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The Milli Chronicle is an English language digital news publication based in EnglandUnited Kingdom. It features original reporting, world news, analysis and op-ed columns. It primarily focuses on MENA affairs. The motto of The Milli Chronicle is “Factual Version of a Story”. It was launched in 2018 as a non-profit digital journalism project.


Zahack Tanvir founded The Milli Chronicle on 22 September 2018 as an online newspaper in the English language. On 18 October 2021, the publication was formally registered in England[1][2]. Zahack holds Engineering Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Osmania University India. Zahack earned Post-Graduate Diploma in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI-ML) from IIIT India in February 2022. Zahack also holds a Diploma in Journalism from London School of Journalism, and he completed an extensive counterterrorism certificate program (MOOC) from the University of Leiden Netherlands.


The England-based digital news publication The Milli Chronicle is part of the Milli Chronicle Media Limited[3]. Zahack Tanvir is the Director and Founder of Milli Chronicle[1]. Currently, Milli Chronicle is a self-funded project. is part of Milli Chronicle Media Limited[3]. employs the slogan “Factual Version of a Story”. Articles are digitally published on the website.


The Milli Chronicle’s content ranges from daily news update, politics and finance to sports and social events. It is also a dedicated platform for Counter Extremism[1].

The content of the publication is for the readers with the provisions of “fair use” in order to help them with better insights of politics, economics, and socio-religious issues. Milli Chronicle also publishes free content which is contributed independently. It also republishes content with due credits for public awareness .

Milli Chronicle is also known for promoting Muslim-Jewish dialogue[2][4].

Some of the Milli Chronicle’s distinguished articles were cited by international authors.

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