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June 01, 2016 16:38 pm by Vasant
Thanks for this article. Hi I am Vasant and I work with Chowgule College Margao Goa. We as an autonomous college and are starting a Certificate Course in Book Publishing in association with a Cinnamonteal Book Publishing (Self Publishing Company ) who organize Publishing Next every year (http://publ...
September 25, 2015 15:01 pm by readers press (publisher of acadmic books)
As a small time publisher of academic books ,i stand educated by this piece of intelligent information(as i would like to call it).for sure the coming of big giants in the system of book distribution has left a big gap between the publishers, the orthodox distributors, and majorly the booksellers w...
June 24, 2015 12:45 pm by K K Krishna Kumar
Very interesting and informative. Actually the existing book industry reaches out to a very small percentage of the indian population. There has to be a detailed study about this . May be with help of the emerging digital technologies viable "short cuts" should be worked out to overcome this hug...
June 19, 2015 14:09 pm by Rajarathinam Purushothaman
It is an interesting reading and more informative .Like any other Industry today Publishing is also in the transition period. We need to adopt technology for survival and growth. The challenge is how soon we adopt to the changing trends.For this we need Govt. support and the Publishing has to be ...
May 25, 2015 16:13 pm by Raghu
Commented on The bigger, fatter Indian wedding
Hello Nilofer Good to go through your blog. India is a land where wedding differs from tradition to tradition and religion to religion and I would disagree to the survey a little bit because it obviously wouldn't have represented the entire nation. Hence how people have things prioritized c...
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