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English Newspapers Circulated in Goa
The Navhind Times Navhind Times is the first English newspaper of Goa - first published in 1963 immediately after liberation from Portuguese Rule.The Navhind Times is a division of the Dempo Industries Pvt Ltd, a Dempo Group company.

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Herald Newspaper Herald, Goa’s oldest newspaper, is today also by far the largest-selling daily English newspaper in the State and the most widely read with a reputation for being fiercely independent. Established as a Portuguese language newspaper in the year 1900, its English avatar took birth in 1983.

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Goan Observer Goan Observer is the only independent media organisation in Goa which has the courage to reflect the grievances of ordinary Goans. Goan Observer is able to report news and carry views which other media organisation will not publish because Goan Observer is a non profit organisation committed to the interest of Goa and Goans.

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The Goan The new Goa, with a broader profile of people from different parts of India and the world, needs not just a strong local paper but a complete paper. The Goan on Saturday will connect to and be a viable and comprehensive read for locals, other Indians in Goa, NRI and foreigners.

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Goa Streets

Goa Streets is an alternative news & entertainment weekly review that delivers a not-to-be-missed sketch of what to do, see, eat and experience in Goa. Goa Streets also provides world-class journalism characterized by edgy, lively writing and honest reporting.

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Lokmat Times

‘Lokmat’ is the largest read regional language newspaper in India with 23.5 million readers (Source: Total Readership, IRS ’12 Q4) and the No. 1 Marathi newspaper in Maharashtra & Goa states with 11 editions and a circulation of 1.45 million copies.

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Marathi Newspapers Circulated in Goa

Tarun Bharat

Tarun Bharat is one of the most famous Marathi Newspaper in Goa. It has its main circulation office in Belgaum.

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Gomantak Times is one of the most seeked newspaper of Goa. The word "gomantak" is originated as the former name of Goa.

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Lokmat launched its Goa edition (Marathi) primarily for the Marathi-speaking population of north and north-east Goa. Lokmat also caters to the Marathi speaking population outside Maharashtra.

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Nav Prabha

Navprabha Newspaper was launched in 1970 and its among the top circulated Marathi newspaper in Goa atleast. This is among the best editorial pages and it features best Goa based writers. The current editor is Mr. Paresh Lord.

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Dainik Herald

Dainik Herald, the daily Marathi newspaper from the Herald Group launched in 2012, has in a short span of time become the choice of decision-makers and the emerging Marathi-reading middle class in Goa. Dainik Herald has established its credibility and has emerged as a significant voice that nobody with a stake in Goa can afford to ignore.

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Goa Doot

Goa Doot, the daily Marathi newspaper was launched on 22 May 2005 by Abhinav Publishers (Goa) Private Limited and within a short span of time it has become a household name in Goa. A newspaper ‘of the people , by the people and for the people, Goa Doot is the only newspaper fully owned, managed and committed to the interest of Goans.

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Lokmat Samachar

Lokmat launched its Goa edition (Marathi) primarily for the Marathi-speaking population of north and north-east Goa. Lokmat also caters to the Marathi speaking population outside Maharashtra.

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Konkani Newspapers Circulated in Goa

Vauraddeancho Ixtt

Vauraddeancho Ixtt (Workers' Friend) is a Goan weekly magazine in Romi Konkani. It has been published continuously since 1933 and is one of the oldest publications in the state.

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Magazines Circulated in Goa

Planet Goa

Planet-Goa is your ultimate best mate to navigate Goa and ensure that you make the most of your holiday! So sit back, relax, soak in the sussegad vibe and let us take you for a spin.

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Viva Goa

Viva Goa contains articles on people, art, travel, cuisine, architecture, and also on legal aspects. Viva Goa produced under Advertising Associates is a monthly magazine and has articles written by some well-known celebrities.

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Business Goa

Business Goa is Goa's first and only business magazine dedicated to industry, trade and commerce. Launched in July 2009 by Savoir Faire Media, the magazine has managed to capture the imagination of everyone who is connected to business in Goa and beyond.

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National Newspaper Circulated in Goa

The Hindu

The Hindu is an English-language Indian daily newspaper. Headquartered at Chennai (formerly called Madras), The Hindu was published weekly when it was launched in 1878, and started publishing daily in 1889.

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The Economic Times

The Economic Times (est. 1961), an Indian English-language financial newspaper published from 11 cities daily (Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Ahemedabad, Nagpur, Chandigarh, and Pune).

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The Times of India

The Times of India (TOI) founded on 3 November 1838 is an Indian English-language daily newspaper. According to Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has the largest circulation among all English-language newspapers in the world, across all formats (broadsheet, tabloid, compact, Berliner and online).

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Radio Channels in Goa  
BIG FM 92.7
Radio Mirchi 98.3
FM Rainbow
Radio Indigo Goa
All India Radio
Big FM 92.7
Radio Mirchi Goa
FM Rainbow Goa
Radio Indigo Goa
All India Radio Panaji
TV Channels in Goa  
Prudent Media
Goa 365
Digital Goa
Doordarshan Panaji
Prudent Media Goa
Goa 365
Digital Goa
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