Foreign Bangla Newspaper:
A wing of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), BBC Bangla was launched on October 1, 2011 as a leading and reliable open news platform for the Bengali people all over the world.
Anandabazar Patrika is the most popular Bangla language daily newspaper in India published from respectively Kolkata, New Delhi and Mumbai.
Since July 1954, Voice of America has been broadcasting programmes in Bangla language. Though, at the very outset, it broadcasted programmes as an experimental basis; VOA Bangla's regular broadcasting started from 1st January 1958 from Washington, DC.
Radio Voice Of Russia (Bangla Service) provides real-time news and information of Russia and international world from across the Globe.
Radio Tehran Bangla (also known as IRIB - Bangla Radio, or Iran Bangla Radio) is a part of Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) World Service.
China Radio International (CRI) started broadcasting programmes in Bangla-language since 1st January 1969. Apart from Bangla-language programmes, CRI Bangla launched its Bangla-language website on November 1, 2004.
Deutsche Welle Bangla, also known as DW Bangla, service was introduced in 1975.
Bartaman Patrika is the second (2nd) most widely read Bengali Daily, after Anandabazar Patrika, in India.
Sangbad Pratidin is a daily Bengali newspaper published simultaneously from Kolkata, Barjora, and Siliguri.
Aajkaal is a leading Bengali newspaper published simultaneously from Kolkata, Siliguri and Agartala.
Dainik Prantajyoti is the first Bengali daily newspaper of north east India. The Newspaper is published daily from Silchar, Assam.
A Bengali newspaper, Dainik Nababarta Prasanga is published daily from Karimganj, Assam. It was founded in 1986.
Uttarbanga Sambad is a Bengali-language newspaper printed simultaneously from Siliguri, Coochbehar and Malda.
Dainik Sambad (ISSN-0971-7153) claims as the largest circulated Bengali daily newspaper in North-East India.
Nilkantho.in launched on 21th September 2012 as an online news site from Kolkata.