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J A m-i-J A )1'.5 H Ell-0 njarati—(Bombay), April 2.

J A m-i-J A )1'.5 H Ell-0 njarati—(Bombay), April 2.

-I-N the face of such real facts, it is positively shamefu l that Europeans should take to maligning Lord Ripon by saying that he is currying favour with the wit ives. The last indictment preferred against Lord Ripon that, in order to have the honour of a public statue from the
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDU PRAICASII (Bombay), April 9.

INDU PRAICASII (Bombay), April 9.

lIN the last financial statement Major Baring has pointed out that one of the great dangers to which the finances of India are exposed is the fluctuating and the continuously declining price of silver as compared to gold. There are certain cash-payments which the Government of I
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE VOICE OF INDIA. LOKE MITRA (Bombay), April 15.

THE VOICE OF INDIA. LOKE MITRA (Bombay), April 15.

THE fact is being slowly recognised that so long as the Government of India rely on opium and salt revenues the financial condition of India cannot be said to rest on a sound basis. The precariousness of the receipts from the former has now been acknowledged in all quarters, and
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
SAHA:I (Allahabad), April 2.

SAHA:I (Allahabad), April 2.

WE do not for one moment wish to insinuate that the rights of the tenants will at all suffer in consequence of their having no special representative ; a mere perusal of the opening speech of the legal member is sufficient to convince the most ardent well-wisher of the cultivati
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The INDIAN MIRROR (Calcutta), March 31.

The INDIAN MIRROR (Calcutta), March 31.

THE view Lord Ripon took of the real position of the Zemindars, was, perhaps, in some degree, more favorable to that body, than the actual circumstances of the case justify. The Zemindars are of two classes—the one, who, having acquired their lands under the Mogul Empire, were s
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
BRAIIMO PUBLIC OIINION (Calcutta), April 5. LOCAL self-government is not altogether an exotic! plant in India, but in some shape or othli: it exisi in Tn.lia 711),1. r

BRAIIMO PUBLIC OIINION (Calcutta), April 5. LOCAL self-government is not altogether an exotic! plant in India, but in some shape or othli: it exisi in Tn.lia 711),1. r

BRAIIMO PUBLIC OIINION (Calcutta), April 5. LOCAL self-government is not altogether an exotic! plant in India, but in some shape or othli: it exisi in Tn.lia r the name of the punchayety system, and we fully share in the beliefs of Sir Richard Temple that in time our people will
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
AItRITA BAZAR PATRIKA (Calcutta), April 12.

AItRITA BAZAR PATRIKA (Calcutta), April 12.

1 N Parliament the eampaign has already begun. Reuter I- telegraphed yesterday that, Lords Lytton and Salisbury condemned the self-government and jurisdiction measures of the Government, and Lord Kimberley, while supporting them, announced that the English Government would cordi
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
A NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTEE FOR INDIA. AMRITA BAZAR PATRIRA (Calcutta), March 22.

A NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE COMMITTEE FOR INDIA. AMRITA BAZAR PATRIRA (Calcutta), March 22.

THE Indian Society, a union purely of Indians resident in Europe, which has existed in London for the last ten years, has formed a Committee out of its Members under the name of the "National Representative Committee," for the purpose of ascertaining the grievances of the people
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Neb) abbertisement. THE "THEOSOPHIST."

Neb) abbertisement. THE "THEOSOPHIST."

(Vol. IV. October 1882 to 'September, 1883.) Conducted by H. P. BLAVATSKY, Corr, Sec., Theosophical Society. This intensely interesting Asiatic Magazine has now attained a wider circulation than any publication in India or in all Asia. It is the steadfast champion of Aryan relig
01 April 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
GRAMVARTA PRAEASIIIKA (Bengali Weekly), Nuddes, October 27.

GRAMVARTA PRAEASIIIKA (Bengali Weekly), Nuddes, October 27.

T ORD LYTTON created a new Civil Service by means of the nomination system ; hut this system is far from perfect. Competent and qualified persons ought to have been made eligible to such offices. But Lord Lytton confined the system to persons of high birth only. Thus if those wh
01 November 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India