Bihar Newspapers

Read all Bihar Newspapers from Bihar, India at one place. We’ve a complete list of Bihar’s News Web Sites, Bihar Newspapers, Bihar ePapers, Bihar Magazines, Hindi & Urdu Newspapers, Bihar TV channels and News channels from Bihar, India. We have also added newspapers from Bihar’s surrounding areas.

Magnificent Bihar News

Magnificent Bihar

Bihar News Portal

Bihar News Portal

eSamaad Bihar News

eSamaad Maithili

Jagran Hindi Newspaper

Jagran Bihar

Dainik Bhaskar Newspaper India

Bhaskar Bihar

Bihar News Portal

Bihar and Jharkhand News

Patna Daily Bihar Newspaper

Patna Daily

Bihar Times Newspaper

Bihar Times

Janwarta Newspaper


Swatantra Awaz Newspaper

Swatantra Awaz

Sahara Samay Newspaper

Sahara Samay

Ranchi Express Hindi Indian Newspaper

Ranchi Express

Prabhat Khabar Hindi Newspaper

Prabhat Khabar प्रभात खबर

Times of India Newspaper

Times of India

Bihar’s Newspaper History:
Biharbandhu was the first Hindi newspaper published from Bihar. It was started in 1872 by Madan Mohan Bhatta, a Maharashtrian Brahman settled in Biharsharif. Hindi journalism in Bihar, and specially Patna, could make little headway initially. But once Hindi enlisted the official support, it started making a dent into the remote areas in Bihar. Hindi journalism also acquired wisdom and maturity and its longevity was prolonged. Hindi was introduced in the law courts in Bihar in 1880.

Urdu journalism and poetry has a glorious past in Bihar. Many poets belong to Bihar such as Shaad Azimabadi, Kaif Azimabadi, Kalim Ajiz and many more. Shanurahman, a world famous radio announcer, is from Bihar. Many Urdu dailies such as Qomi Tanzim and Sahara publish from Bihar at this time. There is a monthly Urdu magazine called “VOICE OF BIHAR” – which is the first of its kind and becoming popular among the Urdu speaking people.

The beginning of the 20th century was marked by a number of notable new publications. A monthly magazine named Bharat Ratna was started from Patna in 1901. It was followed by Ksahtriya Hitaishi, Aryavarta from Dinapure, Patna, Udyoga and Chaitanya Chandrika.[82] Udyog was edited by Vijyaanand Tripathy, a famous poet of the time and Chaitanya Chandrika by Krishna Chaitanya Goswami, a literary figures of that time. The literary activity was not confined to Patna alone but to many districts of Bihar.

Magahi Parishad, established in Patna in 1952, pioneered Magadhi journalism in Bihar. It started the monthly journal, Magadhi, which was later renamed Bihan.

Hindustan, Dainik Jagran, Aaj, Nayee Baat and Prabhat Khabar are some of the popular Hindi news papers of Bihar. National English dailies like The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Navbharat Times, The Telegraph and The Economic Times “(Mithila Today)” have readers in the urban regions.

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