The History of Tribune Newspaper

Founded in 1881, The Tribune is an Indian English daily newspaper published from Amritsar, Bathinda, Chandigarh, New Delhi, Jalandhar and Ludhiana. It is founded by Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia in Lahore and is run by a  trust comprising five persons as trustees. It is a major Indian newspaper with a worldwide circulation of 34427 and readership of 40000. In India, it is among the leading English daily for Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and the Union Territory of Chandigarh.

It is one of the leading Indian newspapers with a worldwide circulation. The Tribune features the latest national and international news, business, sports, entertainment, finance, health etc. It is a great platform for business and individuals to reach out to their target reader. The Tribune advertisements help in getting the maximum returns on investment. One can book any type of advertisements like matrimony, property, recruitment, business, service, obituary, remembrance, public notice, court notice, astrology etc in Tribune.

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 After the Partition, the first issue of the paper appeared from Shimla on September 25, 1947. A small printing press near the Ridge known as Liddell’s was available, which The Tribune trustees secured through the patronage of the Punjab government. A large bungalow ‘Bantony’ on the Mall was obtained for providing accommodation to The Tribune office and staff and some other employees, who occupied three rooms on the first floor. The Tribune began to function under difficult circumstances because of the small printing press, inadequate staff, and financial crunch.

The Tribune supported the central union government in its denial of the formation of linguistic states. Sardar Pratap Singh Kairon, the Chief Minister, Punjab (1956-1965) was opposed to the idea of forming states on linguistic principles. 

The Tribune, published from Ambala for about 21 years, had established for itself a commanding position in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. The trustees felt that the right place for The Tribune’s further growth and expansion would be Chandigarh, the newly built town and the state capital. This was going to be the third migration of The Tribune in its history.

The Tribune has its seven sister newspapers, i.e; Dainik Tribune, Punjabi Tribune, Chandigarh Tribune, Amritsar Tribune, Bhatinda Tribune, Jalandhar Tribune and Ludhiana Tribune. The Tribune has a supplement named Tribune classified plus which publishes all days in a week only in Chandigarh. 

Dainik Tribune and Punjabi Tribune are published all days in a week. Chandigarh Tribune, Amritsar Tribune, Bhatinda Tribune, Jalandhar Tribune are published only on Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday and Sunday are the publishing days for Ludhiana Tribune.

Classified text advertisements in Tribune newspapers are charged as per word. Charges vary From one paper to another. Classified display and display advertisements are charged as per sq cm.One can book Tribune advertisements through releaseMyAd by three simple steps:

  1. Choosing the edition and category,
  2. composing the ad creative with specific tools and,
  3. Selecting the publishing date and lastly payment.

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