India's economic momentum drops to 'historic' low but BJP govt busy with 'tamashas' and PR, says CPM leader Sitaram Yechury
India's economic momentum has dropped to a 'historic' low but the government does not have any plans to make it better, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Thursday said
Refashioning India: Maitrayee Chaudhuri on shifts in media representation of women, sway of PR, advertising
In Refashioning India, Maitrayee Chaudhuri focuses on post-liberalised India, where a market-driven media witnessed phenomenal growth, and within which dramatic changes in the manner in which men and women were represented occurred
Nanu Ki Jaanu actor Manu Rishi on fifth film with Abhay Deol: 'It’s fun acting with a seasoned professional'
Manu Rishi talks about his film, Nanu ki Jaanu, meeting Majid Majidi and what casting changes he would have made had he written Pink.
Malayalam actress assault case: Dileep’s PR blitzkrieg could backfire as cops, court keep close watch
There seems to be a concerted PR effort on social media to salvage the reputation of Dileep
Uber’s case is not an ordinary PR disaster
Narendra Modi, in Twitter banter with Ravi Shastri, used wit and cricketing jargon to produce magic PR
The clever way in which Narendra Modi responded to Ravi Shastri's congratulatory note on Twitter with a little bit of cricket lingo thrown in requires savvy, a developed sense of wit, and a certain flair not usually seen in our politicians
The platform already features publications of India, Singapore, the US and the UAE
Why would you not want to join a profession like PR which allows you to write creative prose and make inventive use of your imagination?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was busy doing his own "PR" (public relations) and has not done anything concrete so far, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said on Tuesday.
India has brought home six metals, thereby inaugurating its metal tally at the Cannes Lions 2014. Indian entries bagged two silvers in the Direct category, and one silver and three bronzes in the PR category.
The Indian awards business has become so huge and extravagant that it is almost pointless,
The move comes a month after former Tata group chairman Ratan Tata, for whom the Nano was a dream come true, admitted that marketing the model as the cheapest car was a mistake. He had also said the company is planning to relaunch the car.
Here are seven tell-tale signs just from last week of a party that appears to be on the verge of a nervous breakdown.