President of India, Pratibha Patil inaugurates Gopsons' deal of printing 120-million Census forms

President of India, Pratibha Patil on 1 April 2010 filled up the first form for the India Census 2011 campaign, which will be printed by Gopsons Paper.


Grafica Flextronica and Heidelberg join the PrintWeek India Awards sponsorship bandwagon

Heidelberg India, a proven manufacturer of print machinery has announced that it is to sponsor the Student of the Year Award while Grafica Flextronica, a leading...


AIFMP efforts pay off with grant of SSI exemption on branded packing goods

The Central Board for Excise and Customs (CBEC) has issued Notification no.24/2010 dated 29/04/2010 putting an end to the mischief on branded goods and granting...


Epson introduces a water-based white ink printer for package proofing

Epson has introduced, Epson Stylus Pro WT7900 24-inch large format inkjet printer which it claims is the world's first water-based printer with white ink for proofing...


Ultrachem press room chemicals gets a thumbs up from the print industry

Ultrachem pressroom chemicals have been tested and approved by high-end printing facilities in India said S R Sharma, country head and director of AIC overseas,...


How do you keep your publisher content!

Suhani Singh speaks to Nishad R Deshmukh, the publisher at Career Publications

Mid-Day's print business to be acquired by Jagran Prakarshan

Newspaper giant Jagran Prakashan (JPL) has taken over Mid-Day newspaper a part of Mid-Day Multimedia (MML) Group. PrintWeek India readers will recall that talks...


10 simple tips for the Indian visitor to Ipex

Editorial - Indian visitors, need to be skeptical of the typical trade show clichés. Since the past two months, we have been speaking to vendors and manufacturers...


Ipex 2010: over 2,190 pre-registrations by visitors and 20 exhibitors from India

Samir Lukka interviews Trevor Crawford who says Ipex 2010 is the most important Ipex ever

Malevolent volcanic ash disrupts activities at The London Book Fair

It was depressing for the Indian exhibitors who could not make it to The London Book Fair held from 19 April to 21 April 2010 due to the volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajökull...

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