Hosa Digantha (Kannada: ??? ?????) is a Kannada morning daily in Karnataka. "Hosa Digantha" has the literal meaning of "New Horizon". With its tag line Rashtra Jagrutiya Dainika, meaning "Daily for national awareness", Hosa Digantha is a newspaper with nationalist ideology. Vinayak Bhat Maruru is the Editor-in-Chief of Hosa Digantha which also features young reporter Chiru Bhat who was earlier with Samaya TV and Vishwavani News. Another well-known columnist and author Rohith Chakrathirtha also writes to the newspaper. Started in the year 1979, from Mangaluru, now has Mangaluru, Bengaluru, Shivamogga and Hubli editions.
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Vijayavani is a Kannada daily newspaper from Bangalore, Karnataka. Founded about 7 years ago over strong morals and the need to report the truth, the newspaper is spearheaded by Channegowda KN who is the editor-in-chief. The newspaper is owned by VRL Media Group Private Limited which is owned by Vijay Sankeshwar. It is headquartered in Hubli district, Karnataka. The newspaper is a daily publication available everyday in the broadsheet format. It gives news, views and commentary from the state and across the country. It covers national and international news, developments in business and economics, sports and feature articles among other newsworthy topics. It also has multiple specials covering regional movies and events published daily or weekly. Parallel editions are published in Mangalore, Hubli, Vijayapura, Mysore, Gangavathi, Chitradurga, Shivamogga and Belgaum, making it a popular daily in the state of Karnataka. The newspaper also has an epaper edition, which caters to the Kannada readers, across the world. It has gained widespread readership across the state over the years, owing to its strong principles, reporting genuinely and precisely.
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