Hindustan Media Ventures’ weekly Hindi newspaper Hindustan Jobs hit newsstands on May 8, 2011. Priced at Rs 7, the paper carries government and private job ads and has been designed by leveraging synergies from within the HT Media group with content partnership from Shine.com.
“Coming five years, I see liberty becoming an important brand in everybody’s life. They would have at least a pair in their wardrobe. It may not be the most fashionable one, but there would definitely be one,” asserts Anupam Bansal, Director, Liberty Shoes Ltd.
Celebrating 150 years of its existence globally, TAG Heuer is now bullish on India and is planning to expand to Tier II and III cities extensively. The brand is also firming up its plans to tie up with India’s Buddh International F1 circuit. Manishi Sanwal, General Manager, LVMH Watch & Jewellery India, shares more...
As Sameer Nair exits Turner General Entertainment Network as CEO, the company’s integration into Turner Broadcasting System APAC not only means significant changes in Imagine’s operations, but also indicates the challenges Turner is facing in the Hindi general entertainment space. TBSAP’s President, Steve Marcopoto, speaks on the Turner GE experience.