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Journey of journals in Shimla By Shriniwas Joshi. S himla Akhbaar was the first newspaper to be published from Shimla in This weekly was the brainchild of its publisher-editor Shaikh Abdul. It was lithographed in Nagri script. In the beginning, only 50 copies of the paper were published, 22 copies were sold to Indians; eight to Englishmen and 20 were distributed free of cost with the limited circulation of the paper and the low advertising revenue, especially in view of only inhabitants living in Shimla, the paper started eating into the pockets of Shaikh Sahib, who decided to close it down in

History of Shimla Town

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It is the most charming valley in the entire District of Kinnaur and a beautiful unexplored place in Himachal Pradesh. Any time of the year you choose, Saho will never disappoint!. Shimla Glen. Distance from Delhi : … With wit, insight and a sharp eye for detail, Alex von Tunzelmann relates how a handful of people changed the world for ever.

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I n both pre and post-Independent India's political history, Shimla, with its once pristine beauty and splendor, is often associated with the historic July Simla Agreement. It was made possible by the people of East Pakistan with the active assistance of the Indian Army that eventually resulted in, until then, the largest post-World War-II military surrender by Pakistan to India and the formation of Bangladesh as an independent sovereign country. But the fact is that Shimla, then spelt as Simla, has been the venue of three major politically significant events. The other two events had occurred prior to India's Partition and Independence.
It is bounded by Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, the state of Uttaranchal in the south, Sirmaur, district in the west. The elevation of the district ranges from to metres. The topology of the district is rugged and tough. Shimla district derives its name from Shimla town which was once a small village. Shimla district in its present form came into existence from 1st Sept, on the reorganisation of the districts of the state.