Bangladeshi All Magazines and Journals in One Place

Bangladeshi All Newspapers


Bangla English All Newspapers In Bangladesh

Bangladesh has a vibrant media landscape with a wide variety of newspapers available for readers. Some of the major newspapers in Bangladesh include:-

  1. The Daily Star: This is one of the most widely-read English newspapers in Bangladesh and is known for its independent and unbiased reporting.

  2. The Daily Prothom Alo: This is one of the most widely-read Bengali newspapers in Bangladesh and is known for its in-depth coverage of national and international news.

  3. The Independent: This is a leading English-language newspaper in Bangladesh, known for its in-depth coverage of politics, business, and other important issues.

  4. The New Age: This is an English-language newspaper known for its progressive views and coverage of political and social issues.

  5. The Daily Ittefaq: This is one of the oldest and most respected Bengali newspapers in Bangladesh and is known for its in-depth coverage of national and international news.

  6. The Bangladesh Observer: This is an English-language newspaper known for its coverage of politics, business, and other important issues.

  7. The Daily Janakantha: This is a Bengali-language newspaper known for its coverage of national and international news.

  8. The Financial Express: This is an English-language newspaper known for its coverage of business, finance, and economic issues.

These are just a few examples of the many newspapers available in Bangladesh. There are also many regional and local newspapers that cater to specific audiences and areas of the country. Despite the growing popularity of Bangladeshi news websites, Bangla newspapers print versions are highly trusted. Related: Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Khulna, Mymensingh and Comilla newspapers… Bangladeshi newspapers where most visited page in Word Newspapers 24 majority From United States.

  • Prothom Alo  

  • It is one of the highest circulated Bangladeshi newspapers.
  • Kaler Kantho

  • Another popular Bangla newspaper circulated all over the country.

  • Jugantor

  • Daily Bangla newspaper providing quality news and information.

  • Ittefaq

  • Ittefaq is the oldest daily newspaper in Bangladesh. It is still popular among the readers.

  • Bangladesh Pratidin

  • With a huge readership, Bangladesh Pratidin is counted among the leading newspapers in Bangladesh.

  • Manab Zamin

  • Tabloid format newspaper based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

  • Samakal

  • Bangladeshi daily newspaper published in Dhaka.

  • Amader Shomoy

  • Broadsheet newspaper based in Bangla Motor, Dhaka.

  • Janakantha

  • Daily Bangla newspaper owned by Globe group.

  • Inqilab

  • Bangla daily broadsheet newspaper.

  • Bhorer Kagoj

  • Providing in-depth analysis on international news as well as local and regional perspectives.

  • Sangbad

  • One of the oldest newspapers in Bangladesh.

  • Noya Diganta

  • Bangladeshi newspaper was founded in 2004.
  • Jai Jai Din

  • Daily broadsheet, with latest news, headlines and analysis.

  • Manobkantha

  • Daily newspaper based in Gulshan, Dhaka.

  • Ajkaler Khobor

  • Daily newspaper published by Deshbandhu Group.

  • Ajker Patrika

  • Source for latest news, business, sports and entertainment.

  • Protidiner Sangbad

  • Daily Bangla newspaper.

  • Bangladesher Khabor

  • Providing Bangla news headlines and stories.

  • Bangladesh Journal

  • Bangla newspaper published from Dhaka.

  • Amar Sangbad

  • Dhaka based Bangla-language newspaper.

  • Vorer Pata

  • Breaking news, sports, entertainment and more.

  • Khola Kagoj

  • Bangla newspaper, with business, lifestyle, and sports news.

  • Sangram

  • Featuring sports, business, culture, education, and more.

  • Protidiner Bangladesh

  • Bangla daily newspaper is published on January 8th, 2023. This is a 16-page newspaper.


Bangladeshi News Sites

In Bangladesh there are thousands of Bangla news sites constantly providing updated news and information. bdnews24, bd24live, banglanews24 and Bangla tribune are the largest Bangla news sites.

