SAMAR Magazine Issue #1 (Winter 1992)
The inaugural issue of SAMAR, "South Asian Magazine for Action and Reflection," was published in Winter 1992. The issue featured contributions from Saloni Mathur, Anannya Bhattacharjee, Lata Mani, Vandana Shiva (interviewed by Ravi Jain), Rakesh Ratti, Nandi Bhatia, Anand Patwardhan (interviewed by Chandana Mathur), Meena Alexander, Sudipto Chatterjee, S.
Voice of India (May 1945)
The May 1945 issue of Voice of India (Vol. 1, No. 9), a monthly publication by the National Committee for India's Freedom, based in Washington D.C. The issue includes writing by Syud Hossain, Pearl Buck, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Haridas Muzumdar, Oswald Garrison Villard, John Haynes Holmes, Roger N. Baldwin, and Louis Bromfield. The cover features an image of Jawharlal Nehru and Abul Kalam Azad.
Voice of India (June 1945)
The June 1945 issue of Voice of India (Vol. 1, No. 10), a monthly publication by the National Committee for India's Freedom, based in Washington D.C. The issue includes writing by Krishnalal Shridharani, Karel Hujer, and H.W. Boulter. The cover story reports on Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit's visit to San Francisco, and the issue includes excerpts from her speech given on April 27, 1945.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #9 (Winter/Spring 1998)
The Winter/Spring 1998 issue of SAMAR (No. 9) focused on the theme of "conservatism," and featured contributions by Vijay Prashad, David Bergman, Arvind Rajagopal, Sunaina Maira, Faiza Ahmad, Pervez Hoodbhoy, Naeem Mohaimen, Sagheer Faiz, Srinivas Kuruganti, Michelle Yasmine Valladares, Pratyusha Basu, and Dina Siddiqui.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #4 (Winter 1994)
The Winter 1994 issue of SAMAR (No. 4), subtitled "Class Encounters of the South Asian Kind," addressed issues of class, and included contributions from Anuradha Seth, Michael Fernando, Asha Sen, Aamir Rehman, Nirmal Selvamony, Sasenarine Persaud, Jael Silliman, Sankaran Krishna, Hasan Ferdous, Sudipto Chatterjee, Ananya Chatterjea, and Yumna Siddiqi.
Young India (May 1919)
The May 1919 issue of Young India (Vol. 2, No. 5) was titled "India in Revolt," and features editorials and longer articles reporting on events in India as well as the U.S. Articles under the following titles are included in this issue: "Recommendations for Repressive Legislation" by Lajpat Rai, "Is British Imperialism Gone Made?" by J.
Young India (September 1919)
The September 1919 issue of Young India (Vol. 2, No. 9) contains essays by Lajpat Rai and J.T. Sunderland, poetry by Mayce Seymour and Lucian B. Watkins, Amy Dudley, and several news items. The last page includes a list of dailies, weeklies, and monthlies from which Young India gathers its news.
The Hindustanee (May 1, 1914)
The May 1, 1914 issue of The Hindustanee (Vol. 1, No. 4), the official organ of the United India League, published from Vancouver, British Columbia. The front page features a photograph of the U.P. Famine Relief Fund Committee from Vancouver. The issue contains articles on the United Provinces famine, relief efforts organized from Canada, and visits to Canada by Bhai G.T. Assomull.
The Aryan (May 1912)
May 1912 issue of The Aryan, a journal described as "The Only Hindu Paper in Canada." The majority of the articles within describe the activities of the Sikh Canadian population and Immigration policy, though some reports from India also exist.
India & Canada (April 1930)
The April 1930 edition of India & Canada, subtitled "A Journal of Interpretation and Information," includes items printed in both English and Punjabi. Short news items describe various visiting lecturers and conferences in Canada and India. Specific articles include "The First Canadian Sikh Aviator," "Is There a Canadian Loyalty To India?," and "Industrial Leaders of B.C.