Muslim Press In Historical Perspective

Face-to-face communication was the order of the day in primitive society, when feudal states expanded and empires began to emerge the monarchs had to devise new techniques of communication in order to maintain contact with people inhabiting the far-flung areas of the empire. The Pharos of ancient Egypt inscribed stories of their... more →
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Growth of Muslim Press

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, by sponsoring and running “Tahzib-ul-Akhlaq” and the bilingual “Scientific Society Magazine” laid the foundations of press as an institution of society as he had a message to deliver and had no profit motive. These two periodicals, financially sustained more by donors than by subscribers, aimed to bringing... more →
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Muslim Press During 1924-1937

During this phase the role of Muslim press could be studied in two stages, the first covering the 1924-1928 period and the second covering the years between 1928 and 1937. During the first stage, Muslim politics was in the melting pot and in the second stage it took a concrete and clear-cut form. The following are the principal features... more →
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