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Reprographic and Printing Services: Life and belief of a woman printer

Ramu Ramanathan spends time at an unusual firm and finds out how the foundation was laid down by the indefatigable JP Vasandani and what printing means to Shobha Subramaniam.

Cool trends define Ramya's progress

Most printers assume that success is to do with only volumes, but for this Bengaluru-based print specialist, it is also infrastructure, machinery and dedicated professionals. Deepika Arwind finds out

Repro India: A revolution in book manufacturing

Content is king at Repro India, whose plants are becoming less print centric. This ensures publishers can create myriad avatars of a book, as Ramu Ramanathan and Samir Lukka find out

Photo Guide: Round the clock at Dainik Bhaskar

How is a newspaper produced? Alok Singh spends time with the Bhaskar team who handle production control, scheduling and job flow. Not to mention printing, and despatching and deliveries

Sanat Shah, chairman of Manugraph is optimistic about print in India

In the Indian industry the adage is, Manugraph sets the tone for print. But last year, wasn't the best of year, and it would be fair to say that the "bhishma pitamah of the industry", Sanat Shah was more pleased than most to put 2009 behind him. The good news is that he's starting to see optimism creep back into the industry.

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