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TypeDaily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Publisher The New Indian Express Group
Political alignmentRight
Headquarters Tamil Nadu
Website www.dinamani.com

Dinamani is a Tamil daily newspaper. The newspaper was established in 1933 and is owned by The New Indian Express Group. The first edition was published on 11 September. It is printed and published from Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dharmapuri, Madurai, New Delhi, Tirunelveli, Tiruchirappalli, Vellore and Villupuram. [1] [ failed verification ]


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  1. Ammu Joseph, Kalpana Sharma (2006). Whose news?: the media and women's issues. Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd. p. 273.
  2. "'தினமணி கதிர்' இதழின் முன்னாள் ஆசிரியர் கே.ஆர்.வாசுதேவன் நூற்றாண்டு பிறந்தநாள்: குடியரசு துணைத் தலைவர், பிரதமர் வாழ்த்து". Hindu Tamil Thisai (in Tamil). Retrieved 29 October 2022.