Which is the oldest English in India?

Which is oldest English daily in India?

Complete answer: The oldest continuously published newspaper in our country is Bombay Samachar. It is also referred to as Mumbai Samachar. The newspaper was established by Fardunjee Marzban in the year 1822. The Bombay Samachar is published in English and Gujarati.

Which is the oldest English daily?

TOI is the oldest daily english newspaper still in publication starting from 1838.

Which is the oldest existing English daily in India since 1838?

It is the oldest English-language newspaper in India, and the second-oldest Indian newspaper still in circulation, with its first edition published in 1838.

The Times of India.

Let the Truth Prevail
Founded 3 November 1838
Language English
Headquarters Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Country India

What is the longest running newspaper?

Longestrunning newspapers

  • The New Hampshire Gazette (1756)
  • Hartford Courant (1764, the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States)
  • The Register Star (Hudson, NY, 1785)
  • Poughkeepsie Journal (1785)
  • The Augusta Chronicle (1785)
  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (July 1786)
  • Daily Hampshire Gazette (September 1784)

What is the nickname of Mumbai?

Indian Cities and Their Nicknames

City State Nickname/Nicknames
Mumbai Maharashtra City of Seven Islands Financial Capital of India Maya Nagari City of Dreams Gateway of India Hollywood of India Maximum City
Mundi Madhya Pradesh Power Hub City
Mussoorie Uttarakhand Queen of the Mountains
Mysore Karnataka Heritage City Green City
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Which is Asia’s oldest newspaper?

It is Asia’s oldest newspaper — the Mumbai Samachar, a Gujarati daily founded by Fardunjee Marzban and currently owned by the Cama family.

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