The Statesman Epaper Online

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Epaper The StatesmanThe Statesman Epaper: The Statesman is regarded as one of India’s oldest English language daily newspapers. In 1875, it was founded in Kolkata by The Statesman Ltd. It is to be remembered that its headquarters is located at Statesman House, in Chowringhee Square, in Calcutta, in the state of West Bengal, in India. On the other hand, its national editorial office is located at Statesman House, in Connaught Place, in New Delhi. It is to be highly noted that it is a member of the Asia News Network. It has an average weekday circulation of around 180,000 copies plus the Sunday Statesman has a perfect circulation of approximately 230,000 copies.

In the long list of newspaper online and newspapers, The Statesman ePaper is broadly known for its clear presentation with apt high quality photos. In the society, epapers online comes with news today special features for its esteemed new and old readers. In the state of West Bengal, among the epapers in English language brought out, this particular epaper today has gained a unique status from the day of its launch in the open market. On the other hand, in an effective manner, online e-papers are gaining with much significance among the internet users. The Statesman epaper online can be easily accessed from the comfort of home or office by the readers.

Language: English
Editions: Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
Frequency: Daily News Paper
Price: Free
Country: India
Registration: Not Required

3 Comments on The Statesman Epaper Online

  1. i read statesman epaper daily

  2. Balasubramanian // January 21, 2017 at 4:47 pm // Reply

    in the mid-’70s thru’ end’80s i used to come down to Calcutta on vacation as my beloved Father was working in Brooke Bond India. We were residing @ Alexandria Court, Chowringhee Rd, CCA-20. during that slot of vacation, i read exclusively your newspaper, which i found not only quite fascinating but also came out with news, newsreports, features, etc. thereafter, when i migrated to Bom/Mum, your newspaper even today is not in such ‘circulation’, however, in mid-’90’s The Statesman occupied everywhere in Delhi/New Delhi. Sorry to mention, from end of ’90s, population of HT and ToI captured your place and now ToI is ruling the ‘kingdom’. this is a sad news for readers like me. i want your newspaper on the top. your building The Statesman at CP, ND, is one of the wonderful buildings not only of those times, even today!! no doubt at all. Balu email id
    Sat 21 01 2017 16:47 hrs

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