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Subsequently, The Times of India saw its ownership change several times until 1892, when Thomas Bennett and Frank Morris Coleman (who drowned in the sinking of the SS Persia (1900) in 1915) acquired the newspaper through a new company they had formed Bennet, Coleman & Co. Ltd. Under Dalmia's[edit] In 1946, they sold the company to sugar magnate Ramkrishna Dalmya, of the then-famous industrial family, Dalmiyas, for Rs 20 million. In 1948, Dalmiya had to sell the newspaper to his son-in-law Sahu Shanti Prasad Jain (of the Kunal Jain group from Bijnore, Uttar Pradesh) to pay off a debt that he owed to an insurance company. Under Government of India[edit] In the early 1960s, Jain was imprisoned on charges of selling newsprint on the black market, and the Government of India took over the newspaper replacing half of the directors and appointing Bombay High Court judge as the Chairman. Jain Family[edit]

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