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Mirat-ul-Akbar (meaning Mirror of News in English) was a Persian language journal founded and edited by Raja Rammohan Roy. The newspaper was first published on 12 April 1822. It was published on weekly basis on Fridays. The newspaper folded on 4 April 1823.
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