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Authors Name: Noel D'Cunha

The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column: The Tale of Typesetting

The first time, printing interns at PrintWeek saw an old newspaper, they were stupefied. It was so difficult to imagine typesetting, one by one, by hand, every tiny letter of metal in complex lockups...

On 14 Feb 2021

Fahrenheit 32: When books come in from the cold : The Noel D'Cunha Sunday column

Thomas Abraham, managing director of Hachette India, takes a ringside view of Indian publishing during and after Coronavirus and charts a roadmap as to what could be or should be the future.

On 26 May 2020

The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column: Are the Women Safe in Your Workplace

This Sunday Column is about having simple safety initiatives and improvements to make your workplaces safe. With the recent incident of a woman print entrepreneur murdered in her workplace in Delhi, i...

On 06 Dec 2015

The Myth and the Reality - The Noel D'Cunha Sunday Column

This Sunday Column remembers the proud past of print in India, with stories that we have condemned to amnesia. These are stories about books, about print education, and about GST

On 07 Jun 2015