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In India, The Times of India is the largest-circulation English newspaper, with 3.14 million copies daily. According to the 2009 Indian Readership Survey, the Dainik Jagran is the most-read, local-language (Hindi) newspaper, with 55.7 million readers.
Navjivan India is an Indian newspaper published by The Associated Journals Ltd who began publishing the daily Navjivan on 1 November 1947. Earlier, a newspaper called Navjivan was published by Mohandas Gandhi, therefore with his permission, The Associate Journals started publishing Navjivan.
Founded on 4 Aprail 2004 From Quetta balochistan. Online (digital) publication started in 2011. 4 The Dayspring Weekly English, Islamabad Launched on 1 November 2018 Pakistan first youth centric news agency independent newspaper of Dayspring Media 5 Pahenji Akhbar (Sindhi پيهنجي اخبار ) Daily Sindhi
Media of India. The Indian media consists of several different types of communications of mass media: television, radio, cinema, newspapers, magazines, and Internet-based Websites/portals. Indian media was active since the late 18th century. The print media started in India as early as 1780. Radio broadcasting began in 1927.
This is a list of online newspaper archives and some magazines and journals, including both free and pay wall blocked digital archives. Most are scanned from microfilm into pdf, gif or similar graphic formats and many of the graphic archives have been indexed into searchable text databases utilizing optical character recognition (OCR) technology.
1947. ( 1947) Headquarters. Lahore, Pakistan. Al-Islah ( Urdu: الاصلاح ) was an Urdu language official weekly newspaper of the Khaksar movement. It was started in 1934 by the founder of the movement, Allama Mashriqi and continued until it was banned 1947. It was printed and distributed from Lahore, India, and contained Mashriqi's ...
"History, Historians and of the Writing of Print and Newspaper History in the UK c. 1945–1962," Media History (Special Issue: The Historiography of the Media in the United Kingdom) (2012) 18#3-4, DOI: 10.1080/13688804.2012.723492