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  2. The Standard (Kenya) - Wikipedia

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    The newspaper was established as the African Standard in 1902 as a weekly by Alibhai Mulla Jeevanjee, an immigrant businessman from British India. In 1905 Jeevanjee sold the paper to Maia Anderson and Rudolf Franz Mayer, who changed the name to the East African Standard.

  3. Daily News (Tanzania) - Wikipedia

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    The Daily News was the result of a forced merger of two papers. The Standard was first published as the Tanganyika Standard in January 1930 by the Tanganyikan East African Standard Limited. In 1967, it was taken over by a multinational London-Rhodesian Company .

  4. Kenya Railways Corporation - Wikipedia

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    On 28 July 2006 the East African Standard reported that the planned take-over was postponed to 1 November 2006. This operational take-over took place in November and was scheduled to last for 25 years.

  5. Daily Nation - Wikipedia

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    An English language edition called Daily Nation was published on October 3, 1960, in a process organised by former editor of the British News Chronicle, Michael Curtis. The publisher was East African Newspapers (Nation Series) Ltd, which later became the Nation Media Group with operations throughout the African Great Lakes region.

  6. Tom Mboya - Wikipedia

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    Sunday Standard. 11 July 2004. Lumumba information — that could have parted him with Odinga. "The Facts on Grant to American Students Airlift". Archived from the original on 29 October 2004. Includes Background Memorandum prepared by Senator Kennedy's Office, August 1960. "T.J Mboya – A Tribute to One of Yala's proud sons".

  7. Indians in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    In 1914 the East African Indian National Congress was established in Mombasa and was modelled on the Indian National Congress. During the First World War the militant anti-imperialist Ghadar Party established a branch in East Africa, and attracted support from a number of the Asian community.

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