Newspaper Origin

NO.

Newspaper

Year

1.      Bengal Gazette

 

29th January 1780
Note – by James Augustus Hicky
2.      India Gazette 1781
3.      Calcutta Gazette  1784
4.      Bengal Journal 1785
5.      Bombay Herald  1789
6.      Bombay Courier 1790
Note: Bombay Herald has been changed into Bombay Gazette in 1791.  
7.      Samachar Darpan-  (Bengali weekly Newspaper) 1818
Note- First regional newspaper of India.  
8.      Bombay Samachar (Gujrati) 1822
Note – now known as Mumbai Samachar. It is also the first Gujarati newspaper of India.  
9.      Kesari (Marathi) 1881
Note – by Bal Gagadhar Tilak.  
10.                         Samachar Subah Varshan 1854
Note- first Hindi daily newspaper. By Shyam Sunder Sen.  
11.                         Malayalam Manorama 1890
Note- kandathil Varghese Mappillai  
12.                         Anand Bazar Patrika- (Bengali) 1922
13.                         The Telegraph 1982
14.                         Ebela- Bengali Tabloid  
15.                         Dainik Assamiya- 1952
16.                         Hindustan Standard (English) 1937
Note- by ABP group  
17.                         Amrita Bazar Patrika (Bengali) 1868
Note- Amrita Bazar Patrika brought out Jugantar in 2002 (Bengali). Jugantar is very famous in Bangladesh.  
Amrita Bazar Patrika was started English from Allahabad in 1943.  
18.                         Bharat and Krishak- 1939
19.                         Azad 1936
20.                         Ittehad 1947
21.                         Loksevak (Marathi) 1948
22.                         Surat Mitra- 1880
23.                         Kaiser-i-Hind 1880
Note –weekly, still published from Bombay.  
24.                         Kathiawar Times 1888
Note- Still published from Rajkot  
25.                         Gujrat Samachar 1932
Note- Prior known as Prajabandhu. Published from Ahmedabad. Largest circulated Gujrati daily today.  
26.                         Janambhoomi  (Gujrati) 1943
27.                         Prabhat-from Pune  
28.                         Samachar (daily from Surat) 1922
29.                         Gujrati 1921
30.                         Bombay Darpan (Marathi) 1832
Note- first Anglo Marathi Paper as a fortnightly.  
31.                         Dig Darshan (Marathi) 1840
32.                         Navkal (Marathi) 1923
33.                         Lokasatta (Marathi) 1948
34.                         Sakal (Marathi) 1931
35.                         The Maharashtra Times 1962
36.                         Asha & Samaj(Oriya) 1928
37.                         Tamil Patrika 1831
38.                         Swadeshimitram(Tamil) 1882
39.                         Dinamani (Tamil) 1936
40.                         Kumudum (Tamil) 1947
41.                         Udant Martand, Editor- Jugal Kishor Shukla 30th May 1826
42.                         Bangdoot ( Hindi Weekly)  1829
Note- by Raja Ram Mohan Roy & Dwarka Prasad  
43.                         Hindustan ( Hindi) 1936
44.                         The Navbharat Times- 1950
45.                         Mirat-ul Akhbar 1822
46.                         Kohinoor(Urdu) 1850
47.                         Zameedar( Lahor) 1903
48.                         Economics Times 1961
49.                         The Hindustan Times 1924
50.                         Deccan Chronical 1938
51.                         Deccan Herald 1948
52.                         Asian Age 1994
53.                         DNA 2005

 

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