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Udayavani
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TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)The Manipal Group
PublisherManipal Media Network Ltd. (MMNL)
Editor
  • Aravinda Navada
    (Editor, Manipal)
  • Balakrishna Holla
    (Editor, Bengaluru)
LanguageKannada
HeadquartersManipal, Karnataka
CirculationManipal, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hubballi, Gulbarga, Davangere
OCLC number801791748
Websitewww.udayavani.com
Free online archivesepaper.udayavani.com

Udayavani ("Morning Voice" in Kannada) is a Kannada daily newspaper with editions from Manipal, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hubballi, Davanagere and Gulbarga.[1] Launched in January 1970 by Mohandas Pai and T. Satish U Pai, Udayavani with a combined circulation exceeding 3,00,000 copies as per ABC Jun–Dec 2012[2] is widely read in coastal Karnataka. It has also substantial circulation in Bengaluru and other centers.

Background

Udayavani is published by Manipal Media Network Limited promoted by The Manipal Group – a diversified multi-industry conglomerate headquartered at Manipal, Udupi District, Karnataka.

Sister publications

Manipal Media Network Ltd. also publishes

See also

References

  1. ^ "Reg. No.17179/1970 Name: UDAYAVANI". RNI. Manipal.
  2. ^ "Home | Audit Bureau of Circulation". www.auditbureau.org.