Krushak

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Krushak ('Farmer') was an Oriya-language weekly newspaper, published from Cuttack, India. Krushak was an organ of the Praja Socialist Party.[1] Krushak was founded by Surendranath Dwivedy, who was the editor of the newspaper for many years.[2] B. Kanungo also served as the editor of the newspaper. By the early 1960s, Krushak claimed a circulation of about 3,000.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Socialist International (1951- ), and Asian Socialist Conference. Yearbook of the International Socialist Labour Movement. Volume II 1960-1961 London: Lincolns-Prager Interniitonal Yearbook Publishing Co., Ltd, 1961. p. 234
  2. ^ Lok Sabha. SYNOPSIS OF DEBATES (Proceedings other than Questions & Answers) - Monday, November 19, 2001/Kartika 28, 1923 (Saka)