Daily Desher Katha
Daily Desher Katha Type Daily newspaper Owner Communist Party of India (Marxist) Tripura State Committee Editor-in-chief Gautam Das Founded 1969 Political alignment Communist Language Tamil Headquarters Agarthala, Tripura Official website dailydesherkatha.com
Desher Katha was foundedd in 1969. The newspaper came under the severe attack launched on it the during the chaotic Congress-TUJS coalition regime.
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