Between Us - Issue 36

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INSIDE...
April
2016,
volume
no.
36
COVER STORY
04 Fever
2015 was the year of conquer
24 StarS in the City
Excerpts from exclusive SITC sessions held in last quarter
fEaTuRES
15 health & FitneSS
Tips on fitness for working professionals
22 teChnology
Phones for us – Newsflash!
28 Mountain PaintingS
Collection of paintings – Sunanda Khajuria
REgulaRS
10 CoFFee with the leader
Vivek Khanna – CEO, HMVL
12 interview with the leader
Mahesh Krishnan – Chief Revenue Officer
16 newS FroM the ht world
Various events in the last quarter at HT locations
36 travel tiMe
Media Marketing team travels to Macau
38 FaMily tiMe
Sharing moments from the HT Family
39 newS FroM the hinduStan
Updates from the Hindi Jagat
56 Cartoon
Jayanto looks at Radio Nasha’s impact on our lives
COnTESTS
55 wordMaze
Fun corner for your leisure time
REwaRdS
REwa
E
Ewa
RdS & RECOgniT
RECOgniTiOn
30 reward & reCognition
It’s time to honour talent at HT
TEaM BEHind
design @ PealiDezine; english editorial:
Lipi Mohapatra; hindi editorial:
Sudhanshu Srivastava, Rakesh Taneja,
Ashok Kushwaha & Team; technology
Section: Mint Edit Team; Cartoon:
Jayanto Bannerjee; hr: Ashima Deepak
Kaul; Pre-Production: Sudhir Wadhwa &
Team; Production: Noida Press
CEO’S message
Good Accomplishments
The strength behind our achievements are our people. Our accolades are
praiseworthy, however, there is work to be done
H
T Media recorded yet another successful
FY 2015-16. Our effectiveness is based on the
uncompromising quality to continuously
strive to dream big, better our performance,
improve our productivity through innovations and
keep abreast with new technologies.
The results are encouraging. In print, our
business grew by 9% (sales). Our Hindi business
is growing profitably and continues to register smart
double digit growth. HT Mumbai has emerged as the
indisputable second largest publication, fast narrowing
the gap with the market leader. HT South has significantly
contributed to our success by doubling its revenue. We
need to continue to increase our revenue growth through
enhanced productivity and hard work and increase our
value proposition for all stakeholders.
Our digital newsroom has greatly enhanced our
capability to deliver news quickly to our readers who are
increasingly logging on to get news online. We have, by
incorporating new emerging technologies, been able to
connect with audiences as stories break and continuously
provide important updates. Our capability to magnificently
and seamlessly integrate our print editions and online news
has enriched the reading experience of our consumers.
“Fever” continues its trailblazing performance and is
the fastest growing radio network in the country. With the
launch of “Nasha,” we are the only radio network to have 2
FM stations in Delhi and Mumbai. In a rapid turnaround,
our radio business has trebled its top line in the last 4
years, generating a healthy cash flow.
We have successfully aligned with our partners and the
One India Alliance has done remarkably, growing over
100% last financial year. An additional contribution to our
growth has been the media marketing improvement, as we
focus on creating business media solutions for our clients.
Education continues to be a focus area and we have
taken some innovative steps to further strengthen our
commitment to empower future generations. At Shine.
com, we are driving innovative solutions in the recruitment
space and improving efficiency through increasing
sales productivity. Studymate is being speedily
recognised for its quality content, “Sharpen Series”
and teaching skills, and has doubled its geographical
reach last year. The launch of the online, realtime, English language training program “English
Mate” has already provided, not just students, but
professionals and housewives, tools to better their
skills, gain confidence and fructify their aspirations. Bridge
School of Management is well positioned as a high quality
post-graduation education provider and plans to expand its
portfolio to tap the fresh students market to provide Industry
exposure and employment opportunities.
As a responsible corporate, we have, in partnership
with the residents of Gosana and Lohvan villages begun
the process of improving lives of the inhabitants through
sustainable interventions in education, health and
sanitation, women empowerment and infrastructure
improvement. Our commitment to better the lives of people
who live here has resulted in making available drinking
water, ensuring better equipped schools, a cleaner external
environment, regular health camps, and imparting financial
and skill training to women to make them self–reliant and
confident. We will keep you posted about how the CSR
activities are improving the lives of the people we serve in
our community.
The strength behind our achievements are our people,
our greatest assets. We attract the best talent available and
we will continue to build a seamless, well-coordinated team
that respects each other. We are committed to empowering
our employees through training, technology and engagement
so that their engagement and commitment pushes them to
stretch their strengths and move this company forward.
Our accolades are praiseworthy and we must take
pride in them. However, another financial year is here and
we must not rest on our laurels. There is work to be done
and, given your enthusiasm, dedication and hard work, I
am convinced we are going to beat our targets and deliver
a strong performance once again.
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Cover Story
At Fever, 2015 was a ‘Time to Conquer’
I
n 2015 Fever FM, the fastest
growing FM station in India
aggressively continued its focus
on growth through innovation while
establishing new milestones. The
year was a landmark year for Fever.
Not only did brand Fever continue its
domination of key content and brand
pillars but also laid a solid foundation
for significant business growth in the
coming years.
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HT Media Ltd. entered the
intensely fought 44 days FM Phase III
e-auction with a two-pronged strategy
– to strengthen the metro presence
and to form a strong footprint in UP,
the largest Hindi market.
HT came out as the biggest
investor (investing over Rs 500 cr),
with Fever expanding its footprint
from 4 to 13 cities and 15 stations.
• Fever FM is the only radio network
to have two radio stations in the
biggest FM markets of Delhi and
Mumbai.
• Also, with the first ever successful
acquisition of a radio station in the
FM industry in Chennai and a win in
Hyderabad, Fever FM will now have a
presence in each of the 6 metro
markets.
• In UP, Fever won licenses for seven
stations - Lucknow, Kanpur, Agra,
Allahabad, Aligarh, Bareilly and
Gorakhpur. In UP Fever is going to
win hearts of 80 million listeners, a
relatively untapped base.
The investment is a great
testimony to the Fever Business and
above all to the Fever team, which has
made the impossible work possible.
