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  • n. An evening newspaper


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evening +‎ -er


  • Karnataka government had arrested unlawfully, the editor of karavali ale , a kannada eveninger of coastal Karnataka and his wife on night of march 3rd.

    Communist party of India (Maoist)Karnataka

  • An eveninger, a tabloid, a week-end newspaper is for news and entertainment.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • I joined the FPJ Group (Free Press Journal, its tabloid-eveninger Bulletin and fortnightly, Onlooker) as Goa Correspondent; moved in like capacity to IE when

    Behind the News: Voices from Goa's Press

  • Chatrpati, the editor of a Sirsa-based eveninger, was shot dead in 2002.


  • Unidentified persons had thrown a petrol bomb on the office of Kannada Prabha, a prominent Kannada daily which had carried the translated version of Nasreen's purported article in its Sunday edition, besides stoning a local English eveninger here last night.


  • I recall how the eveninger The Mail maintained quality, untouched by tabloid sensationalism.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • But in December, she saw the photographs in an English eveninger, alongwith a report which said that the actor had given her Rs one lakh, out of compassion.

  • These functions have been covered in various eveninger newspapers of the Fatehabad area on 4 March and in various morning newspapers on March 5, where these newspapers have referred to the gross election code violations, he added.

    PunjabNewsline News

  • Boyle, whose film has just opened in cinemas across Britain to wide critical acclaim, told the London eveninger he was keeping his 'feet on the ground' as far as Oscar expectations went.

    India eNews

  • Kozhikode: Journalist and social activist Theruvath Raman, who set up the first eveninger in Malayalam, died today at a hospital here due to age related ailements, family sources said.

    Daily News & Analysis


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