India, June 12 -- Scholars from across the world working on the history of Delhi might soon be able to download and print digitised archival records dating back to the early nineteenth century. The Delhi archives, which went online in February this year, has formed a committee of professionals from different fields to decide on the process and rates for downloading the records.

"The committee will recommend different rates for the different categories of scholars such as Indian independent researchers, international scholars, general public, and students," said Sanjay Kumar Garg, head of Delhi Archives. Officials said the committee will take about two months to decide the process and rates after which the records will be made available....