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Premier Entertainment & Media launches city-specific magazine ‘Bangalore Happenings’

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Premier Entertainment & Media launches city-specific magazine ‘Bangalore Happenings’

Premier Entertainment & Media Pvt Ltd, publishers of English film magazine ‘South Movie Scenes’, recently unveiled another magazine, ‘Bangalore Happenings’. As the name suggests, the magazine is a comprehensive city guide of Bangalore, its hotels, restaurants, spas, resorts, bookstores, music stores, cultural institutes, airport and places of tourist interest.

Commenting on the new magazine, Prathibha, Editor-in-Chief, ‘Bangalore Happenings’, and Editor, ‘South Movie Scenes’, said, “Bangalore is a fast growing city and has something new and exciting to be discovered each day. This is why we believe that every Bangalorean and every tourist must have a ready handbook of ‘Bangalore Happenings’ to know more about what’s happening where and tune in at the right time.”

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