InnovatIon – Fever’s Dna
Innovation is in Fever’s DNA – be it
music or non-music content. Few
instances of innovative content in
2015 are - IPRs, festivals and
devotional shows.
Band Baaja Fever returned on
Fever for the second year and Fever
once again gave its listeners a
dream wedding. The IPR got a
tremendous response with 20,000 +
SMS and 500+ registrations. Apart
from glamour of engaging with
Bollywood stars, the winning couple
got the rare opportunity to conduct
their ring ceremony mid-air in a
helicopter.
entertainment Ka Baap (eKB)
awards 2016, another Fever IPR and
the only entertainment awards on
radio, got bigger with participation of
Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika
Padukone, Shahrukh Khan and Arijit
Fever FM establishes
IPRs with music
and non-music
innovations
Singh. The Awards were spread
across 17 Categories. Amitabh
Bachchan, the recipient of BAAP
SALAAM of the year award for his
contribution to the field of
entertainment, took to his blog and
shared the felicitation with his 19
million fans.
Pujo (Kolkata) – Fever covered Pujo
like no other radio station does with
unique properties like ‘Deb Debi and
Dhaker Tale’.
Ganapati (Mumbai) – Fever provided
unparalleled coverage of the Ganpati
festivities and even gave listeners a
unique view of pandals from a
helicopter.
navratri (Delhi) - Fever continued
its ritual of awarding a flat during
Navratri in Delhi. The promotion
attracted 50,000+ SMS as entries.
DevotIonal
Fever is not only about music, but is
about entertainment and catering to
various consumer segments and
needs. In fact it is the GEC of radio.
Devotional content has a huge
traction and acceptance in India.
Fever 104 FM launched ‘Sainath’ –
Sabka Malik Ek’, a contemporary
devotional show, which helped
listeners discover the life of Sai Baba,
revealed his life’s magical moments
and covered how he helped people
from their illnesses and taught them
to live a better life. Movie Star Jackie
Shroff played Sai baba.
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Cover Story
Mrs Bhartiya with
the Fever Team
Fever demonstrated the ultimate
innovation and took the path breaking
initiative of launching a 24/7
Bollywood station in Chennai.
Fever 91.9 FM Launch –
chennai’s hottest
BoLLywood station
Fever brought the trademark Fever
brand experience to Chennai with the
first ever successful acquisition of a
station in the industry, that of Aaha
91.9 FM in Chennai, and completely
changed the station from the product,
brand and identity standpoint.
Fever conducted extensive research
before the launch and tapped into
emerging cultural and entertainment
trends of Chennai. Research with
migrants and new age Tamilians in
Chennai revealed widespread demand
of Bollywood movies and music. As part
of its offering for Chennai’s listeners
Fever 91.9 FM plays popular and
Fever 91.9 FM
appropriates the
‘leader Bollywood
station’ position
in Chennai
familiar Bollywood hits and features
Bollywood celebrities, interviews,
gossip and contests. Its apt tagline
‘Idhu Bollywoodin Superstar’ in essence
means ‘Fever is Bollywood’s superstar’.
From the first month of
commencement of operations Fever
Chennai station has delivered the
AOP numbers with retail contribution
of more than 70% and the station has
become a customer delight.
Fever implemented aggressive
marketing initiatives in Chennai to
connect with the listeners such as
movie premiers, cinema advertising,
roadshows across key landmarks,
mall activations, youth events, etc.
To appropriate Bollywood plank in
Chennai, Fever has sponsored every
major Bollywood concert in the city Farhan Akhtar, Ankit Tiwari, Javed
Ali, Kanika Kapoor, Amit Kumar and
now Shreya Ghoshal to name a few.
Innovative promotions such as ‘I Love
Fever’ where listeners stood a chance
to win Rs 91,900 every hour gave
Chennaites more reasons to love the
city’s hottest and most innovative
Bollywood Station.
Fever also forged a strategic
partnership with The Hindu that covers
editorial integration & advertisements
Mrs Bhartiya
Chairperson &
Harshad Jain,
CEO - Fever
to take Bollywood to
Chennaites.
These
include Fever Top 10,
full page ads and
integrations focused on
entertainment and
Bollywood.
Fever –
Destination
station For the
Youth
Fever has become the preferred
brand of the youth and excels in
providing ‘money can’t buy
experiences’ as it continues to provide
complete domination of Bollywood,
Music, Sports and Local Connect. It is
well poised to delight its listeners
with continuous moments of joy
through innovative content.
• Chr Music – Fever is a contemporary
hit radio station (CHR) and has a
perfect blend of hit songs for the youth
with biggest stars & unique properties.
The music focuses on trending singers
and music directors.
• Content – Shows on Fever have a
distinct youth connect and are widely
followed on airwaves and on digital
media
• Luvshuv.Com – an effervescent
show and India’s first
show that got the
youth blind dates on
air. Hosted by flirty RJ
Rhicha and RJ Addy.
• Pyar ka punchnama
– hosted by Love coach
RJ Rahul Makin
captures the insecurities
of love. Loyalty test is a
unique segment.
• alleyah one on one – RJ Alleyah is
a companion to the youth in Mumbai
and plays the best music at the
midnight hours (11 pm – 1 am). The
show has given a new dimension to
the usual graveyard hours.
• radio Magazine – RJ Divya hosts
an innovative show in a magazine
format in Bangalore that has a very
whacky and vibrant feel.
• ready steady Po – RJ Sindhu
captures the pulse of Chennai with
the best of Bollywood music.
Fever – inDustrY
DoMination in Coverage oF
BoLLYwooD & sPorts
Fever FM enjoys unparalled equity
and domination in Bollywood. Fever
is second home to the biggest
Bollywood stars and they are often at
Cover Story
Fever studios basking in unique
promotions and engaging with Fever
listeners. Fever enjoys 90% share of
Bollywood promotions on radio, with
30% revenue market share and
provides listeners ‘Money Can’t Buy
experiences’. The biggest and the
best grossers are promoted on Fever
- exclusive partnerships with movies
like Piku, Dilwale, Welcome Back,
Tamasha, Baby, Ek Villain, Queen to
name a few. Salman Khan visit to
Fever Mumbai and his dance video
got a million + views on Fever
YouTube channel and views are
growing unabated.
