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Unish Kuri [19-02-2014] HQ

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Bangla Magazine Unish Kuri [19-02-2014]. Unish Kuri, which literally means "Nineteen twenty", targeted at teens and young adults, is one of the youngest fortnightly magazines published from ABP Ltd, publishers of Anandabazar Patrika and The Telegraph, of Kolkata, India, that took off as a new division, or wing of Anandamela, the 33 year old legendary children's magazine published in Bengali. It is published from 6 Prafulla Sarkar Street, Kolkata 700001.


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