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It is owned by Jaijaidin Publication Limited. It was first published in late 80s as a weekly. It emerged as daily tabloid in Though, it was failed to gain popularity, which led it to become as a weekly in a short time. It again started publishing as a daily in Shafik Rehman is its founder editor. As a weekly, The Jaijaidin gained nationwide popularity during the late 80s due to its modern outlook and strong opposition against the military regime of Lieutenant General Hossain Mohammad Ershad.

At one point it was banned by the military government and its editor Shafik Rahman arrested. He was released after democracy was restored in and started publishing Jaijaidin again. Shafik Rehman lost the editorship of Jaijaidin in Apart from that, Jaijaidin was the first Bangladeshi news publication to have its own website. Another key achievement of Jaijaidin is that it introduced Reader's Poll for the first time in Bangladesh.

Jaijaidin first implemented the idea of Reader's Poll to elect the most popular performing artists. The Daily Jaijaidin publishes news mainly focused on Bangladesh. It also features International news.

Its regular contents features entertainment news and gossips, business and economy related news, ICT and Science related articles such as News, Tips and product price , sports news and analysis, lifestyle and fashion, travel, agriculture related news and advice, career related news and tips, knowledge and educational articles, health and fitness related features, environmental issues and more.



In Bangladesh, Jaijaidin was published and edited by Shafik Rehman , [1] but he lost the editorship of Jaijaidin in for his stand against a military-backed government. Kazi Rukanuddin Ahmed is now the acting editor. It used to be published as a weekly [3] until mid, at which point it became a daily. It came into fame during the s because of its modern outlook and strong stance against the military ruler Hossain Mohammad Ershad.


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