The Sangbad (সংবাদ, The Daily Sangbad, Dainik Sangbad) is an Bengali language daily newspaper, founded in 1951 and published from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Its first owner was Nasiruddin Ahmad and its first editor was Khairul Kabir. During the 1950s and 1960s the newspaper expressed strong views opposed to the Ayub Khan government of Pakistan, and was accordingly repressed. Its offices and printing pressed were burned during the crackdown in March 1971, and it remained closed during the entire Bangladesh Liberation War.
The paper has been a fertile ground for radical thought and Bengali-language literature. It was the first Bengali newspaper to have a women's section. Notable contributors include: