Top Story


Home >> Media – Print >> Article

Economy India Group set to launch two more publications

Font Size   16
Economy India Group set to launch two more publications

‘Economy India’, an economic monthly magazine, will have two more publications from its group – ‘Society India’ and ‘Rajniti India’ in English and Hindi, respectively. The launch was expected in February 2011, informed Manohar Manoj, Publisher & Editor, ‘Economy India’.

‘Society India’ will be monthly magazine with a cover price of Rs 30, while ‘Rajniti India’ will be a fortnightly newspaper and will be priced at Rs 5.

Manoj, who is also the founder President of Bhartiya Yuva Patrakar Sangthan, said, “‘Economy India’ has proved itself as a publication for knowledge-oriented journalism. It has provided its readers a true admixture of news, research and competitive kind of journal. Like ‘Economy India’, ‘Society India’ and ‘Rajniti India’ will be in both Hindi and English languages. The reader of ‘Society India’ will find a true and holistic analysis of the Indian society and its anthropology, whereas ‘Rajniti India’ will be an impartial presentation of the dynamics of Indian politics.”



Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors, on their three-year association with IPL where they will promote their new model Tata Nexon

Vikas Sharan, shares Regalix's vision and mission, and how the company has progressed over the years since its inception in 2004 with the ever-evolving technologies

Larraine Criss on the launch of MainAd's flagship proprietary technology, Logico by partnering with Google and how they are going to expand in and explore the Indian market

Arati Singh, Channel Head, NDTV Good Times, opens up on how she loves to go on adventurous trips on a typical weekend.

The publishing giant could not find an appropriate replacement for ex CEO, Vivek Khanna's position

Kranti Gada has been promoted as the Chief Operating Officer from that of Senior Vice President-New Business Development

In a letter, various employee associations of AIR and DD have requested the Government to explore the possibility of payment of salary directly from the I&B Ministry