The Telegraph Offices Address, Phone Number, Email, Website

Here we are sharing the complete contact details of the head / regional offices of “The Telegraph” Newspaper. So the readers seeking for the medium to contact this head office can have it from below where we are mentioning its full address, telephone numbers, fax number and email id. Have a look below.

The Telegraph is one of the daily English Newspaper of India. It is published by the ABP Group. It was started in the year 1982 in Kolkata, India. This newspaper is having a huge readership in the eastern part of India. The readers can also be in contact with “The Telegraph” and can share their ideas and views them. Here in this article, we are sharing the different modes of communication for contacting different offices of the “The Telegraph”.

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The Telegraph Head Office Contact Details

The Telegraph Head Office Address: ABP Pvt. Limited, 6 Prafulla Sarkar Street, Calcutta – 700001, India.

The Telegraph Head Office Phone Number: 033-22345374 / 033-2216600 / 033-22378000

The Telegraph Head Office Fax Number: 033-22253243(Advertisement)

The Telegraph Head Office Fax Number: 033-22253143(Corporate)

The Telegraph Head Office Email ID:

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The Telegraph Mailing Addresses

Now the readers want to write letter to “The Telegraph” and want to share their views, complaints, feedback, etc can mail their letters to the addresses we are sharing below and the readers should send their letter to their location’s mailing address.

Mailing Location Mailing Address
Calcutta 6 Prafulla Sarkar Street, Calcutta – 700001, India.
Jharkhand Shantiniketan Building, Second Floor, Main Road, Bistupur, Jamshedpur 831001.OrShree Gopal Complex, Fourth Floor,  Kutchery Road, Ranchi 834001.
Northeast ABP Pvt Ltd., 3rd Floor, Jupitara Palace, Bhangagarh, G. S. Road, Guwahati – 781005.

The Telegraph Regional Offices Contact Details

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“The Telegraph” is also having regional offices in some parts of India and below we are sharing each one of them with their location, full address, telephone numbers and fax number. Check it out below.

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Regional Office Address Phone and Fax Number
Calcutta Hindu Mutual House, 14, Madan Street, Calcutta 700072. 033-22345374
Chennai 74 Royapettah High Road, Chennai 600014. 044-28131278
Delhi Express Building, 3rd Floor, 9/10 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002. 011-23702170
Mumbai B2 Paragon Condominium, Opp. Century Mills, P.B. Marg, Worli, Mumbai 400013. 022-24962601
Bangalore 14 Madras Bank Road, 4th Floor, Bangalore 560001. 080-25588127
Hyderabad PTI Building, 3rd Floor, A.C.Guards, Hyderabad 500004. 040-23317147
Ahmedabad Apex Business Centre, 4th Floor, Devashish Complex, Ahmedabad 380009. 079-6460267
Siliguri 136/89 Church Road, Siliguri 734401. 0353-2539291
Guwahati ABP Pvt Limited. , 3rd Floor, Jupitara Palace, Bhangagarh, G. S. Road, Guwahati – 781005. 0361-2465550
Ranchi Union Club & Library (Annexe), Hazaribagh Road, Ranchi 834001. Email ID: 0651-2213941
Jamshedpur Shantiniketan Building, 2nd Floor, Bistupur Main Road, Jamshedpur 831001. 0657-2425128
Bhubaneswar Janapath Tower, Ashoke Nagar, Unti II, 4th Floor, Room No -409, Bhubaneswar 751009. 0674-2532737

The Telegraph Social Profiles

Below we are sharing the social profiles of “The Telegraph” Newspaper which include facebook and twitter page. The readers can follow these profiles and stay in connection with “The Telegraph”.

Twitter Page:

Facebook Page:

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The Telegraph Epaper:
Epaper of “The Telegraph” is also available on Internet. The readers can get all the news published on newspaper online by just visit the above mentioned link.

The Telegraph Advertisement:
For advertising any business with “The Telegraph”, the readers can follow the above  link as this link contain all the advertising related information of “The Telegraph”.

The Telegraph Feedback:
The readers can also write their feedback to “The Telegraph” and for that they just have to go to that link and can write and send it to the officials.

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The Telegraph Official Website:
Above we have mentioned the official website of “The Telegraph”. The readers can visit this website for any information related to “The Telegraph” and can also check out this website as the reference of the information shared by us in this article.

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  • Manas Nandi November 1, 2016, 7:43 am

    Dear Editor Mr Rudrangshu Mukherjee (Telegraph),

    Greetings to TTIS & you all…
    In reference to recent massage through the school VMS-Joka, regarding the News paper Young Metro of The Telegraph, which they stated compulsory for VMS Class VI too.
    But if you look back to the case of TTIS and my observations & concern to you (by e-mail) and the school regarding the Posters of Film Stars and the wrong business attitude of TTIS, which was also published in TTIS 1to7th Feb2015 edition, in a moulded form! Where I didn’t find any revert from your part! And also do find still Filmy Posters are On!

    If I look to the Subscription Form of Young Metro, I can find some graphics at the right bottom of it. Need to think, whether that graphics are suitable to the young students of Class VI to X.
    Whether that matches with the morality guidelines of School Editions and the Swami Vivekananda?
    I am not able to correlate The Telegraph’s morality with the morality of Swami Vivekananda!

    We all expect VMS to be special in these regards. As VMS and we along with VMS are trying to follow Swamiji from the core of our heart.
    Mistakes can happen but I believe we should have the maturity to resolve those by accepting the suggestions for the good cause!
    In the case of The Telegraph also, where Mr Suman like Journalists are looks to be the assets of news media!
    I don’t understand why you want so wicked ideas in these school editions too!

    There are Guidelines are frequently revised to address emerging concerns but can always be summarized in one sentence: “Don’t deceive the reader”.
    Here you are trying to attract your child readers/our children by publishing some attractive Filmy Hero/Heroine Posters! Even you say that you are getting demands of such posters from your child readers (those are our children only!). We can’t let you do so!
    Even in practicality no school newspapers are suppose to publish any posters in their any edition.

    Academic institutions like schools for general studies not suppose to force/make compulsory any other cultural branch by any order.

    In present scenario children are being polluted by many modernizations, some of those most of us didn’t notice even!
    So I again request you to stop such Filmy Posters (especially those who don’t have any social contribution towards our Nation).
    Request you to continue your school circulation leaving such concern which can lead children in desire healthy civilization.
    Hope you all further co-operate with us (parents) to lead our children towards a healthy desire civilization!

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  • AJAY KASERA November 25, 2015, 5:19 am

    Dear Sir,
    My wife Luxmi Kasera had paid for subscription through discount coupon. But we have not received any coupon till date. Please let me know when would this be available.

    Ajay Kasera

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