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Digital opportunities abound at Drupa

Will Drupa 2012 be the great window of opportunity? More importantly will it restore the worldwide print’s confidence?

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Paper industry gains from the educational sector, expects unchanged trade policies in budget 2012

M B S Nair, the president of the Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association is upbeat about government projects such as Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and national literacy...

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Third league of Leaders and Legends from Repro India

Repro India organised the third league of interactive session to discuss thought-provoking topics in publishing at hotel Taj ManSingh on 17 February, 2012.

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Leaders and impact-makers hit the sweet spot in the very first session

When International Print-o-Pac (IPP) installed its first machine, technology was at its cusp, said Amila Singhvi, managing director of IPP. It was also one of the...

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India Offset in Delhi invests in a brand new Heidelberg CD 102 press

Delhi-based India Offset Printers pumped in money to buy a brand new four-colour Heidelberg CD102 offset printing press. Now, the company has 14 in-house offset...

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Drupa Dialogue with Hans Werner Reinhard: "Drupa is at the heart of global printing"

Deputy managing director of Messe Düsseldorf, Hans Werner Reinhard tells Samir Lukka about the technology presentations at Drupa as well as the focus on print buyer...

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What should India expect from Drupa: Steven Schnoll

Mumbai-based print CEOs, Faheem Agboatwala and Iqbal Kherodawala speak to tech-guru, Steven Schnoll. The tech-guru will be in action at the Print Summit conference...

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School books to cost more as input price soars

The leading paper manufacturers are set to increase the price of the paper which in turn will lead to rise in the overall cost of a school textbook.

A summary of RNI’s annual report

Hindi newspapers continue to lead in circulation figures. Registered publications experienced a growth rate of 6.25%.

Exclusive PrintWeek India gets a new website

The Indian print industry’s widely visited PrintWeek India website has migrated to a bigger platform with a new look. It will now function under a new URL www.printweek.in...

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