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Cambridge University Press acquires full ownership of CUP India

Manas Saikia, founding partner and Managing Director of Cambridge University Press India, has announced he will be retiring at the end of April 2014.
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What Open Access to Sci-Tech Research Can Achieve

What Open Access to Sci-Tech Research Can Achieve | The daily digest | Scoop.it
A global movement is on to make sci-tech research accessible to all. How soon will Indian industry and consumers embrace it?
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BMJ Group announces further investment in India

BMJ Group announces further investment in India | The daily digest | Scoop.it
BMJ Group, one of the world’s leading healthcare knowledge providers, this week announced further investment in its India operations.

The company will
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CUP win case against Delhi University

Update on the legal case between Cambridge University Press and Delhi University following the most recent ruling of the Delhi High Court.
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Uncertified copies

Uncertified copies | The daily digest | Scoop.it

Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and Taylor & Francis are reportedly in a legal action for unfair use - this time in India. It's alleged that a photocopying service effectively pirates texts.

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Amazon launches Kindle tablets & e-book readers in India

Amazon launches Kindle tablets & e-book readers in India | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Last week, Amazon Seller Services Pvt Ltd, part of the world’s largest e-commerce firm Amazon.com, launched its marketplace in India at Amazon.in. The firm…
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Ingram Announces Market Entry Into India for VitalSource Bookshelf® E-Textbook Platform

Ingram Announces Market Entry Into India for VitalSource Bookshelf® E-Textbook Platform | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Vital Source Technologies, Inc., Ingram Content Group’s leading e-textbook solution, and B.i. Publications Pvt.
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The changing face of Indian publishing

The changing face of Indian publishing | The daily digest | Scoop.it

Urvashi Butalia, co-founder of Kali For Women and founder of Zubaan Books, is one of the nicest and most respected  figures in publishing (and, in full disclosure, a very good friend).

 

When we asked her to be our expert on one of The Questions That Need Asking that you will read in our Anniversary  Issue, she was, as ever, generous with her time and knowledge. The  constraints of print, and the brief for the issue, meant that what you see on the page is a very abbreviated version of the  conversation. Here, for your delectation, is the full conversation. One of these  days, I must persuade her to write up a complete history of Indian  publishing.

 

Read more:  http://forbesindia.com/blog/life/the-changing-face-of-indian-publishing/#ixzz2HHE8qs3g

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Frugal Medicine - What Indian Doctors Can Teach the US Healthcare System

Frugal Medicine - What Indian Doctors Can Teach the US Healthcare System | The daily digest | Scoop.it

A take on the influence of US medicine from the perspective of an Indian health care professional.

 

What is applicable internationally? What isn't? 

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Amazon launches India Kindle store | The Bookseller

Amazon launches India Kindle store | The Bookseller | The daily digest | Scoop.it

Amazon has opened an India Kindle store on Amazon.com, as well as launching the device for sale at Croma retail stores across the country. The Kindle Store includes over one million titles, priced in rupees.

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