Natal Indian Congress

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Natal Indian Congress (NIC)

The NIC (Natal Indian Congress) was the first of the Indian Congresses to be formed. It was established in 1894 by Mahatma Gandhi to fight discrimination against Indian traders in Natal.

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1993

N.I.C. Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1993

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1992

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1992

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1990

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1990

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1989

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1989

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1988

N.I.C - Natal Indian Congress newspaper articles in 1988

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1987

1987 N.I.C. newspaper cuttings

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1986

NIC newspaper cuttings in 1986

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1985

N.I.C. newspaper cuttings in 1985

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1984

N.I.C newspaper cutting in 1984

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1982

N.I.C. newspaper cuttings in 1982

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1982

N.I.C. newspaper cuttings in 1982

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1981

Newspaper cuttings of 1981

 

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1980

N.I.C. newspaper cuttings from 1980

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1979

Newspaper cuttings on the N.I.C. in 1979

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress newspaper cuttings in 1976-6-7

Newspaper cuttings on the NIC in 1975 till 1977

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress press cuttings of 1974

Newspaper cuttings on the NIC during 1974

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress press cuttings of 1973

N.I.C. - Natal Indian Congress Newspaper cuttings during  1973

INDIAN OPINION 1950-1961

Indian Opinion, a weekly newspaper, was first established and produced by Mohandas Gandhi ("Mahatma"), M.H. Nazar and Madanjit Viyavaharik in 1903 in the Natal Province. The newspaper focused on Indian rights, poor living conditions of indentured labourers and racial discrimination.

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