SportS
In 2015 Fever continued to
power the sporting revolution
in India – cricket and other
sports. Fever was the
official radio partners
of IPL teams across
its metro stations –
Delhi Daredevils,
Royal Challengers
Bangalore and
Mumbai Indians
and presented its
listeners unique
experiences. One of the innovations
was JP Duminy, the DD captain
singing Bollywood songs at Fever
studios in a unique accent.
Fever was the official radio partner
of Atletico De Kolkata & Mumbai City
FC ISL teams and took the football
fever across metros to a new frenzy.
Fever also partnered in promoting
Hockey, Kabbadi and Badminton
across its markets.
InnovatIve ClIent SolutIonS
Advertiser look to Fever for the
unique Fever advantage that is
evident in the clutter breaking
solutions that drive the brand
proposition and customer response.
Bacardi Good Crazy Fun Hour –
‘Bacardi Good Crazy Fun Hour’ every
Saturdays 8 to 9 pm for over a year.
absolut limited edition launch –
‘Absolut Sounds of India’ on-air
campaign and on-ground activations.
Fever FM’s innovative
solutions help
brands connect with
consumers
Grocermax Campaign – Fever RJs
went to sabzi mandis to verify the
promise of honesty and low price.
unibic Campaign – Professor
Bicaraman character interacted with
listeners in his inimitable manner.
Mad Morning show was named
Unibic Mad Mornings.
Kurkure tounge twister Challenge
– Fever RJs tongue twister challenge
went hugely viral.
Honda ‘I am amazed’ campaign –
Fever created a campaign that was
used by the client pan-India across
radio stations.
Jor tea – A sonic innovation - Fever
anthem was musically fused in a very
creative way to end with ‘Fever Ek
Sho Chaa’ - Cha being Tea in Bengali.
Idea Cellular – 6 listeners got view of
Ganesh Utsav pandals on a helictopter.
Fever voICe oF CHanGe
(FvoC) – tHe BIGGeSt CSr In
tHe HIStory oF radIo
There isn’t a CSR initiative in the
radio industry with a monthly
calendar of activities. FVOC not only
undertook new initiatives but also
continued to support the needy that
were identified under the initiatives
of 2015 such as the acid attack
survivors. The mission of ‘Badlaav’
was taken forward with initiatives
such as Road Safety & Save a Life. A
listener called Fever informing about
an unfortunate incident where he lost
his father because the ambulance was
stuck in traffic and no one gave way.
Thereby,
Fever
initiated
Ambulance First Initiative under Road
Safety and appealed citizens to turn
left when they saw an ambulance on
road. ‘Ambulance ho toh left ho jao’
was Fever’s impactful message. Under
Save a life Fever partnered YouWeCan
foundation of Yuvraj Singh (a cancer
survivor), and for weeks Yuvraj came
on air with 100 cancer patients, one a
day, and motivated them to embrace
life and overcome cancer.
FVOC has witnessed a lot of
enthusiasm. Not just celebrities but
common people who thought they did
not have a voice were given a platform
to become the harbingers of change.
Fever rules The rAM ChArTs
Fever FM has truly changed the radio
listening experience in India. Despite
being one of the newest players in the
industry, Fever is known today for
playing more quality music than any
other radio station. The radio channel
is also the most preferred amongst
20-34 years SEC AB target audience
– Fever’s core target group.
Fever FM leads 6 of the 8 drive
time shows in the 4 metros and has
the highest Time Share Listening
(TSL, mins of listenership per week)
in all its markets. Fever attracts more
than 17.5 million listeners across the
four Indian metros – Delhi, Mumbai,
Bengaluru and Kolkata.
Fever enjoys absolute leadership for
240 weeks in Delhi in share, TSL and
Harshad Jain, CEO – Radio and Entertainment, HT Media Ltd.
said, ‘This is the most exciting phase for Fever FM. We have
launched our second radio station, Radio Nasha 107.2 FM, in
Delhi and Radio Nasha 91.9 FM in Mumbai. Radio Nasha is
India’s first cool retro station and will mainly play Bollywood
music from the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. This launch is testimony of rock
solid conviction, culture of winning and excellent team work at
Fever. I am proud to be part of this team and look forward to work
shoulder to shoulder to establish new milestones at Fever.
cumes, is No. 2 CHR station in Mumbai
(20-34 yrs old, SEC AB), is No. 1 in
Bangalore at 14% (in non-Kannada
space) and ahead of No. 2, 3 and 4 put
together, and is now the No. 1 station in
Kolkata (7 am - midnight) witnessing
over 100 % growth over last one year.
Fever FAMily DAy
The success that Fever has witnessed
would simply not have been possible
without the moral support and
understanding of the family members.
One of the way we have found to
thank them is to celebrate our success
every year with them. Fever family
day was celebrated across stations
with family members where achievers
were felicitated and everyone had a
gala time.
Year 2016 brings fresh challenges
and opportunities. As Fever braces
for growth, we are also excited to offer
millions of listeners in new markets
the unique Fever experience.
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coffee with the leader
Business of Content
Limitations are ladders of growth as they force you to think of new ways
to resolve existing problems
A
n IIM-A alumnus, when Vivek Khanna
started his career with Hindustan
Levers, it was in a village named
Etah. Fresh out of Management College,
aiming for a corporate job, this village was
definitely not a dream scenario for him. But,
even today he passionately speaks about his
time spent at this village as a management
trainee. Miles from home, hours from the
city, the experiences he drew from this village
continue to stay with him.
During the initial years of his career, he
got a first hand experience of what simplicity
is. The openness with which the villagers
embraced the management trainees, their
quirky questions and their innocence simply
humbled all the management lessons he
learnt during his studies.
Vivek Khanna believes that work
is important. And every attempt
made to complete any task is a
learning journey. He believes
that sometimes in organisations
having a conducive environment
to perform can make people less
innovative. Being low on resources
makes you think out of the box and
hence innovate. Innovation at every
level can help make simple tasks
extraordinary.
Vivek believes that as a
professional, what drives you has
to be your passion for work. This
passion guides him always to look at
the glass as half full, not empty.
While speaking to the employees
during Coffee with the Leader
session held at the Fever Lounge
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in February, Vivek Khanna underlined the
importance of hard work, the necessity for
intentional innovation and the expansion
plans of HMVL.
