History of Indian Journalism


Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

ISBN: 8123026382

Category: Journalism

Page: 287

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The Part II of the Press Commission Report contains a broad but concise survey of the development of the English and the Indian languages Press in India. It brings out the historical tendencies in so far as they affect the then state of the Press in the country, and serves as a background to the Press Commission enquiry.

The Rise and Growth of Hindi Journalism, 1826-1945

Being an Attempt at a History of Hindi Journalism in Historical, Chronological and Evolutionary Perspective, on the Basis of Research Work Done During the Years 1941-46 Under the Supervision of D.P. Shukla, of Hindi Department of the Allahabad University

Author: Rāmaratana Bhaṭanāgara,Ram Ratan Bhatnagar

Publisher: N.A


Category: Journalism

Page: 768

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Amphibian Development

Author: Manju Yadav

Publisher: Discovery Publishing House

ISBN: 9788183562980

Category: Amphibians

Page: 304

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Contents: History and Growth of Journalism, Basic Concepts in Journalism, Elements in Journalism, Media Bias, Mass Media, Newspaper, Science Journalism in India, Broadcast Journalism, Principles and Ethics of Journalism, Environmental Journalism, Yellow Journalism, Society and Journalism, Censorship in India, Useful Tips for Journalists, How to Write a News Letter, Responsibility of the Press in a Civic Society, Scandals in Journalism, Major Colleges of Journalism in India, Media Studies.

A New Look at Modern Indian History (From 1707 to The Modern Times), 32e

Author: Grover B.L. & Mehta Alka

Publisher: S. Chand Publishing

ISBN: 9352534344

Category: Study Aids

Page: N.A

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It is one of the bestselling books on Modern Indian History covering the time line from 1707 to the modern times. The book covers the entire gamut in a very unique style- it mentions not only factual data about various topics but also provides information about different interpretations put forth by Western and Indian historians, with an integrated analysis. This makes the book equally useful for undergraduate students of History and aspirants appearing for various competitive examinations