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An evening newspaper.‘interviews in a Mumbai eveninger’
newspaper, paper, tabloid, broadsheet, journal, periodical, weekly, organ, news-sheet, newsletter, bulletinView synonyms
- ‘Unlike the eveningers that would carry a huge banner headline that read ‘Veerappan Captured’ followed by a miniscule question mark, his tabloid carried lengthy stories, combining as much fiction as possible with facts.’
- ‘Ramachandra says that every time he bought a Kannada eveninger, a big crowd would flock around him for a glimpse of the news.’
- ‘He traced the old issues of Vijaya, an eveninger published between 1909 and 1910 from the National Library, Paris.’
- ‘They petition was filed in connection with publication of their ‘obscene’ pictures in a Tamil eveninger.’
- ‘Why has he spoken ill about you in an eveninger?’
- ‘Increasingly our English language papers are tending to become enlarged versions of eveningers of no relevance to how the nation is administered.’
- ‘Ironically the very same day, a leading Urdu daily, the sister publication of the eveninger, carried the story with a positive angle.’
- ‘The Bollywood star and the editor of the eveninger have been issued non-bailable warrants in the case.’
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