InnovatIon and CreatIvIty
A consistent culture of innovation yields
benefits to a larger number of people. Such
systematic commitment to innovation is even
more relevant to a media organisation like ours.
We are encouraging new ideas from each one
of you. A joint effort to rise above competition
with innovation is the need of the hour. This is
only possible when we encourage each other to
think out of the box. The simplest of activities
can be given a new spin. A new way of doing
everyday activities regenerates fresh outlook
and interest.
Technology has changed several things
in our lives. How we further benefit from
this technology engagement is for all of
us to ideate. Whether it is building
a brand name, or fortifying the
existing business operations,
innovation is the key.
Our
resources
and
competitor’s
strengths
are never the limitations
to achieving our goals.
BusIness of Content
There are reasons why digital is
becoming important. It will continue
to do so. Digital becoming important
does not mean print is dying. It probably
means we need to innovate. Our print
business has grown and will continue
growing in the next 5 years. And one
Vivek Khanna sharing his ideas with HT employees on intentional innovation and why it is important for business growth
business that will never die is the content
business. Everyone wants good content and
everyone wants entertainment.
It is true that web and mobile-based
applications are challenging the traditional
print advertising business. A focus on digital
doesn’t mean the gradual demise of print. It
only means an additional platform to reach
out to our audience. It makes our existing
print brands stronger.
Hindustan Media Ventures
Today, Hindustan Media Ventures (HMVL),
owner of the Hindi daily Hindustan, has a
readership base of over 15 million across Bihar,
Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and
Delhi. People in rural belt retain the purchasing
power despite low economic growth. This has
made advertisers focus on regional audience,
driving industry’s growth. One of our strategies
is to focus on regional markets, thus leading to
higher growth in advertising.
PositiVe GrowtH
Currently, we are growing faster than
our industry average. Our investments in
our newspaper and distribution network
have paid off. Along with this, a focussed
approach to brand building in new markets
has yielded us better advertising and
circulation growth.
A focus on
digital
doesn’t mean
the gradual
demise of
print
HMVL today gets 73% of its revenue
from advertising, which has grown at 15%
annually over the past five years, from Rs.300
crore in FY10 to Rs.600 crore in FY15. Over
the past three years, HMVL has grown its
advertisement revenue at 11% per annum.
HMVL generates over 70% of revenue from
Bihar and UP. While it is No.1 in Bihar and
No.2 in UP, HMVL has still managed to
grow at a higher pace than its competitors.
As per the last readership survey of 2013,
the company has become the second-largest
selling newspaper, outpacing Dainik Bhaskar.
It is our consistent effort to connect with
readers through unique initiatives that
has made us successful. Our continuous
engagement with readers has given us
tremendous feedback to improve our product
offerings. We have invested in our print
capability and design to reflect a better
look and feel. That apart, customisation of
products and the launch of new supplements
to reflect emerging trends in some of these
markets have given us good mileage.
Initiatives like Hindustan Apke Dwar in Bihar,
where certain government officials interacted
directly with the audience, met with huge
success in resolving local issues. It has weekly
supplements such as Hindustan Job Search,
Movie Magic and others targeting education,
English learning, health and lifestyle.
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interview leadership team
‘Competitive spirit is what
drives me every day’
Meet the man who measures success by revenue target, growth and fun. He feels to
make any day productive, it is important to sell ideas and convert them into wins
N
umbers play an important
sucrole in his life. So does suc
cess, reading, enjoying work
necessarand winning, though not necessar
ily in that order. He believes that in
the event of a dispute, attacking the
issue is far better than attacking
inthe departments or personalities in
volved. Meet Mahesh Krishnan, chief
inrevenue officer HT Media. In an in
terview with Between Us, he shares
satishis views on success, work satis
factions and his favourite book.
Excerpts:
ready over the previous night when
the ads for the next day are finalized
and printed. Unlike in other businesses where the revenue numbers for
the day are out only at the end of the
day. So, I needed to make a huge adjustment with regards to this. Since
I cannot do much for the day’s business, my focus is on the next day and
the future. So, the first thing that I do
is look at the ads which were missed
on that day and then engage with my
team to see how we can win most of
them back.
when you come to office in
the morning and assume the
role of CrO, what are your first
thoughts?
This is the first time I am work
working in the media industry. It is a
completely new business to me
and I am very excited about the
learning that this industry brings.
I think that the role of a revenue
head in a media company is very
different from that of any other
company. The day’s revenue is al
al-
How do you define a productive day?
In my opinion, the CRO’s role is an
external facing one. The media marketing function is all about getting
advertising business for our newspapers. As the leader of this team, I
would need to work closely with my
team members in meeting our clients and agencies to extract business
from them.
Also, it is becoming increasingly
important to “create” business especially for print media. To grow
our revenues, we have to increasingly sell print ideas or solutions
to our clients and then get them to
spend on these ideas. In order to
make the day productive, we have to
sell our ideas and convert them into
wins for us. And to do this, I feel that
A happy and
motivated team
always delivers
success
I should be out in the market place
meeting clients and agencies along
with my team members. The days
that I do this, I would define them
as productive.
As a CRO, how do you bridge the gap
between marketing, sales and other
functions?
Media marketing is indeed a bridge
between the external customers and
the internal functions. To that extent we are internal customers for all
other functions like marketing, circulation, HR, operations, etc. Any gap
between us and the other functions
can be extremely dysfunctional for
the organization.
I believe that I have a huge responsibility to ensure that there is no gap
between us and other functions. It is
imperative that we align as one team
and we will be able to deliver far better value for the organization. For example, I am now working on a project
to sell print and digital properties in
an integrated fashion.
In my opinion, the best way to
work together is to define clear processes and implement them strongly.
Also, in the event of a dispute, attack
the issue rather than the departments or personalities involved.
Aligning all teams to the common
goal of the company also helps as
people tend to focus on departmental
performance metrics forgetting the
larger goal at hand.
What are your metrics to measure
success of the organisation?
A happy motivated team always
delivers success. I strive to build teams
that have a positive air about them. I
also encourage the leaders in my team
to get their teams motivated so that
we can deliver strong results. Today’s
Mahesh Krishnan
with wife and son
The first measure of
success for my team is
meeting and beating the
overall revenue target
business environment is a tough one
and tests people in high pressure
functions like Media Marketing.
