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Mumbai based Fashion and Luxury Blogger wins Mrs India IMP Asia Pacific 2018 1st Runners Up Title


By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Shilpi Bose

For Shilpi Bose winning Mrs India Asia Pacific 2018 Title was a cherry on top. She also won the Mrs India Fashion Icon Title 2018. The National pageant was held in mid May at Cidade – de – Goa with the other State winners from all over the country. It is a feather added to her crown, a pit stop in her journey that began as a writer to Digital Marketing to an uprising Fashion Luxury Blogger and model in the Fashion industry. Read more

Remarks by Apurva Purohit at Asia Media Summit 2018


By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

“Ever since Scherezade and the 1001 stories, we have understood the immense power stories can cast, to engage with our listeners, our audiences and our consumers. Whether it is a grandmother telling her grandson the story of Raja Harischandra and teaching him the value of honesty or a brand talking about its USP to position itself more firmly in the consumer’s mind or Star Wars creating a powerful and worldwide equity through its depiction of an alternate universe, stories have taught, transformed, invigorated and entertained all of us.

And we as storytellers and spin doctors have understood all too well that the more we immerse and draw our listeners into our stories the less likely they are to chop off our heads (or our TRPs) whether we are telling them the story through a sitcom, a film, a brand launch, an organization’s growth path or even an annual report!

As today’s topic invites us to introspect on whether story telling is at the centre stage of media success, I would like to put forward not the obvious answer which is naturally a resounding yes, but to suggest to all of you that story telling is indeed not only at the centre of all media success but at the very fulcrum of building anything that is sustainable and long lasting, not just with viewers and listeners but indeed with all stakeholders associated with building an organization, a project or even a country.

While story telling through TV, films, digital and radio is the business we are in, equally stories are a powerful way to engage with all our other stakeholders and constituents both internal or external. Read more



By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Herman Miller Asia Pacific announced the Liveable Office Awards 2017-2018. DSP Design Associates, India was the only design firm in Asia to receive two awards in the category of Best Tech Design and People’s Choice. Ar. Bimal Desai, Founder Director DSP Design was honored to receive the Herman Miller Asia Pacific Liveable Office Award. Read more

Meet Some Of The Notable Indians On Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2018 List


By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

With the highest number of honorees on this year’s 30 Under 30 Asia list – 65 in total – young Indians are storming the startup scene, excelling in a diverse array of occupations.

Given the current median age in the country is just 27 years old, this should be of little surprise. However what does surprise is that this is a group of Indians who are focused on giving back to their country through their endeavors, in whatever way they can.

Targeting the millennial market

Bobble Keyboard’s 26-year-old cofounder Ankit Prasad is one of the list honorees looking at the millennial market. Determined to make the mobile texting experience more individual, visual and expressive, he created the Bobble Keyboard along with cofounder Mohd Wassem. Download the app, take a selfie, and the technology will create a cartoon image of you to apply to the keyboard’s database of stickers, GIFs, fonts, emojis, and comics — all for you to share with friends. They say their app has been downloaded around 10 million times to date.

As sustainability sets a trend, 28-year-old Rahul Gayam, CTO of Gayam Motor Works, joined brother Raja in creating electric auto-rickshaws and bikes for the Indian market. They’ve partnered with domestic taxi company Ola and with the government of Andhra Pradesh state on a fleet of electric vehicles.

There’s also Bala Sarda, the 26-year-old founder and CEO of Vahdam Teas. While there’s no shortage of homegrown tea brands in India, Sarda has raised $2 million in funding to operate a direct-to-consumer business. His model, designed to support domestic farmers, emphasizes freshness as they process, pack, and ship teas directly to the consumer within 24-72 hours of production.

