The Sunday Indian Bangla
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he Sunday Indian is the only news magazine in the world to be published simultaneously in 14 different languages. The languages include English, Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi, Assamese, Oriya, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi & Bhojpuri. Since its launch in October 2006, it has rapidly emerged as the preferred weekly news magazine for quality conscious and discerning readers across the country. Without any doubt, it is India's favourite news magazine!
April 2013: When the Samajwadi Party came to power in 2012, the elevation of Akhilesh Yadav as Chief Minister came as a bit of a surprise to most – the vote after all was for his father Mulayam Singh Yadav.............
March 24 2013: Departure of Hugo Chavez, Weapon Industry is growing, Bangladesh- Will it comeback on track ?, Biggeste festival for Hindus- Mahaprayag, many interesting articles and latest update of political and social changes ...
March 10 2013: Developments between India and Afghanistan , Over view of Social and political changes in India, Sports and entertainment personalities, Political unrest in J&K state, Afghanistan in 2014, Pulse of Theater, many short stories and articles...
February 24 2013: What’s Left? The Communists are becoming increasingly irrelevant in Indian politics. That's a tragedy, write Snehangshu Adhikari and Rajasekhara Panicker
February 10 2013: Man, Myth & Mystery
January 20 2013: 2012:Journeys Through anger, seizing the moment, Heard of koshal?, The Simmering Danger, The slow GDP burn, The Raging Bulls, Hurt and humiliated..
May 27 2012: A TSI expose reveals how ridiculously easy it is for terrorists to change mobile phones and identities.
May 13 2012: A fear-psychosis being instilled within the institutions that deal with knowledge and intellect in Bengal.
29 April 2012: childhood was lost from our feelings. on the eve of new year we try to touch our nostalgia.
15 April 2012: College Special
01 April 2012: Tale of tear: Nandigram It's been five year after villagers of Nandigram are the victim of politics. Who promise to wipe their tear, Mamata Banerjee went there...
March 18 2012: The Sunday Indian Bangla March 18 2012
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