In this context "South Asia" journals and newspapers refers to those published in South Asia or those published elsewhere whose content is primarily focused on South Asia. Many journals are still available in print only; increasingly there are many also available or even exclusively available online.
To generate a comprehensive list of South Asia journals held by Emory libraries, click on Advanced Search in DiscoverE...
Finding an article online: Most of the time you will probably be looking for a specific article in a journal which may or may not be a specifically South Asia journal.
If you know the journal name and the issue needed...
Online Newspapers and other news sources
This list is based on one initially compiled by Herman Tull, Lecturer in Sanskrit, Princeton University, November 2012, for the Religion in South Asia listserv (RISA-L). Annotations have been added about availability at Emory. Some may be available free online from the publisher; some, available online via Emory license (accessing via campus computer or network id); and some may have print issues at Emory or a combination of print and online issues available via Emory licenses. Print runs may be located at the Theology Library, in Woodruff Library, or in the Storage Library. Some journal runs are available via Microfilm. Emory licenses online access with multiple aggregators, so sometimes online access may be available from multiple sources with or without overlaps in coverage. These various access points will typically be listed in the "Online Resource" tab of the DiscoverE record of a Journal. Sometimes these sources will not include the publisher itself, and the publisher may impose an "embargo" of six months or more on access to recent issues. If Emory doesn't have the journal or specific issue you want, ILL can usually get it for you. If you think Emory should have a subscription, contact the South Asian Studies Librarian: email@example.com.
Lexis Nexis Academic Universe database has over 200 journals and newspapers published in or covering South Asia. Emphasis is on business news. There are general news sources as well. Here is a list compiled by South Asian Studies librarians from Lexis Nexis updates as of March, 2013.
Here are links to actively published South Asia journals (as of 2010-2011) indexed in the Bibliography of Asian Studies as listed by SARAI. The links embed search parameters that let you see the articles indexed for each journal with the latest issue listed first. Note that many journals listed by SARAI are no longer actively published.
These represent one Emory scholar's selection of the major Urdu newspapers published in India. Some of the websites have English versions. A few have "epaper" options which let you see a clearer image in pdf format.
Other sources for journals and newspapers. Apart from those listed here, see the boxes following this one to see a list of journals produced by scholars on the Religion in South Asia listserv; a list of newspapers covered in the Lexis Nexis database; and a list of journals indexed by the Bibliography of Asian Studies database.