National Archives of India: Rare Documents To Become Public Soon
Until now, ordinary citizens had no access to millions of such documents, which are a repository of the country's past and are locked away in the Delhi-based National Archives of India. But thanks to a proposed amendment to the law that governs access to these records, all that could soon change. Any common man, and not just academic reseachers, could soon be able to go through the history documented in them.
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