The ‘India Freedom Report: Media Freedom and Freedom of Expression in 2017’ by The Hoot says that the last year saw 11 journalists murdered (three clearly for reasons connected to their work), 46 attacks on
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The Indian newspaper industry, which has thus far been a major exception to the overall decline of newspapers around the world, is nevertheless undergoing steady transformation. There are many daily news organizations that have been spending
A presentation by Dr Samiran Chakraborty, the chief economist of Citibank in India, at the recent Elite Conference in Mumbai in September was particularly interesting for those of us who eye the Indian economy
At the recent INMA South Asia conference in New Delhi, a number of issues were skirted, mentioned peripherally or in passing without the substantial discussion that perhaps has to take place within news organizations themselves
Both big note currency demonetization at the end of 2016, and the current goods and services tax (GST) one-tax one-country regime have been optimistically cheered on by much of the publishing and printing industry.
According to the VDMA, which is active in India with support to more than a 100 major German company investments in the country, India’s economy may grow