The title “The India Review” was first published more than 175 years ago in January 1843. This carried the biographical sketches with portrait of Lieutenent-General Sir Huge Gough, the Colonel of the 87th, or Royal Irish Fusilers. A copy of this issue is preserved in Uttarpara Joykrishna Public Library Hooghly Bengal 1. The digital copy is available at the internet achieve. The full copy can be downloaded from the link.

History of The India Review

Later, the title, “The India Review” was published from London in 1932. This was a fortnightly journal on Indian affairs which was known earlier, between 1929 to 1932 as ‘Indian News’. There are records in The British Library 2 (link) and The New York Public Library 3 (link)

The intellectual property (IP) rights over the title ”The India Review” is now held by the British company, UK EPC Ltd 4 vide trademark registration number UK00003292821

The title ”The India Review” was revived by Umesh Prasad in 2018 and the publication started again from England on 10 August 2018 when the first article on ‘The Splendid Pillars of Ashoka’ was covered using the worldwide domain

The India Review brings to the readers the news, insights, fresh Perspectives and analytical treatises on all the dimensions of life and society of India.

The short domain of the title is


1. Internet Achieve 2019. The India Review (January December) 1843. Available online at & https :// Accessed on 01 January 2019.
2. British Library 2019. The India Review. London 1932. Available online at Accessed on 01 January 3019
3. New York Public Library 2019. The India review. London. Available online at Accessed on 01 January 2019.
4. Intellectual Property Office 2019. The India Review. Trade mark number UK00003292821. Available online at Accessed on 01 January 2019.



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