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‘Whether Business India or Man’s World, content might be different but basic philosophy is same’: N Radhakrishnan

14-January-2004
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‘Whether Business India or Man’s World, content might be different but basic philosophy is same’: N Radhakrishnan

Most content ideas that are seen in the gender centric feature magazine, Man’s World germinated when Publisher and Editor of the magazine, N Radhakrishnan was working for Business India. Commenting on his experiences, he explains that editing for areas as diverse as these really isn’t as different as it appears.

Radhakrishnan explains, “Even in Business India, I got others to write in a manner that made simple reading for complicated matters. The idea was that business writing should be accessible to everyone. We covered a range of subjects, maybe not as wide as Man’s World but there was substantial variety there as well.”

He further adds, “The germ of most of the ideas that we are doing here came when I was in Business India. We covered it in one form or other. The content might be different but the basic philosophy is the same.”

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