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1894 AIG, Vol 28   by Sir Syed Ahmed
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
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1895 AIG, Vol 30   by Sir Syed Ahmed
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
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1896 AIG, Vol 31   by Sir Syed Ahmed
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
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1897 AIG, Vol 30   by Sir Syed Ahmed
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
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In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
Read
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
Read
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
Read
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
Read
In 1866, the Scientific Society became “Aligarh Institute Gazette” and continued to be published until Syed’ death. It was published weekly and then biweekly. Syed Ahmad himself wrote its editorial and contributed many articles. It published all kinds of articles, e.g. social, ethical, scientific, and political. We have approx. 55,000 pages of this historical publication available online. This paper has always been a valuable instrument for social reform in the country and the acceptance of Western education. It is worth noting the inscription on the AIG “Liberty of the press is a prominent duty of the Govt. and a natural right of the subjects”.
Read







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