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American Researcher explores the life and times of 'the father of the Indian newspaper'

Kolkata, Jul22(UNI) Had it not been for a failed business venture and debts that got James Augustus Hicky incarcerated, 'the father of the Indian newspaper' wouldn't have thought of publishing Bengal Gazette, also the first English newspaper.
These and many more interesting revelations are made by Andrew Otis, a former Fulbright Fellow, in his book 'Hicky's Bengal Gazette: The Untold Story of India's First Newspaper' that traces the journey of the first 'printed newspaper of Asia' from its conception to its final days.
Talking to an audience at the American Centre, Kolkata, recently, Otis said,"James Hickey was bankrupt and needed something that could rescue him from the situation. This is when he decided to utilise the experience he had earned working as an apprentice at the age of 13 at a printing press."
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COVID-19: Nanded reports 3 more fatalities, 43 new cases

30 Oct 2020 | 10:10 PM

Nanded, Oct 30 (UNI) Three patients succumbed to COVID-19 while 43 new cases were detected here on Friday, taking this district's pandemic tally to 19,070, informed authorities.

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Parakeets, turtles among 88 creatures seized; 2 smugglers held in Thane

30 Oct 2020 | 10:09 PM

Thane, Oct 30 (UNI) Two persons were arrested here on Friday for allegedly smuggling rare varieties of birds and animals and 88 creatures have been seized from their possession, informed forest official Narendra Muthe.

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People of Dumka and Bermo to vote Hemant govt's work: Rameshwar Oraon

30 Oct 2020 | 10:09 PM

Bokaro, Oct 30 (UNI) JPCC Chief and Finance Minister Rameshwar Oraon on Friday claimed that people of Dumka and Bermo will vote in favour of Mahagathbandhan on the basis of the work done by Hemant Soren government in the last ten months of its rule.

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54th Haryana day will be memorable one of the people of state in many ways

30 Oct 2020 | 10:07 PM

Chandigarh, Oct 30 (UNI) The 54th Haryana Day will be a memorable one for the people of the state in many ways as the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar while using information Technology has taken several important decisions by converting COVID-19 crisis into an opportunity.

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Haryana govt transfers two IAS officers

30 Oct 2020 | 10:05 PM

Chandigarh Oct 30 (UNI) Haryana government has issued transfer and posting orders of two IAS officers.

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