Friday, 5 June 2015

Lecture 18: Administrative Changes [II] Mainly after 1857




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It covers:


•Background
•Central adm
•Administration
▫Provincial adm
▫Local bodies
•Relation with princely states
•Administrative policies
▫Divide and rule
▫Hostility to educated Indians
▫Attitude of British towards
–Zamindar
–Social reform
▫Extreme backwardness of social services
▫Labour legislation
▫Restriction on the press
•Racial antagonism
•Foreign policy

▫Done as a separate Lecture.


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List of Important Newspapers and their founders. The list is of hundreds But I found below to be of specific importance for purpose of our study and examination. 


Hindu and Swadesmitran
G. Subramaniyam Iyer, Vir Raghavacharya
Kesari (in Marathi)  and Maharatta (English)
Tilak, Chiplunkar
Bengalee
Surendranath Banerjee
Amrit Bazar Patrika
Sisir Kumar Ghosh and Motilal Ghosh
First Vernacular Paper of India with Bengalee
Initially Bengali later English
Sudharak
Gokhale
Indian Mirror
Devendra Nath Tagore
First Indian Daily paper in English
Voice of India, Rastgoftar (first newspaper in Gujrati)
Naoroji
Hindustani and Advocate
G.P.Varma
Tribune and Akhbar-i-aam
In Punjab by Dyal Singh Majithia.
Indu Prakash, Dhyan Prakash, Kal, Gujarati, Sandhya
In Bombay by Brahma Bandhab Upadhyay
Bengal Gazette (English)
James Augustus Hicky (Irish),
Harish Chandra Ray
First  newspaper of India
India Gazette, East Indian
Derozio
Sambad Kaumudi, Mirat-ul-Akbar (First Persian), Bangaduta (Also Dwarkanath Tagore)
RRR
Yugantar (Bengali)
Barindra Kumar Ghosh
Bhupendra Nath Dutta
Indian Sociologist (London)
Shaymji Krishna Verma
Gadar
Lala Hardayal
Leader
MMM
Bahishkrit
Ambedkar
Bandi Jivan
Sachin Sanyal
National Herald
JL Nehru
Kudi Adasu
EV Naicker
Bande Mataram
Bhikaji Cama
Commonweal, New India
Annie Besant
Harijan,Navjivan, Young India
Gandhi
Vande Mataram
Aurobindo Ghosh
Comrade
Mohd Ali
Tahzib-ul-Akhlaq
Sir Syyed Ahmed Khan
Al-Hilal, Al-Balagh
Abul Kalam Azad
Essays in Indian Economics
M.G. Ranade
Som Prakash
Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar

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