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Tamil Language Newspapers
There are nearly six newspapers printed in Tamil from Tamil Nadu.
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 Tamil Language NewspapersThere are nearly six newspapers printed in Tamil in Tamil Nadu. They are as follows,
Dina Mani is a Tamil daily newspaper owned by the Indian Express group.

Dina Malar is a Tamil daily launched at Thiruvananthapuram on September 1951.

Dina Thanthi was established by Adithanar, a pioneer in the media industry of Tamil Nadu and is a daily Tamil newspaper.

Dinakaran is a daily Tamil newspaper published from the important cities of Tamil Nadu.

Malai Malar is a daily evening newspaper in Tamil and is owned by Daily Thanti group.

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