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Picture Gallery: Images from A-List 2018
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Oct 21, 2018

Picture Gallery: Images from A-List 2018

The Campaign India A-List 2018 coffee table book was unveiled in Mumbai on 17 October 2018. The A-List was brought back this year after five years in association with WION in a new avatar. It continues to feature the 500 most influential people in the advertising, marketing and media industry.

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Minute partners HT Media to launch 90Min.in
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Jun 30, 2016

Minute partners HT Media to launch 90Min.in

Kicks off with fan-created English soccer content, plans afoot for Hindi

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Getting HT ready for the digital future: Sanjay Trehan
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Nov 19, 2015

Getting HT ready for the digital future: Sanjay Trehan

The digital veteran explains HT’s bullishness on digital, its converged newsroom, and Brand Studio

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HT hits ‘refresh’ button; says 'Let's Make News Better'
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Sep 09, 2013

HT hits ‘refresh’ button; says 'Let's Make News Better'

Campaign created by Lowe Lintas and Partners to straddle print, OOH, radio, cinema and digital

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INMA South Asia Conference in Delhi to focus on ‘Print: Thriving in the age of digital’
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Aug 13, 2013

INMA South Asia Conference in Delhi to focus on ‘Print: Thriving in the age of digital’

Speakers include Jagran’s Sanjay Gupta; BCCL’s Ravi Dhariwal and Arunabh Das Sharma; HT’s Rajiv Verma; ABP’s DD Purkayasta; GroupM’s CVL Srinivas; The Hindu’s Suresh Srinivasan; INMA’s Earl J Wilkinson; Blackstone’s Amit Dixit; and EY’s Devendra Parulekar

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Why ‘Namaskar’ will be killed by ‘Good morning’
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Mar 18, 2010

Why ‘Namaskar’ will be killed by ‘Good morning’

27th February was Marathi Bhasha Divas. That one has to ‘dedicate’ a day to something, indicates that the issue is something already in dire straits. Like a ‘Clean Mumbai’ day.But it got me thinking. Several years ago, I started using ‘Namaskar’ as my greeting. Admittedly, it is not the most common greeting in the business world, but is it such a strange event in India that it should evoke amused surprise? Would a local saying ‘hola’ in Lisbon cause similar merriment?