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  2. Hindi - Wikipedia

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    Hindi Modern Standard Hindi हिन्दी • Hindī The word "Hindi" in Devanagari script Pronunciation [ˈɦɪndiː] Native to India Region Northern, Eastern, Western and Central India (Hindi Belt) Native speakers L1 speakers: 322 million speakers of Hindi and various related languages reported their language as 'Hindi' (2011 census) L2 speakers: 270 million (2016) Language family Indo ...

  3. Syandan Patrika - Wikipedia

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    Syandan Patrika (Bengali: স্যন্দন পত্রিকা) is an Indian Bengali language daily newspaper published from Tripura, India.It was founded and is currently managed by Subal Kumar Dey.

  4. List of newspapers in India by readership - Wikipedia

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    According to the Registrar of Newspapers for India, there are 1,10,851 registered publication in India as of 31 March 2016. This is a list of the newspapers in India by readership according to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS) Q4 2019.

  5. Hindustan (newspaper) - Wikipedia

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    Hindustan Dainik or '' Hindustan'' is an Indian Hindi -language daily newspaper. According to Audit Bureau of Circulations, it is ranked 13th in the world by circulation and 6th in India. Madan Mohan Malaviya launched it in 1936. It is published by Hindustan Media Ventures Limited.

  6. Hindustan Standard - Wikipedia

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    It is headquartered at 3, Burman Street, Kolkata. In 1937, Suresh Chandra Majumdar started the daily in English, and it soon became a leading newspaper owned by Indians in Kolkata, competing with British-owned The Statesman, along with its Bengali language sister-publication Ananda Bazaar Patrika. The Delhi edition is started in 195.

  7. List of newspapers in India - Wikipedia

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    Indian All Newspapers and Media List. Kohli-Khandekar, Vanita (2013). The Indian Media Business (4th ed.). New Delhi: SAGE Response. ISBN 9788132117889. Registrar of Newspapers for India (2018). The Press in India 2017-18 (Report). New Delhi: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. v.

  8. Delhi gharana - Wikipedia

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    The Delhi or Dilli Gharana, is a tabla discipleship tradition known for being the oldest. This tradition was founded by Sidhar Khan Dhadi in the early-18th Century. The tradition is regarded for establishing a distinction from pakhawaj repertoire, "do ungliyon ka baaj" (two-finger style), and contributing improvisation conventions like peshkar and kayada.

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