East View has announced OA acces to a collection of South Asian Newspapers, including 9 titles from the period 1850-1992:
- Daily Business Post
- Dainika basumatī (দৈনিক বসুতী)
- Dnyānaprakāśa (ज्ञानप्रकाश : the daily Dnyan Prakash)
- Eastern Examiner
- Kerala chronicle
- Lahore Chronicle
- Malabar Herald
- Pakistan Observer
The 9 titles with language, location and available years can be found here
“The South Asian Newspapers collection chronicles these conflicts as well as contemporary perspectives on independence movements, early statehood, and the extensive economic and social growth taking place in the region during this time. The collection covers several countries, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan), India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, and features multiple languages such as Bengali, Dari, English, Nepali, and more. With reportage dating as far back as the 1850s, the South Asian Newspapers collection provides a wealth of coverage and p
Perspectives on major regional and global events of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Open access to the South Asian Newspapers collection is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Center for Research Libraries and its member institutions.”Click here to access
South Asian Newspapers
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