The Khulna Division has a territory of 21643.30 square kilometers and is situated within 21°60′ and 24°13′ north latitudes and 88°34′ and 89°58′ east longitudes. On the north, it is bordered by the provinces of Rajshahi, Natore, and Pabna; on the south, it is bordered by the Bay of Bengal; on the east, it is bordered by the districts of Rajbari, Faridpur, Gopalganj, Pirojpur, and Barguna; and on the west, it is bordered by the state of West Bengal. The Sundarbans are found in this subdivision, including Satkhira, Khulna Newspapers, and Bagerhat in the south.
Khulna Newsprint Mills Limited was a newspaper firm and factory operated by the Bangladesh government. This was the country’s largest newsprint mill.
List of Khulna Newspapers and News Media
Purbanchalis Khulna Division’s most widely circulated newspaper. In Khulna in the Southwest of Bangladesh, the daily Purbanchal is widely circulated. The newspaper is based in Purana Palton and is printed in Dhaka. The first issue of this newspaper came out in 1974.
Khulnanchal is a broadsheet based in Khulna, Bangladesh. Khulnanchal’s headquarters are located in Khulna’s zero point. It is a dependable newspaper in the Southwest.
“দৈনিক প্রবাহ'” is the name given to the daily Probaha. Probaha is a Khulna-based publication.
Khulna r chichi
Khulna r chichi is a national weekly newspaper published in Khulna, Bangladesh. It was released for the first time in 2010.
Kolahol is a national Bangla newspaper published every week. It was released to the public in 1999.
Rajpother Dabi is a Khulna newspaper published as a daily evening newspaper. Its first edition was published in 1998.
Gramer Kagoj is a daily newspaper produced in Jessore. In 1999, Gramerkagoj began as a weekly publication. However, on December 22, 2001, the journal began publication as a daily newspaper from Jessore.
Satkhira News was the first newspaper to be issued in Satkhira. Satkhira News is a well-known and trustworthy internet news outlet.
Khulna Newspaper is the first electronic news publication from the city of Khulna. Khulna News is publishing news Science 2010. It is also a trustworthy media outlet.
Dhaka is home to the majority of Bangladesh’s national daily publications. Some national papers are also printed in Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Khulna, Mymensingh, and Comilla. On the other hand, almost all major towns have at least one local print newspaper in addition to Bangla news websites. A regional or local newspaper covers a specific area and plays a significant role in the community.