The first measure of success for
my team is meeting and beating the
overall revenue target. This is the
core deliverable of the function and
hence the most critical one.
The second measure of success
is growth. I believe that we have
to strive for growth and look at all
opportunities to achieve growth. Not
growing is an indication of things not
heading in the right direction and will
then lead to negative results. In order
to grow in the print business, it is
necessary to innovate and sell ideas
along with solutions.
The last but not the least measure
of success is fun. We spend a huge
portion of our day (especially in
this connected world) on work. It is
important that we enjoy it and have
fun while working. It brings in positive
energy and thoughts which in turn
bring in positive results. Individuals
and teams that are enjoying or having
fun at work are most likely to succeed
with their business goals.
Who and what is your motivation
everyday?
I am a very competitive person. I
enjoy competition and nothing is
sweeter than the feeling that you
get when you have beaten your
competition. This competitive spirit
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inTerview leadership team
is what drives me every day. I am
inspired by people who win. I have
been lucky to have great bosses
throughout my career. Each one of
them have helped me learn and will
remain as motivators for me.
On a typical day at work, what gives
you satisfaction by the end of the day
as you leave office?
I start my day with certain tasks
that I need to complete for the day.
I then try to complete as many of
them as possible. In my role, there
are many times when I need to take
quick decisions and team members
are reaching out to me for getting
these decisions. I feel very satisfied
if I have managed to address all the
actions that needed a decision from
me on that day. If I have been able to
achieve most of the tasks that I set
out to do at the beginning, that also
gives me immense satisfaction. The
big days are ones where either I or
my team members have been able to
close a big win.
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The best way to
work together is to
define clear processes
and implement
them strongly
Tell us something about your leisure
activities and how do you spend time
over the weekends?
I love to travel. I have been to
many beautiful places in India and
abroad. I enjoy planning the trip and
invariably try to do offbeat things
during these trips.
I enjoy watching movies too.
Language is not a barrier and I have
watched movies in many Indian and
foreign languages. Recently I saw
the movie Spotlight which is about
investigative journalism by a team
of newspaper journalists. Now that
I am part of a newspaper, I enjoyed
it even more.
Luckily both my wife and my son
are equally passionate about both
movies and travelling.
Weekends are spent relaxing,
watching movies or any live sporting
event on television. I love to watch
tennis, football and of course cricket.
Your favourite book and a quote from
the book that you cherish.
I used to be an avid reader. But in
recent years my reading has really
come down. I love fiction and my
favourite authors are Jeffrey Archer,
P.G. Wodehouse and John Grisham. I
am a big fan of comic books. Asterix,
Tintin and Amar Chitra Kathas are
evergreen favourites and I love to
read them even today.
I am not a big fan of business
or management books though I
have read a lot of them in the early
years of my career. However, I
was introduced to a book by one
of my bosses which has become
my favourite management
book. It is called The Goal
by Eliyahu M Goldratt and
Jeff Cox.
From this book, I love the quote:
“Since the strength of the
chain is determined by the
weakest link, the first step
to improve an organization
must be to identify the
weakest link.”
HealtH & fitness
Not Fit Enough
For the desk worker, what’s much more crucial than intermittent
exercise is regular movement, which prevents muscle breakdown
T
photo: istock
he fitness rules are changing.
You work out for an hour in
the morning, then shower,
eat, and head to work. While this may
appear like a story of someone leading
a healthy life, experts feel that regular
workouts are not enough when you
have desk job which involves several
hours spent on laptop in hunchedover typing positions. Working at a
desk for a long stretch increases your
risk of injuries. For example, typing
is known to contribute to internal
rotation of the shoulders, which can
contribute to shoulder impingement.
Fitness experts note that the time
spent sitting in a desk is undermining
your workout time.
It’s true. Even if you exercise or hit
the gym religiously, it might still not
be quite enough to undo the hours you
spend at your desk without having the
time to get up and simply stretch your
muscles. You may find yourself gaining
weight, feeling sluggish and fatigued
throughout the day. While you may not
be able to break out of the routine office
work right now, there’s plenty you can
do to maintain your health.
Studies show that sedentary
workers who exercised were
equally at risk for health issues
as those who didn’t exercise
regularly. For the desk worker,
what’s much more crucial than
intermittent exercise is regular
movement, which prevents
muscle breakdown.
Standing alone creates enough
of a stimulus to prevent sluggishness.
The ideal equation will be five minutes
of standing for every thirty minutes of
sitting. Stretching while you stand has
added health benefits. It may look silly,
Studies show that
sedentary workers
who exercised were
equally at risk for
health issues
but get over it.
It’s important, and
your health is worth a
comment or two.
photo: shutterstock
Not only do frequent work breaks
help get some movement in during an
otherwise long day at the desk, but they
also increase productivity by regulating
your blood flow, say health experts.
With a little effort, you can achieve
a healthy lifestyle. How do you do that?
One starting point is to dramatically
increase your time spent getting up
from your office chair or walking.
CubiCle Workout routine
Sitting in a chair for long hours slows
your metabolism and leaves you with
a stiff back. Metabolism is the process
by which your body converts what you
eat and drink into energy. You gain
weight when you eat more calories
than you burn. The more you can
break up a sitting session, the better.
During lunch break take a powerwalk outside. Were you going to email
your co-worker? Walk down the hall
and talk to them instead.
Many office workers develop back
problems. A stiff back will worsen your
mood and make it difficult to sleep at
night. Don’t let sitting at a desk get the
better of you. Take every opportunity
possible to stand up and engage your
back muscles. For instance, you can
take a phone call while standing up
and gently bending your upper body
to either side.
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HT news
HT LOCATIONS
Jingle Bells
S
anta Clause came to several HT
locations and celebrated the joy of
Christmas with people. There were
cakes, celebrations, games and several
other fun activities for employees.
Besides Delhi/NCR, locations like
Meerut, Dhanbad, Jamshedpur, Ranchi,
Jharkhand celebrated the festival.