  1. Bangla Insider

  2. Daily Bangladesh

  3. Go News 24

  4. ArthoSuchak Share news and information site.

  5. Sara Bangla

  6. Current News

  7. Odhikar

  8. United News of Bangladesh

  9. Bangla Telegraph


  11. BD Morning


  13. Bangladesh Times

  14. Desh Rupantor


  16. Share Bazar News



  19. Banglar Khobor 24

  20. Somoyer Konthosor

  21. Jagaran

  22. Amar Desh 24

  23. Purboposhchimbd



  26. Ajker Bazzar


  28. BD Times365


  30. SNN24


  32. Prime News BD

  33. Dhaka Today

  34. Gonokantho

  35. Fair News Service


  37. Uttaradhikar 71 News

  38. NBS (Bangla)


  40. Fulki

  41. Hazarika Pratidin

  42. Dhaka News 24


  44. Amader Protidin


  46. Projonmo Kantho

  47. Hawker (Dhaka)

  48. Natun Barta

  49. BD Today 24


  51. Bajroshakti

  52. United News 24


  54. BD Law News

  55. Bangladesh Online 24


  57. Bangladesh Business News

  58. Dhaka Protidin



  61. Sorejomin Barta



  64. Alokito Protidin

  65. Prothom Khabor


  67. BD Report 24

  68. Barta Bangla


  70. Notun Khobor

  71. Children Voice

  72. Agni Shikha

  73. Uttaran Barta


  75. Arthoniteer Kagoj


  77. Bangla News Line

  78. Latest BD News


  80. Dhaka Times

  81. Share Biz

  82. Dhakar Dak

  83. Sangbad Konika

  84. Sheer Shasangbad

  85. Live Press24

  86. Janatar News

  87. Bahumatrik

  88. Shotto bani



  91. Lakhokantho

  92. Samajer Katha














  106. BD Bulletin

  107. Bank Bima Shilpa

  108. Dinlipi News

  109. Manchitro News


  111. Bijoyer Bangla

  112. Bangla Darpan

Regional Newspapers in Bangladesh

Most of the national daily newspapers in Bangladesh are published in Dhaka. Other big cities including Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Khulna, Mymensingh and Comilla also published few daily newspapers. However almost all other cities have at least one local print newspaper as well as Bangla news websites. A local or regional newspaper serves a region and plays an important role in the local communities.

  1. Amader Barisal

  2. Ajker Barta

  3. Barisal Times 24

  4. Bhola News

  5. Barisal Today

  6. Surjalok News

  7. Uttor Bangla

  8. Deshkal

  9. Janata

  10. Bonik Barta (Dhaka)

  11. Rudra Barta (Shariatpur)

  12. Swadesh Sangbad

Bangladeshi Newspapers in English

During the past three decades, the number of English-language newspapers in Bangladesh has been increasing because of literacy and economic growth. Regular sections of the newspapers are opinion/editorial, politics, business, sports, education, and entertainment.

  1. Daily Star

  2. Largest circulated English-language newspaper in Bangladesh. The Daily Star is the member of Asia News Network (ANN).

  3. Independent

  4. National daily newspaper, published from Dhaka.

  5. Dhaka Tribune

  6. Daily newspaper based in Dhaka.

  7. New Age

  8. Leading English language newspaper published in Bangladesh.

  9. Daily Sun

  10. Bangladeshi daily newspaper, founded in 2010.

  11. Financial Express

  12. Leading source of financial and business news.

  13. Observer

  14. Daily newspaper published since 2011.

  15. Bangladesh Today

  16. Bangladeshi English-language newspaper.

  17. Asian 

  18. Age Providing latest breaking news, features, analysis and more.

  19. New Nation

  20. Prothom Alo English

  21. Energy BanglaEnergy, environment and electricity news.

  22. Good Morning

  23. Bangladesh Post

BD News Agencies

  1. Bangladesh National News Agency (BSS)
  2. BSS is the national news agency of Bangladesh. It was founded in January 1, 1972. BSS has correspondents in all 64 districts of the country.

  3. United News of Bangladesh (UNB)
  4. It is a private sector news agency.
  5. Eastern News Agency (ENA)
  6. ENA is a privately-owned news agency in Bangladesh.
  7. News Network of Bangladesh (NNB)


Bangladesh, to the east of India on the Bay of Bengal, is a South Asian country marked by lush greenery and many waterways. Its Padma (Ganges), Meghna and Jamuna rivers create fertile plains, and travel by boat is common. On the southern coast, the Sundarbans, an enormous mangrove forest shared with Eastern India, is home to the royal Bengal tiger. ― Google