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What is Eenadu?

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Eenadu is an Indian daily newspaper written in the Telugu language, and it has one of the highest distribution in the Indian states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Eenadu was founded in 1974 by Ramoji Rao from the city of Vishakapatnam. In its early stages, it struggled to gain popularity.

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Eenadu is ranked number six according to the 2012 Indian Readership survey among the regional languages dailies, and it has a total readership of more than five million people. The word "eenadu" in the Teluhu language is translated as "today." The newspaper began with a print order of only 4,000 copies; however, by 1976, 48,000 copies of Eenadu were in circulation. The newspaper expanded to Hyderabad in 1975.

Eenadu can be accessed online through Eenadu's e-paper distribution service, where readers can select newspapers based on their preferred district and date of publication.

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