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Journalism in South Asia: Electronic Collections

Journalism in and about South Asia

Times of India, Sept. 12, 2001

From the Times of India, September 12, 2001

Global 9/11 Coverage

Contrast international newspaper coverage of the 9/11 attacks.

NewsBank World News--India Links

Access World News via NewsBank provides full text, keyword searchable newspaper articles from South Asia including newspapers from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. One can also mix and match Western and Asian newspaper coverage from throughout the world, by selectively searching international newspaper links via the map of newspaper databases. News coverage via this link is contemporary in focus--1990s and after.

The Times of India (1861-current)

The Times of India archive provides full text, searchable issues from 1861 to the present.

South Asian Newspapers from the World Newspaper Archive

The World Newspaper Archive is a treasure trove of historical resources, including such South Asa newspapers as Ceylon Observer (Colombo, Sri Lanka), Indian People (Allahabad, India), Kayasara hinda (Bombay, India), Leader (Allahabad, India), Madras Mail (Madras, India), Pioneer (Allahabad, India), and Tribune (Lahore, Pakistan). For South Asia, dates range from the late nineteenth to early twentieth century.

Mrs. Besant, 1894

From The Pioneer, Allhabad, India, 1894. On Mrs. Besant of the Theosophical Society

Cholera Reports

Ceylon Observer, Colombo, Sri Lanka, July 7, 1877