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Mymensingh Division was first created in 2015. Before that, it was included with the northern part of Dhaka Division. Mymensingh is the capital of Mymensingh Division. It has an area of 10,485 square kilometres with a population of 11,370,000. Mymensingh Division consists of four districts. They are:

  • Mymensingh
  • Jamalpur
  • Netrokona
  • Sherpur

According to the Ministry of Public Administration, Mymensingh is ranked 4 in district status. It is a major financial center of North Central Bangladesh.

Posora is the focal point of all Bangla newspapers. Here we have covered all the local printed and online Bangla newspapers from Mymensingh and their information. Hope you will find this article informative and entertaining to read.

History of Newspapers in Mymensingh

Mymensingh has a rich history of print media. Bharat Mihir was one of the oldest newspapers published in Mymensingh during the colonial British Raj. After the independence of Bangladesh in 1971, a lot of weekly and daily newspapers were published from Mymensingh. Banglar Darpan a weekly newspaper was first launched in 1972. In 1979, Banglar Darpan was converted into a daily newspaper titled Dainik Jahan. A woman’s monthly was also published from Mymensingh named Chandrakash for almost a decade. Some other newspapers published were Dainik Ajker Bangladesh and Dainik Ajker Khabar.

List of Local Bangla Newspapers in Mymensingh

Mymensingh has a good number of local Newspapers. These newspapers are published locally and provide the latest news of the local community and districts. They are:

  • Alokito Mymensingh 24
  • Ajker Mymensingh
  • Mymensingh Pratidin
  • Ajker Jamalpur
  • Loklokantor

Alokito Mymensingh 24

Alokito Mymensingh 24 is a very popular online Bangla newspaper published from Mymensingh. Alokito Mymensingh 24 provides news in different categories like National, International, Politics, Literature, Banking, Share Market, Economics, Agriculture and many more.

Ajker Mymensingh

Ajker Mymensingh is a very renowned online Bangla newspaper of Mymensingh. Some of the popular categories of Ajker Mymensingh are National Countrywide, Politics, International, International relations, etc.

Mymensingh Pratidin

Mymensingh Pratidin is the most widely read online Bangla newspaper in Mymensingh. With trustworthiness, reliability, and authenticity Mymensingh Pratidin has made a strong position among the readers.

Ajker Jamalpur

Daily Ajker Jamalpur publishes from Jamalpur one of the districts of Mymensingh Division. This newspaper has both a print version and an online version. You can find the latest news about entertainment, politics, international, business, science, technology, sports, movies, jobs, feature and many more in this newspaper.  

Loklokantor

Loklokantor was first published on 26 November 2014. This newspaper publishes from Mymensingh. It is one of the largest circulated daily newspapers in Mymensingh, and it is considered one of the best Bengali language newspapers of the Northern part of Bangladesh.

Well, these are the widely read and most popular local Bangla newspapers of Mymensingh. I will update this list from time to time with worth-mentioning Bangla newspaper of Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

Feel free to share your opinion regarding this article in the comment section and don’t forget to mention any local newspaper name that I might have missed to enlist here.

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