List of Important Newspapers of Indian History

List of Important Newspapers of Indian History

Last updated on December 7, 2023

List of Important Newspapers of Indian History

Newspapers Year Founder/Editor
Bengal Gazette (India’s first newspaper) 1780 James Augustus Hickey
Madras Courier 1784 —Not Availble
Bombay Herald 1789
Samachar Darshan (Bangla) (oldest in Indian language) 1818 Kaire, Marshman
Calcutta Journal James Silk Buckingham
Sambad Kaumudi (Bangla) 1821 Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Bombay Samachar (Gujarati) 1822 Fardoorejee Majban
Mirat-ul-Akhbar (Farsi) 1822 Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Udant Martand 1826 Jugul Kishore (first news paper of Hindi)
Sambad Prabhakar 1830 Ishwar Chandra Gupta
Jam-e-Jamshed 1831 P.M. Motiwala
Bombay Times (English) 1838 Bennet Colloman & Co.
Hindu Patriot 1853 Harishchandra Mukherjee
Som Prakash 1858 Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar
Rast Goftar 1861 Dada Bhai Nauroji
Pioneer (English) 1865 Allahabad, now from Lucknow and Delhi (Changed)
Amrit Bazar Patrika 1868 S.K. Ghosh, Motilal Ghosh,
(Bangla-Calcutta) Tusarkanti Ghosh
Madras Mail 1868 First evening news paper
Statesman 1875 Robert Knight, Sunanda Dutta Roy
The Tribune (Chandigarh, Punjab) 1877 Sir Dayal Singh Mazithia
Hindu (English-Madras) 1878 Vir Raghvachari, G.S. Iyer. N Subba Rao Pantulu.
Paridashak 1880 Bipin Chandra Pal, Aurobindo Ghosh
Kesari (Marathi) 1881 Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Maratha (English) 1881 Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Sudharak (Marathi) 1888 Gopal Ganesh Agarkar
Bande Matram 1906 Bipin Chandra Pal, Arvind Ghosh
Al-Hilal 1912 Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
Bombay Chronicle 1913 Feroz Shah Mehta
Madras Standard 1914 Annie Besant

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