India's Newspaper Revolution: Capitalism, Politics and the Indian-language Press, 1977-99

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Hurst, 2000 - Government and the press - 234 pages
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From the late 1970s a revolution in Indian-language newspapers, driven by a marriage of capitalism and technology, has carried the experience of print to millions of new readers in small-town and rural India.

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