1
2
1. Celebrations at
Ranchi location
2. Christmas
Celeberation at
Gurgaon office
3. Christmas
Celebration at
Bareilly office
photo: shutterstock
3
HT LOCATIONS
HT LOCATIONS
New Year Celebrations
Sports Carnival
E
mployees across HT locations celebrated New Year
with fervour. There were wishes,
new year resolutions, promises to
take the organisation towards
new heights and many more positive affirmations were made to
welcome the New Year 2016.
1
S
ports Carnival was organized
in western UP region.
Employees at Agra, Bareily,
Dehradun, Haldwani and
Moradabad showed great zeal.
Mathura team won the League.
Haldwani employees during the
interdepartmental cricket match
1. New Year
Celebartions at
Noida office
2
2. New Year
Celebartions at
Moradabad office
RANCHI
Donation Drive
I
Sports Carnival at Greater Noida
photo: shutterstock
n the month of January 2016 employees were invited to donate useful everyday items for the needy.
Employees participated whole heartedly. Few donated cash amount for
the needy people. From the collected
cash we donated books and school
bags for the students of Deaf &
Dumb School at Ranchi. This drive
was with collaboration of Citizens
Foundation under their campaign
“FOR YOU”.
HT LOCATIONS
photo: shutterstock
HT news
1
Lo Aa Gayi Lohri
L
ohri festival crossed the regional
boundaries and was celebrated
with great fervor and enthusiasm by
employees of different HT locations.
Traditionally, the prominent feature
of Lohri is the burning of campfire
that symbolizes longer days. Everyone
celebrated the festival in full fervour
around the bonfire with gur rewri,
peanuts and popcorns which are the
three edibles associated with this
festival.
1. Moradabad office
celebrates Lohri
festival
2. Lohri celebrations
at HT House
2
3. Lohri bonfire at
Noida office
4. Lohri celebrations
at Mohali
4
3
HT LOCATIONS
Republic Day Celebrations
1
2
5
6
WINNerS Of QuIz CONTeST
4
Suresh Choudhary
System Administrator
- IT, Jaipur
Saurabh Chibber
Lead Plant Manager
Mohali
Vivek Sharma
Sr. Manager - MM
Chandigarh
Yojana Yadav
News Editor - Mohali
Anuj Singh Chauhan
Kaushik Chatterjee
M.SHAFI
Pankaj Tiwari
Ramesh Sharma
Sanjay Pandey
Sonam Tripathi
Sumit Bhargava
3
1. Haldwani Quiz
Competition Winners
4. Employees having fun
during games
2. Flag hosting at
Moradabad office
5. Best Ethenic Dress at
Meerut office
3. Kids of HT employees
participating in games
at Ranchi office
6. Dehradun Winner
Team, Editorial
HT news
HT LOCATIONS
Fire Drill
K
eeping the safety concerns of
employees in mind, fire drills
are regularly conducted across all
locations. Several important tips
are given to employees, including
tips like emergency rescue trainings in order to enable employees to
handle situations in case of fire.
Varanasi Office
Dehradun Office
Digital
Quotient
I
t’s easy creating a technology
driven solution for people
who are tech savvy. But, the
real challenge lies when we need to create one such solution for those
consumers whose definition of technology is confined to the green and red
Buttons on their phone and all the innovation has to happen between these two.
That’s exactly the challenge that was faced by Jubilant, while devising their
loyalty program – “Jivanjor Achievers’ Club” meant for carpenters and Polishers.
Digital Quotient helped them with program conceptualization, set up and
management, leading to a highly successful loyalty program for Jubilant and first
step for itself in loyalty space. DQ’s efforts got due industry recognition, when we
got the prestigious award for “Best Use of Technology in a Loyalty Program”
at the Loyalty Summit 2016, held at Mumbai and hosted by AIMIA.
A great moment for Team Mobile Solutions of DQ, who shall be rightfully
known as – “The guys who can join the dots and create a workable solution with
Empathy in Heart and Practicallity in Mind.”
Leading the Way, Sonal
S
Aligarh Office
Moradabad Office
Fire Drill & Emergency rescue
team training at Noida office
onal Kalra – has been chosen for the prestigious Woman Leadership
Achievement Award (Media) by the 3rd World Woman Leadership Congress,
a global body that supports and honours the strategic role of
women as leaders in diverse fields, across countries. The jury
for the awards comprised Presidents and CEOs of renowned
lobal agencies including Nina Woodard, President and
global
CEO, Nina E Woodard & Associates, USA, Dr. Arun Arora,
Ex-President – Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd. Michael
Wong, Co-Founder, Thought Leaders International, Dave
Porter, Global Chairman, World Brand Congress, Priti Vyas,
Chairwomen, VGC (Vyas Giannetti Creative), Dr. Harish
Mehta, Chairman and Founder Member, NASSCOM, Dr.
Chandramauli Dwivedi, Director, N. L. Dalmia Institute
of Management Studies & Research and Andrew Kelly,
Chief Patron, CMO Asia.
She has also received the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam
Samman 2015 for contribution to critical life-skills
in adolescents through her weekly column
‘A Calmer You’
Media Marketing
H
T Delhi – ‘SUPERSTARS, Race
to Victory’, a special program
was run to Reward & Recognize top
achievers of Media Marketing HT
Delhi revenues for Quarter 2 &
HT LOCATIONS
Fresh Eye Program
F
resh Eye Program of the new
joinees was done with Sanjay
Hazari- Business Head on January 13,
2016 at Mohali office.Employees actively participated in this interface
with Business Head. Sanjay shared
his experiences with the new joinees.
He encouraged all to be innovative in
targeting higher revenue for the
organisation.
Quarter 3 – the Account Managers,
Category Heads and Group Heads
from the HT Delhi team. To expand
the scope of the program, Top 3
Group Heads from all India MM,
who surpassed their 100% revenue achievement for HT Delhi
were also rewarded.
The ceremony witnessed
the presence prominent Leadership Team members like
Sharad Saxena, Ashu Phakey
and Nalin Garg
National Award
for Hindustan
H
industan has won prestigious
National Award for “outstanding
campaign on voter awareness and
education” during recently held Bihar
Assembly elections. The award instituted by Election Commission of
India was presented by President
Pranab Mukherjee on January 25,
2016. The honour has been conferred
upon Hindustan for its independent
journalism and its contribution in
creating mass voter awareness.
