Resource: newspaper "Himalayan Times" (Kalimpong, India, 1947-63) accessible online

Dear Colleagues,

a new database provides online open access to the existing issues of the Himalayan Times, an English-language newspaper published in Kalimpong, India, from 1947-63.

Link to resource: http://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/himalayan_times

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