Major newspapers published in India:

The history of newspapers in India begins with the entry of Europeans into India. The Portuguese are credited with first bringing the printing press to India. In 1557 AD, some clergy of Goa published the first book of India. In 1684 AD, the British East India Company also printed India's first book.

In 1684 AD, the company established the first printing press in India. After which in the year 1780 AD the first English newspaper was published in Kolkata by J. Augustus.

List of English (British) India Newspapers:

Establishment year and location Newspaper and Language Founder
1780 (Calcutta) Bengal Gazette, English J.Augustus
1816 (Calcutta) Bengal Gazette, English Gangadhar Bhattacharya
1818 (Calcutta) News Mirror, Bengali Marshman
1818 (Calcutta) Digdarshan, Bengali Marshman
1821 (Calcutta) Dialogue Kaumudi, Bengali Raja Rammohan Roy
1822 (Calcutta) Miratul Akhbar, Farsi Raja Rammohan Roy
1822 (Bombay) Bombay News, Gujarati Fardunji Marzban
1826 (Kanpur) Udanta Martand, Hindi Jugal Kishore
1830 (Calcutta) Bangdutt, Bengali Dwarikanath Tagore, Prasanna Tagore
1832 (Bombay) Jame Jamshed, the Persian P.M. motibala
1851 (Bombay) Raft Goftar, Gujarati Dadabhai Naoroji
1852 (Ahmedabad) Satya Prakash, Gujrati Karsondas Mulji
1853 (Calcutta) Hindu Pertiant, English Girishchandra Ghosh, Harishchandra Mukherjee
1859 (Calcutta) Som Prakash, Bengali Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar
1861 (Calcutta) Indian Mirror, English Devendra Nath Tagore, Manmohan Ghosh
1861 (Bombay) Times of India, English English Press (Robert Knight)
1862 (Bombay) Indu Prakash, Marathi Justice Ranade
1864 (Bombay) Native Opinion, English VN Mandlik
1865 (Allahabad) Pioneer, English English Press (Robert Knight)
1866 (Lahore) Gyan Pradini, Hindi/Bengali Navinchandra Rai
1867 (Varanasi) Poetry Sudha, Hindi Bhartendu Harishchandra
1868 (Calcutta) Amrit Bazar Magazine, Bengali/English Motilal Ghosh, Sisir Ghosh
1868 (Madras) Madras Mail,English English Press (Robert Knight)
1873 (Calcutta) Bang Darshan, Bengali Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
1877 (Lahore) Tribune, English Sir Dayal Singh Majithia
1877 (Varanasi) Hindi Pradeep, Hindi Balkrishna Bhatt
1878 (Calcutta) Statesman, English Robert Knight
1878 (Madras) Hindu, English V.Raghavachari
1879 (Calcutta) Bengali,English S.N. Banerjee
1881 (Calcutta) Bangwasi, Bangla Jogindernath Bose
1881 (Bombay) Maratha, English Balgangadhar Tilak
1881 (Bombay) Kesari,Marathi Balgangadhar Tilak
1890 (Bombay) India,English Dadabhai Naoroji
1899 (Delhi) Hindustan Standard (Review), English Sachchidanand Sinha
1900 (Madras) Indian Review, English G.A. Natesan
1903 (D.Africa) Indian Opinion, English Mahatma Gandhi
1905 (London) Indian Socialist, English Shyamji Krishna Verma
1906 (Calcutta) Yugantar, Bengali Bhupendra Dutt, Barindra Ghosh
1907 (Calcutta) Modern Review, English Ramanand Chatterjee
1909 (Paris) Vande Mataram, English Hardayal, Shyamji Krishna Verma
1910 (Kanpur) Pratap, Hindi Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi
1912 (Calcutta) Al Hilal, Urdu Abul Kalam Azad
1913 (Bombay) Bombay Chronicle, English Firozeshah Mehta
1913 (San Francisco) Gadar, English Lala Hardayal
1914 (Bombay) Commonwealth, English Annie Besant
1914 (Bombay) New India, English Annie Besant
1918 (Madras) Servants of India, English Srinivasa Shastri
1919 (Allahabad) Independent, English Motilal Nehru
1919 (Ahmedabad) Navjeevan, Gujarati Mahatma Gandhi
1919 (Ahmedabad) Young India, English Mahatma Gandhi
1922 (Bombay) Hindustan Times, English K. M. Panicker
1933 (Pune) Harijan, English Mahatma Gandhi

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