In the run up to the electioneering, Hindustan had rolled out a cam
campaign “Aao Rajnithi Karen” in which
reporters reached the smallest towns
and villages with a clear message of
elec
how their participation in the electoral process would strengthen
democracy. Hindustan also organ
organised voters’ enrollment camp, 212
“Dialogue Sessions” and “Nukkad
Natak” (street plays).
HT LOCATIONS
Health Check Up
R
egular medical health check up,
being a part of compliance was
organised in Bareilly to make sure
that all the employees are healthy and
fit so that they may work with more
efficiency and effectiveness.
Employees at the health camp
Health Check-up camp at Ranchi office
Health Check-up camp by Jaypee hospital
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technology
The
Phones
for Us
Here are some phones that
can help you on the job
photo: shutterstock
A good smartphone is a
necessity, especially for a
news reporter. The primary
need is good battery life, a big
screen so that punching out
articles and even storyboards
while on the move isn’t a
problem, and perhaps even a
good camera for sending in
shots of the news as it
unfolds. Here are some of the
best phones for scribes.
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62,990
BlackBerry Priv
The BlackBerry Priv is the
company’s first Android
smartphone. It brings all the
bells and whistles of a
BlackBerry device to the
Android ecosystem. There is a
slider keyboard that offers the
fun of a tactile physical keyboard
to users who don’t like touch
screens. The real highlight is the
bevy of security features and
productivity apps it offers.
BlackBerry has switched off all
those Android features that
make the OS vulnerable to
malware. It is protected against
software tampering and allows
encrypted passwords to ensure
your data cannot be accessed by
anyone even if you have lost or
misplaced your phone. The
phone offers a 5.4-inch quad HD
display that curves on both sides
to display information such as
the pull-out menu and charging
updates.
`
51,400
samsung Galaxy
note 5 Duos
The Galaxy Note 5 is an
excellent option if you do a lot of
editing and note-taking on your
phone. The phone has a highresolution screen complemented
by a much improved stylus
called S Pen. It allows users to
jot down notes on the phone’s
display even when it is
unlocked—the entire set of apps
and features that the S Pen
works with has been made much
more usable, something that can
come in handy for reporters who
need to jot down something
quickly. The phone’s 5.7-inch
display has a screen resolution
of 2,560x1,440p and comes with
a layer of scratch-resistant
Gorilla Glass 4. The best part is
that it supports dual SIM, which
is unusual in high-end devices.
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19,999
12,499
Lenovo Vibe X3
Moto G turbo
In case you are looking for a
more affordable option that still
manages to match a more
expensive smartphone, you can
go for the Lenovo Vibe X3. The
phone has two different user
interfaces (UIs) to choose from
and two front-facing speakers
powered by Dolby Atmos
surround technology. The phone
is powered by the Qualcomm
Snapdragon 808 hexa-core
processor that is used in more
expensive smartphones. It has a
fingerprint scanner for added
security and unlocks the phone
instantly. The 21-megapixel
camera is brilliant and the
display is big and sharp enough
for writing notes and reading.
The Moto G Turbo is one of the
best truly affordable
smartphones one can buy right
now. The phone has some rather
unique attributes that are
usually found in more expensive
devices. Its ability to withstand
water and dust is one of them. It
can survive a dip of up to 1 metre
for 30 minutes, even with the
USB and audio ports not
covered. The other interesting
feature is the phone’s ability to
quickly charge the battery; it
offers 6 hours of backup on 30
minutes of charge. This makes it
useful when you are in a hurry
or need to charge your phone
instantly. The phone fits into
most hands comfortably, runs
the latest version of Android and
works smoothly even when
stressed. The camera needs
some cajoling, but can take some
very acceptable images.
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9,999
Asus Zenfone 2 Laser
Ze500KL
The Asus Zenfone 2 Laser is a
solid budget smartphone with a
big screen and a good camera.
Despite its 5.5-inch screen, the
phone does not feel bulky or
ungainly. The display also has a
Gorilla Glass 4 layer to guard
against scratches. The
smartphone runs Android 5.1,
with a funky and highly
customisable UI over it. It works
without a glitch and comes with a
battery that lasts a day
comfortably. The phone’s key
attraction is the 13-megapixel
camera, which takes sharp and
colourful shots in the daytime.
The camera’s laser focus
technology allows users to lock
focus on an object in less than a
second and click in-focus shots
almost immediately.
source: Mint
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StarS in the City
Stars in
the City
SITC is the first ever such initiative by any media
organization and a big differentiator from our
worried competitor
S
uccess was written all
over HT City’s flagship
property – Stars in the
City (SITC) since its
inception. Popular by all
standards, attended by hundreds
of Bollywood stars, sports icons
and celebrities, SITC has evolved
from being just an event to an
occasion that celebrates our
readers’ fondness for HT City.
The exclusive one-hour long
interactive meet and greet
session with celebrities is hosted
by HT City in partnership with
Fever 104 FM at the Fever Lounge
in HT House.
The event was conceptualized
keeping readers and HT
employees in mind who were
often curious about what stars
are like in real life. Hence this
opportunity for readers also
became an opportunity for HT
City to be way ahead of
competitors. Today SITC is a
differentiator.
The exclusive interaction is
reported extensively. Capturing
the Bollywood moments through
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images, HT City gives a
complete coverage to each
session. It is also popular in
social media pages and the
videotaped session is uploaded
on YouTube by HT
Online team. The HT
City editorial and
marketing team
works actively
with the Fever
104 team that
promotes the
property on air,
apart from interviewing stars in
their studios.
The year 2016 has already set
a new benchmark by hosting
some of the most favourite stars
of Bollywood. Excerpts from
exclusive SITC sessions held
during the first two months of
this year are listed below.
Neerja - 15 February, 2016
“At 17, I didn’t want to
study” – Sonam Kapoor
It was a laugh riot when the team
of Neerja - Sonam Kapoor,
ShabanaAzmi, YogendraTiku
along with fillmmaker Ram
Madhvani visited HT to meet
the contestants of the Stars
In The City contest. Sonam
Kapoor who reprises Indian
airhostess Neerja Bhanot in
this biopic, revealed that her
father was against her
becoming an actress.
