In his monthly Indian Media Observer (July 1, 2005) - Chronosphere’s CEO Bhupesh Trivedi - reports about
India Today group launches Indian edition of 'Scientific American'
The world's foremost and oldest science and technology magazine published since 1845 will be now printed by the India Today Group as the Indian edition of Scientific American. In India, the title will be known as Scientific American India and will have the insight of current trends in the fields of science and technology and their relevance to the daily lives of people.
Management guru Arindam Chaudhari launches 'Business & Economy' magazine
After authoring books and directing films, management guru Arindam Chaudhari has launched a fortnightly magazine, Business & Economy (B&E). According to him, it will be positioned as the most influential business and economy magazine.
The magazine has been priced at Rs 10 (US cents 27).
Jasubhai Group to launch fortnightly magazine 'CTO Forum' in August
The Jasubhai Group is planning to launch a fortnightly magazine addressing the community of CIOs and CTOs, titled 'CTO Forum' (CTOF). The launch is scheduled for August 2005, and the publication hopes to circulate 30,000 copies of the magazine initially and scale up thereafter.
from IMO July 1, 2005
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