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About Uttarbanga Sambad

Uttar Banga Sambad

Established in 1980, Uttar Banga Sambad was the first daily newspaper in West Bengal to be published from outside Kolkata. It was soon accepted as the mouthpiece of North Bengal and today Uttar Banga Sambad has emerged as the largest circulated newspaper in North Bengal.

Read by more than 15 lakh readers everyday (Source: Indian Readership Survey 2009) Uttar Banga Sambad is today being printed simultaneously from Siliguri, Coochbehar and Malda.

Uttar Banga Sambad is the top ranked and largest circulated Bengali Newspaper in North Bengal. Uttar Banga Sambad Patrika has reached the sky-level with their first Edition that covers the information and demands of Siliguri region of Northern West Bengal.

After the enormous success and positive response & feedbacks from the viewers, Uttar Banga Sambad Patrika has started to publish two more editions - Coochbehar Zilla Edition of Uttar Banga Sambad Newspaper and Malda Zilla Edition of Uttar Banga Sambad Patrika.

Fast growing and most circulated Bangla News paper of North Bengal, Uttar Banga Sambad (in English ' North Bengal News ') has taken the major part in Print Media Market of North Bengal with their recent installation of hi-speed 4-Color web-offset Presses in North Bengal Region for the publication of Uttar Banga Sambad Patrika

Editions of UBS Group

Today the UBS group consist of apart from the flagship Uttar Banga Sambad

All India Appointment Gazette - an English weekly newspaper on employment and career opportunities

Tathya Kendra - a Bengali family magazine

Sambad - a Bengali daily newspaper being published from Bardhaman having more than 6 lakh readers (Source: Indian Readership Survey 2009) in the Durgapur Asansol Industrial belt.