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Dibyajyoti Sarma

RECENT ARTICLES BY DIBYAJYOTI SARMA

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  • September 23, 2014
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It’s time for newspapers to explore new revenue streams

We have had enough of the doomsday predictions about the demise of newspapers. First, they said...

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  • September 23, 2014
  • Paper

The drone photographer from Bangkok

In popular culture, drones are often associated with weapons. However, with the rise in the technology,...

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  • September 23, 2014
  • Paper

Management is key to save newsprint waste

Newsprint accounts for 50% to 60% of the total cost of production of a printed newspaper. Over the...

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  • September 23, 2014
  • Paper

Digital is the future, but print must sustain itself: Wan-Ifra India conference deliberates on the road ahead

The Wan-Ifra India 2014, the 22nd annual conference organised by the World Association of Newspapers...

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The Indian paper industry: All ready to rise on a global stage

Over the last decade, paper and paperboard manufacturers in India have expanded and tackled challenges...

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PrintPack India 2015 aims to be the world’s third largest print show

PrintPack organiser IPAMA has unveiled an enlarged focus for the 2015 show, with a greater emphasis on...

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Research adds credibility to print over screen

Is reading via a digital device (an iPad or a Kindle, for example) the same as reading a printed text,...

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Delhi Book Fair report: Hindi books doing well

The best thing about the 20th annual Delhi Book Fair, which was held from 23 to 31 August, at Pragati...

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Future of print in India is bright

A day after the inauguration of their new plant at Panoli in Gujarat, Rahul Kumar and Dibyajyoti Sarma...

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Jumpstart Bengaluru Report: ‘Technology transports stories’

As Jumpstart, the annual conference for developers of children’s content, organised by the German Book...

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