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Weekly paper 'Kaakai' goes online

Here is a piece of good news for the readers of Kaakai, a weekly newspaper in Bishnupriya Manipuri and Bengali published from Tripura. They can read their favourite newspaper now online. The web address is http://sites.google.com/site/kaakainei/.

The first issue of registered newspaper was published on 23rd February, 1986 and was printed at " PC Press "Dharmanagar and from the year 1990 the paper started printing at Star Press, Dharmanagar, North Tripura, India.

The newspaper came out fortnightly and later became a weekly newspaper in 1998. It is circulated to all over India and abroad in Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, US.

The publisher, owner and Editor of the newspaper is Anita Sinha.

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  1. I am 4m silchar but have spent few years in tripura 0 a really a good news. i am happy to hear this good news. I am reading kaakai.

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