Punjabi

List of highest circulated Punjabi Newspapers and associated ePaper portals. Ajit Jalandhar, Punjab Express, Jagbani, Punjabi Tribune, Media, e.t.c.


The Times Of Punjab

The Times Of Punjab

It is one of the leading newspapers in Punjab with extensive coverage on regional current affairs. It also covers news on International events, National affairs, Sports, e.t.c. Within a few years of it’s inception, it grew to become one of the leading publications in…
Daily Punjab Times

Daily Punjab Times

It is owned by PT Live Private Limited, a Jalandhar based publication company and is published in East Punjab. It is very accurate in providing Time-to-Time news updates which lead to the incredible success of this newspaper. The Editor-in-Chief, Baljit…
Punjabi Tribune ePaper

Punjabi Tribune ePaper

  It is a popular Punjabi language newspaper from ‘The Tribune’ house. This newspaper is one of the first to adopt latest technology like e-Paper and internet publishing. Infact, it even has Android and iOS apps for better reading experience.…
Jagbani

Jagbani

Click here to read the online version alternatively. It was established by Punjab Kesari Group in the year 1978 along with Hind Samachar. Due to it’s honest journalism and decent marketing, it stood out to be one of the popular…
Punjab Express

Punjab Express

It is yet another popular Punjabi newspaper. It is published as a fortnightly edition with numerous supplements for Students, Kids and Senior  Citizens. There has a been a sharp decrease in it’s circulation due to the rise in popularity of…
Rozana Spokesman

Rozana Spokesman

It is the second largest circulated Punjabi newspaper in the world. It is a daily edition now, but it started out as a weekly newspaper during it’s inception. It mainly publishes regional current affairs articles and strives for the welfare…
Daily Ajit

Daily Ajit

It is the world’s most popular and widely circulated Punjab Daily newspaper. It was initially started out as a Urdu Newspaper in the year 1941. However, after the partition of Pakistan, the headquarters were shifted from Lahore to Jalandhar and…