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The rise of press, literature and public opinion: Part II

The rise of press, literature and public opinion: Part II The Vernacular Press Act, 1878: An unfortunate legacy of the Rebellion of 1857 was the growth of the spirit of racial bitterness among the rulers and the ruled. As a result the European press in India after 1858 was always ranged on the side of […]

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The rise of press, literature and public opinion: Part I

The rise of press, literature and public opinion: Part I The history of the Indian press begins with the coming of the Europeans. The Portuguese were the first European nation who brought a printing press to India and the first book published in India was by the Jesuits of Goa in 1557. In 1684 the […]

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