Famous faces

While India is considered the birthplace of the game of polo as it is played today, the sport had largely lapsed into the arms of the army until the 19-year-old Royal, the titular Maharaja of Jaipur, Padmanabh Singh, an avid sportsman, took up its cause. Not only captaining the first Indian polo team to head to England in 20 years, the NYU-student was also the youngest Indian member of a World Cup polo team — and the youngest ever winner of the Indian Open Polo Cup. And that’s not all, Singh also takes his responsibilities as the King of Jaipur seriously, ensuring all traditional functions continue to be carried out, and keeping a hand in managing the family’s heritage properties across the city. Read more

Dia Mirza At The Panel Discussion With UNEP Asia Pacific


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Dia Mirza from the panel discussion on mobilising citizen engagement to Beat Pollution with UNEP Asia Pacific (@UNEPAsiaPacific) in Bangkok. Read more

People Queue Up at Columbia Asia Hospital Screening Camp for Treatment of Neurological Disorders


By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

People from Patiala and nearby regions flocked to a free screening camp organized by Columbia Asia Hospital in high numbers on 8th and 9th of this month for medical consultation, diagnosis, and treatment of neurological disorders.

The camp was organized not only to treat patients but also to spread awareness and educate people about these disorders.

Doctors provided free medical consultation from morning 9 AM to 1:30 AM on over 15 neurological disorders, including stroke, brain hemorrhage, epilepsy, migraine, vertigo, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, neurotoxic diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, and many others

“People have come in good numbers. Doctors have provided free consultation to 105people in the past two days. Neurological disorders are associated with social stigma and it is difficult for people to come out in open and go for medical consultation. Therefore, it felt all the more good to see people coming out of their closets and discuss their problems” said Dr. Satwant Sachdeva, Consultant Neurologist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Patiala.

Around 3 crore people in India suffer from neurological disorders, with an approximate prevalence of 2400 people per lakh population. Although there seems to be lack of data on a number of neurological disorders in Patiala, but an independent study published in 2015 for epilepsy, reported prevalence of over 7 persons per 1000 people,  while it showed a crude incidence rate of around 60 per  lakh population. In the given scenario, people need to be more aware of various neurological disorders prevalent so that they can go for the proper treatment and help those who are suffering from these diseases. Read more

Columbia Asia Hospital Visits DPSGI School to Spread Awareness on Deworming amongst Kids


By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Observing the National Deworming Day, Dr. Sumit Gupta, Consultant Paediatrician, from Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad, visited DPSGI School to breakdown the importance of deworming for good health. Breaking down the subject and making it easy for kids, he explained how anaemia, malnourishment, impaired mental and physical development are caused by worm infections, which are transmitted to kids from soil. Read more

India’s first ever Adventure Sports Expo Asia 2018 concluded its maiden edition in Delhi


By  K Ashwin  Mobile: 09920183006  Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Adventure Sports Expo Asia 2018, the biggest adventure sports event in the country was concluded on 29th January at Hotel Four Points by Sheraton, New Delhi on a positive note. This unique and first of its kind expo witnessed the participation from over 60+ brands and 5000+ visitors with the adventure sports enthusiasts over the 3-day long adventure extravaganza. Many eminent dignitaries including Mr. Amitabh Kant (NITI Ayog), Mr. Kapil Dev, Mr. Madan Lal, Mr. Murali Kartik (Renown Cricketers), Mr. Rajiv Pratap Rudy- Member of Parliament, Ms. Malvath Poorna- Youngest Woman to climb Mount Everest and Mr. Shekhar Babu-First Indian Mountaineer to climb Mount Everest didn’t only attend this first of its kind Expo but also spoke highly about it. Read more

The film market of jiff ‘THE MERCHANT’ is now counted in some of the greatest festivals of Asia


By K. Ashwin Mob: 00919920183006 E-mail: indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

The intention behind hosting the Jaipur International Film Festival is not only to show some fine movies from around the world to entertain the viewers but also it is intended to provide a world class market for the producers. The film market of jiff ‘THE MERCHANT’ is now counted in some of the greatest festivals of Asia. The local directors are getting a chance to show their movies in JIFF where they get opportunity to present their film in front of well re-knowned directors from around the globe. In JIFF-2013, the organizers have focused on film market too.

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