Formerly referred to as Bombay Samachar, in Gujarati, the paper has usually run as Mumbai na Samachar.
02 July 2021 Current Affairs:On July 1, India’s oldest newspaper, Mumbai Samachar, will enter its two hundredth year. With its workplace placed in an iconic red building at Horniman Circle in Mumbai’s Fort area, the Gujarati newspaper was first posted in 1822. It was founded with the aid of a Parsi pupil Fardoonji Murazban, who had experimented with a number of different publishing preferences earlier than landing on this profitable print run.
Formerly referred to as Bombay Samachar, in Gujarati, the paper has usually run as Mumbai na Samachar. It began as a weekly edition, primarily masking the motion of items throughout the sea and other enterprise news, such as the sale of property, and exceeded through a number of hands till bankruptcy turned it over to the Cama family in 1933.