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Next Gen Publishing launches new magazine aimed at young homemakers

27-October-2006
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Next Gen Publishing launches new magazine aimed at young homemakers

Next Gen Publishing Ltd, a venture of the Forbes Group and HDFC Ltd, has announced the launch of a new magazine, ‘The Ideal Home and Garden’ (TIHG), in the Indian market. Dedicated to young homemakers, the magazine is styled to enhance the Indian home with international trends and thoughtful designs.

Commenting on the magazine’s launch, Hoshang Billimoria, CEO, Next Gen Publishing Ltd, said, “TIHG is the second title that has been launched this year and the sixth title by Next Gen Publishing in the past 18 months. TIHG has been created for today’s young homemakers who often have limited time and space, but want a nice home to relax, unwind and entertain.”

Ronitaa Dubash, TIHG’s Editor, said, “‘The Ideal Home and Garden’ is about the ‘space’ in our minds called home. We have endeavoured to capture a way of life that we all aspire to, one where everything is beautiful, at home.”

TIHG will include topics like house fashion, garden ideas (from balcony trimmings and indoor plans to well-manicured lawns), Easy makeover suggestions, do-it-yourself delights, good things to do this season, value-for-money shopping (at home and abroad), great gadgets and so on.

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