Sakal (Marathi: सकाळ, meaning "morning") is a Marathi language newspaper based in Pune,Maharashtra, India. The paper was the foundation publication of the Sakal Media Group. Its present circulation is approximately 1400,000 copies per day, mainly in Maharashtra. It is published in Pune, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Nashik, Aurangabad, Solapur, Nagpur, Satara, Amravatiand Jalgaon. Sakal was founded by Nanasaheb Parulekar and began circulation on January 1, 1932. Pratap G. Pawar is the present chairman of the Sakaal Media Group and also the Vice - President of WAN (World Association of Newspapers). Abhijit Pawar is managing director. The concern's other operations consist of regional newspapers, magazines and internet publishing, together employing over 2000 people, publishing around ten million copies per week and claiming to reach an online audience of more than 3,500,000 daily through its website. Other publications include the English-language Sakaal Times (which replaced The Maharashtra Herald), Gomantak and Agrowon, a daily dedicated to agriculture. - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sakaal Times is an English language daily newspaper published from Pune, India. It has recently been renamed as Sakàl Times. It is published by the Sakaal Media Group, a media establishment in Pune whose flagship publication is the daily broadsheet Sakaal (in Marathi). The paper started its circulation in May 2008. The present Resident Editor is Mr Amitabh Dasgupta. The News Desk is headed by Mr Sharad Rotkar. Mr Kiran Dongaonkar heads the Reporting team. Mr Subhash Abooj handles the Special Features. Mrs Vrunda Juwale heads the Features section. The content is generated by the staff reporters, writers and photographers. Also some of the contents are sourced from news agencies.
There are three weekly supplements that are published along with the newspaper: Spice (Food, fashion, literature, motoring, travel); She (Women's issues and glamour); BigLeap (Career)
Moreover, several special supplements are published often.