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North Bengal always had a strong legacy of intellectualism and a rich cultural heritage that had its reflection in all spheres of social life in the state such as art, literature, science, politics and journalism.

Right from the time of renaissance, Bengali press has been dynamic and critical of the existing government, the onslaught of the British during India’s struggle for independence, and a consistent voice of dissent for the masses against the bourgeoisie.

In the year 1818 marks the beginning of Bengali journalism. Samachar Darpan was the first newspaper in Bengali language. It was published by Serampore Mission press on May 23, 1818.