अर्जेंटीना एक देश है, जो साऊथ अमेरिका महादीप में स्तिथ है लेकिन आज हम आपको समाचार पत्रों के बारे में बता रहे हैं, जो हमें देश या राज्य की ख़बरों और समय से संबंधित ख़बरों से परिचित कराते हैं।
Ámbito Financiero is an Argentine newspaper founded on December 9, 1976 by economist Julio A. Ramos. It was initially sold in downtown Buenos Aires, covering mainly the daily prices of the U.S. dollar, gold, stocks, etc., and included other editorials.
The newspaper became successful, making it a reliable source of reference to investors and operators of the city. Ámbito Financiero was acquired by Orlando Vignatti in 2008.
अर्जेटिनाइजेज टागब्लाट अखबार
Argentinisches Tageblatt (literally "Argentine Daily") is a German-language weekly newspaper published every Friday in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
ब्यूनस आयर्स हेराल्ड अखबार
The Buenos Aires Herald was an English language daily newspaper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina from 1876 to 2017. Its slogan was A World of Information in a few words.
Clarín (Spanish pronunciation: [klaˈɾin], meaning "Bugle") is the largest tabloid newspaper in Argentina, published by the Grupo Clarín media group. It was founded by Roberto Noble on 28 August 1945 in Buenos Aires. Its director since 1969 was Ernestina Herrera de Noble.Clarín is part of Periódicos Asociados Latinoamericanos (Latin American Newspaper Association), an organization of fourteen leading newspapers in South America.
Crónica is a newspaper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Founded on July 29, 1963, by publisher Héctor Ricardo García, it became well known for its oversized headlines and yellow press approach; as García explained: "we needed a strident daily, with large and shocking headlines, like the kind one sees in Central America, because our papers were too placid."
Crónica, which had reached a daily circulation of 800,000 and rivaled Clarín as the nation's leading news daily, was shuttered by President Isabel Perón in 1975, and though it was reopened in 1977, it never regained its former prominence. Crónica, whose logo is Firme junto al pueblo ("Firmly with the people"),
is published with three editions: morning, evening and night, and its average daily circulation in 2006 was 58,432.
डायारियो डेमोक्रेसी अखबार
Diario Democracia is a Spanish Language daily newspaper published from Junin, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. It was founded in October 1931 by Moses Lebensohn.
Diario Norte is a local daily newspaper published in Resistencia, Argentina.
Norte was established in 1968. The publication was purchased in 1972 by anchorman Juan Carlos Rousselot, who persuaded his brother, Ricardo, to join him from Chicago. In March 1976 coup, the edition was seized, and increasing political pressure from the Military Junta was applied to the owner and the journalist that work for Norte. On April 19th, 1977, and after a series of publications with complaints about the destiny of about U$D70 million of the official bank under the control of local authorities in the Province, Rousselot was arrested and his newspaper was illegally placed under provincial intervention. Its subsequent purchase by Editorial Chaco in 1978 was alleged in a 1996 lawsuit by Rousselot to have been paid with the Norte's own profits, and at far below its market value. In this first instance, the Supreme Court of Argentina start the revision of the case, accepting Rousselot's arguments and sending the case back to the Supreme Court in the Province of Chaco "disqualifying, for arbitrary vices" the previous legal instances that do not take in count the real value of the newspaper, among other issues . The case return to the lower instances but none of the arguments were taken, again, in the count. Rousselot makes then a new suit, that takes 5 more years to reach again the higher Court. What happened after that was extremely rare: The suit was declared "abstract" by the Supreme Court of Argentina in 2001 after a controversial decision since the Court does not enforce its own previous decision to enforce the revision of the case.
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Diário Popular was a Portuguese language daily newspaper published in Lisbon, Portugal, between 1942 and 1990.
El Ancasti is a local daily newspaper published in San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, Argentina.
El Ancasti was founded on July 8, 1988, and like the town of the same name, was named for a Cácan term referring to the Andes that dominate Catamarca Province.El Ancasti became Catamarca's leading news daily, eclipsing La Unión, established in 1928. The newspaper would later maintain a conflicted relationship with Governor Arnoldo Castillo and his son and successor, Oscar Castillo, whose administrations initiated numerous lawsuits against the daily and withdrew advertising.
El Cronista (Spanish: The Reporter) is a daily business newspaper published in Buenos Aires, Argentina.It was founded by Martin Giménez Antonio and first published as El Cronista Comercial on November 1, 1908. In 1989 the name was changed to El Cronista.It was the first business daily newspaper in Argentina. In 1994, it was the first newspaper in Argentina to publish online.It is published by Unidad Editorial.