Covid-19 has hit the publishing industry in a drastic way, it has pushed publishers, readers, writers to change their old ways, step up and innovate. The same has been witnessed when it comes to book fairs, publishers have tried very hard to revive the industry and bring back some relief to the upended scene right… Continue reading Will Virtual Fairs Revive the Pandemic Hit Publishing Industry?
Indian publishing industry is growing stronger day by day. With the present insights, the Indian publishing sector is the third largest nation in English language publishing and the sixth largest nation in book publishing. With time technology has transformed the publishing industry both inside and out, but the next big question is will the publishing… Continue reading What does the future hold for the academic publishing business in India?
It all started with a moment of silence for one of the most loved Prime Ministers of our country and a great poet, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. May his soul rest in peace. Unfortunately, our chief guest for the programme, Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, President; Indian Council for Cultural Relations & Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha)… Continue reading Federation of Indian Publishers: 44th Annual General Meeting
The publishing industry plays a key role in building the society and community, intellectually and morally. We publishers need to steer our efforts towards the development of nation, especially in research. Research papers and journals are the storehouse of knowledge, and they hold immense potential to bring a change in thoughts, actions and imagination. Social… Continue reading Serving Society Beyond Books
Relaxation is best when you have a pillow behind, a coffee steaming cup beside and your favourite mid-night novel right in front, happily flipped through as you doze by! Ever wondered about the history or for that matter, future of publishing industry in India? Publishing dates back to June 1884 when The Indian Press established… Continue reading Indian Publishing Industry: Then, Now, Next