com/

  1. Vaartha:

Vaartha is the Telugu daily newspaper founded by Girish Sanghi. It’s claimed to be the first newspaper to avail of information technology. Vaartha newspaper was initially used to be the largest circulated paper and was competing with Eenadu and Udayam. It has today very few circulations after Eenadu, Sakshi, and Andrajyhothi.

It is accessible online at https://www.vaartha.com/


  1. Namasthe Telangana:

It is the daily Telugu newspaper published in Hyderabad, Telangana State. This newspaper was born out of Telangana separate state issue. It is owned by K Chandra Shekar, current Telangana Chief Minister under Telangana Publications Pvt Ltd.  It’s, as per India Today Survey 2017, the third-largest daily Telugu newspaper after Eenadu, Sakshi in Telangana.

This newspaper is available online at https://epaper.ntnews.com/


  1. Andhra Bhoomi:

Andhra Bhoomi is a Telugu daily newspaper covering both Telugu speaking states Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. This newspaper is run by Deccan Chronicle Holdings Limited.

It also has a monthly magazine called Andhra Bhoomi Sachitra Vaara Patrika. It is the Telugu version of the English newspaper Deccan Chronicle.

It is available online at http://www.andhrabhoomi.net/

  1. Andhra Prabha:

It is the daily Telugu newspaper owned by the Indian Express Group of Companies. It was started in Chennai in 1938 by Ramnath Goenkas’ Indian Express group. 

It is being circulated in metroPolitan cities Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Chennai, and Bangalore.

It is available on the internet and can be accessible at https://epaper.prabhanews.com/


  1. Prajasakti:

Prajasakti is a daily Telugu newspaper owned by the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Today it is being published at nine centers. Prajasakti also spelled as Prajashakti is borne out of the freedom struggle. It was published as a daily newspaper from 1945.

It is available online and can be accessed at http://epaper.prajasakti.com/


  1. Visalandhra:

Visalandhra is a Telugu daily newspaper founded in June 1952 in Vijayawada. It was born to make a separate state for Telugu speaking people. This newspaper’s earlier name was Prajasakti. It’s a substantial role in forming a state like Andhra Pradesh. It played a significant role in the Jai Andhra movement and opposing the Telangana movement.

The main objective of this newspaper was to reconcile all Telugu speaking people who were spread out due to the British rule.

This newspaper is available at https://epaper.visalaandhra.com/


  1. Surya:

Surya is a Telugu newspaper founded in 2007 by Surya Prakash Rao. It’s being published in seventeen cities in India. It covers state and national and international news.

It can be accessible at https://epaper.visalaandhra.com/


  1. Mana Telangana:

It’s a daily Telugu newspaper in the state of Telangana. This paper is available online.

It can be accessible at https://epaper.manatelangana.news/


  1. Nava Telangana:

Nava Telangana is a Telugu daily newspaper in Telangana state. It is published in 7 places in Telangana state. It is available online.

It can be accessible at https://epaper.navatelangana.com/

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