Akhbar E Mashriq Urdu Daily

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Language: Urdu
Editor: M.W. Haque
Publish from: Kolkata, Delhi, Lucknow, Ranchi, Bhopal, Srinagar...
Registered: Registrar of Newspapers for India
Empanelled: Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity
Akhbar E Mashriq -Kolkata Address: 12, Dargah Road, Park Circus, Calcutta 700 017
Kolkata Phone No.: +91 33-22901753, 22815157
Email: akhbar@rediffmail.com, mashriq92@gmail.com
Akhbar E Mashriq -Delhi Address : 6/267, Lalita Park, Laxmi Nagar, Delh-110 092
Delhi Phone : +91 11 22448464
Email: mashriq786@rediffmail.com, mashriq92@gmail.com
Akhbar E Mashriq Ranchi - Address : Ajmeri Tower, Opp: Gurdawara Maid Road, Tiwari Tnk Road, Ranchi - 834001, Jharkhand
Ranchi Phone : +91 9431105985
Email: mashriqranchi@gmail.com
Bhopal: 2, Sultania Road, Bhopal-2
Bhopal Phone : +91 9013631037
Email: advtmashriq@gmail.com, mashriq@rediffmail.com
Lucknow: House No. F-5089, Sector-11, Rajajipuram, Lucknow - 226 017
Lucknow Phone : +91 9013631037
Email: advtmashriq@gmail.com, mashriq@rediffmail.com
Asansol: 8, Arya Sarani, Hutton Road, Asansol -1
Asansol Phone : +91 9007950230
Email: advtmashriq@gmail.com, mashriq@rediffmail.com
Siliguri: 41, Rishi Arobindo Road, 1st Bye lane, Opp. Mihijam, Hakimpara, Siliguri- 734001
Siliguri Phone : +91 9007950230
Email: advtmashriq@gmail.com, mashriq@rediffmail.com
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Last Update: May, 2020
Brief Description about Akhbar E Mashriq Urdu Daily

Akhbar E Mashriq is Daily Urdu Newspaper. Akhbar E Mashriq is Multi Edition Newspaper Publish from Major City Delhi, Kolkata (West Bengal) and Ranchi (Jharkhand). All Editions are on internet as E-paper.

Akhbar-e Mashriq Urdu daily of Kolkata started its journalistic career twenty-five years ago when its first issue appeared on 25 April 1980. A peep into its past offers memories of bitter and sweet days and of trials and tribulations which pass before the eyes and mind like a slow motion picture. In those days Urdu newspapers in eastern India were virtually in stone age, containing three or four pages only, crude printing, and no direct source of their own. Under such conditions Akhbar-e Mashriq was unique among Urdu newspapers in the sense that from day one it was published in offset printing and held independent views, without toeing the line of any particular political party or group. More...

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