Samaja Epaper Online

Epaper Samaja

Samaja Oriya News Paper

Epaper SamajaSamaja Epaper: The Samaja is an Oriya language daily newspaper that is published from Cuttack, in the state of Odisha, in India. It was started in the year 1919. It is one of the oldest newspapers in this particular region. The founder of this newspaper is Utkalmani Gopabandhu Das who was a leading freedom fighter, great visionary, nationalist and active social reformer. In the present scenario, Samaja largely continue to wholeheartedly contribute to political, Societal, economic and educational growth and development of Orissa with a lot of perfection. It comes with a mass circulated achievement within the state. This newspaper has completed in a successful manner ‘Ninety Four’ years of its glorious publication in the open market.

The Samaja Newspaper and its epaper stand for high standards of authenticity, accuracy and the core value of journalism in each and every aspect. This epaper also covers features related to politics, business, trade, sports, lifestyle, women issues, entertainment, health, tourism and many more. In the best manner, online e-papers come with latest news today update. It is to be highly noted that Epapers online are most sought after by internet users for social awareness and general knowledge. This epaper online covers news items related to local, regional, state, national and international circuit. This newspaper online is most popular among Odisha communities living in South India and rest of India. The newspapers of this state face hectic competition amongst vernacular language editions. Among the epapers brought out in Oriya language, this epaper today is an instant hit among its readers.

Language: Oriya
Editions: Cuttack, Odisha, India
Frequency: Daily News Paper
Price: Free
Country: India
Registration: Not Required

1 Comment on Samaja Epaper Online

  1. Padma Charan kar // January 10, 2018 at 2:36 pm // Reply

    Vide 29/11/2017 Samaja,Front page,regarding 2nd Konark conserning Silpiguru Padmasri raghunath Mohapatra_aditya narayan temple. But What about the magnetically levitating sun idol of ancient Konarka,the glory of odisha? refer pt. Nilakantha Das,KONARKE poetry book,(ramachandi thare rati). Also youtube search “Magnetic Levitation”. Vide for imagination help.

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