But at 17, I really
did not want to
study economics,
political science and
Left: Ram Madhvani
and Shabana Azmi
listening to the
questions asked
bytheir fans
philosophy and it sounded really
dreadful and boring. My dad was
very happy with me being an
actress and very proud. But he
really wanted me to study and he
wasn’t wrong, honestly. I mean, I
don’t regret anything but I really
want to finish my graduation.”
Fitoor – 9 February, 2016
“There was a ghost in
my room” – Katrina
Actors Katrina Kaif and Aditya
Roy Kapoor couldn’t stop gushing
about Kashmir as the duo
recently shot for their film Fitoor
in the frozen valley. On their
recent visit to HT City to meet the
winners of our Stars in the City
contest, Katrina said that there
was snowfall throughout their
stay and it was just magical.
Aditya was all praises for the
locals and thanked them for
their hospitality.
Though Katrina was given the
better room at the hotel they
were put up in, she thought that
her room was haunted. She said,
Far left: Sonam
Kapoor appreciating
the enthusiasm
of fans
Top: Aditya Roy
Kapur and Katrina
Kaif responding to
fans
Right: Aditya Roy
Kapur and Katrina
Kaif dance to the
tunes
“When everyone around went off
to sleep, I could hear strange
sounds of someone dragging a
table. And this goes on all night
for all the six days. We checked
everywhere and all around the
room but nobody found
anything. I am sure there was a
ghost with me in my room for six
days,” she signs off.
Ghayal once aGain
ain –
2 February, 2016
“Papa ka effect hi kuch
aisa hota hai” – Sunny Deol
Despite the fact he is arguably
one of the biggest action stars,
actor Sunny Deol is still afraid of
his father, veteran actor
Dharmendra. The 58-year-old
actor who visited HT City
recently to meet the winners of
the Stars in the City contest
along with actors Shivam Patil
and Rishabh Arora confessed
that Dharmendra still hasn’t
StarS
Star
S in the City
airlift – 18 January, 2016
a
When Airlift hero met
the real ‘heroes’
seen the final cut of the film
directed by Sunny because he is
afraid that his 80-year-old father
will find faults in it.
Sunny who is directing after
15 years after he last directed
Dillagi in 1999 further revealed
that he only sits in the chair of a
filmmaker when the situation
demands. “(For this film) I
thought of doing everything
myself and I started writing and
(that’s how) I thought I will
direct this time. Last time I
directed my film because I
thought that my role was tough.
Here, I took a very conscious
decision and worked around it,”
he says.
Mastizaade – 22 January, 2016
“I was upset and
horrified at the end of
the interview”
– Sunny Leone
In a recent TV interview when
actor Sunny Leone was subjected
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to aggressive questioning about
her past as an adult film star, she
took it all in her stride and
answered without flinching,
creating quite a stir in the
industry. Sunny, who was a guest
at HT City’s Stars In The City
along with the director of her
forthcoming movie (Mastizaade)
Milap Zaveri, says the interview
showed a different side of her to
the audience.
Overwhelmed at the support
from the film industry, she says,
“It’s not the first time that I was
answering these questions.
Everyone has their own
sensibilities and their own style
of interviewing. I believe what
got to people was the
interviewer’s style of
questioning. I’m happy that
people are supporting me. I
never thought this would
happen. Also, people don’t know
this but I am not really the type
who gets frazzled or upset very
easily,” she says.
The Airlift team brought a lot of
excitement with them as they
visited Hindustan Times office to
attend Stars in the City. And the
event became even more special
by the presence of three guests
out of which two of them were
part of the same evacuation
process which was carried out in
1990 after the invasion of Kuwait.
The fact that they shared the
first-hand account
was quite heart
wrenching. We
interacted with
Akshay Kumar,
Nimrat Kaur
and Raja
Far Left: Sunny
Deol, Shivam Patil
and Rishabh Arora
at the SITC session
Top: Akshay Kumar
and Nimrat Kaur
sharing an anecdote
from Airlift
Below: Sunny Leone
and Aditi Rao
Hydari
Right: Farhan Akhtar
and Aditi Rao Hydari
talking to the HT
Stars winners
Krishnan Menon
about their film Airlift.
Akshay Kumar said that
someone recently asked me this
question that Airlift is very similar
to Argo and I said that Argo only
saved 6 people but this has saved
1 Lakh 70 thousand people’s lives.
The only difference is that Argo
went on to win the Oscars and we
have to see what we get. Our
director made us meet the
civilians who were stuck there.
Raja Krishnan Menon said that
when this happened in 1990,
since I am from Kerala and as
everyone knows that half of
Kerala is in the Gulf, it was
almost like Saddam Hussein had
attacked Kerala. And I was
aware about it then. Airlifting
almost 1,70,000 Indians by 488
flights in association with Indian
Airlines. Just looking at the
logistics and how many people
were involved, was when I
decided that this is a story that
should make us proud.
Wazir – 5 January, 2016
When it is five times
the fun
From playing dumb charades to
singing for their fans, these stars
made the most of their visit to
HT City.
Actor’s Farhan Akhtar and
Aditi Rao Hydari who are paired
in Wazir, visited HT City recently
along with film director Bejoy
Nambiar, producer Vidhu Vinod
Chopra and writer Abhijat Joshi.
The cast met the winners of the
HT Stars In The City contest, and
in a conversation with Sonal
Kalra, National Editor,
Entertainment and lifestyle,
spoke about their roles and what
good cinema means to them.
Farhan said, “I still feel very
close to the film. I really didn’t
have the time to sit back and
analyze it to the extent that you
are asking. It was a very
enjoyable experience of making
the film and of being a character
that is new for me to play.”
Aditi said that when Bejoy
called to confirm the role she
was playing, she called her
mom and danced about the
room. It excited her knowing
that she was sharing the screen
with Farhan.
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Mountain Paintings
5
1
2
Moving Landscapes
Inspired by Chinese ‘Mountain Paintings’ in which ‘traveling’ is considered
an important part of the experience
S
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6
4
1 title: last summer
size: 75 cm x 75 cm
medium: acrylic on canvas
year: 2015
medium: natural pigment and
chinese ink on silk
year: 2014
title: moving landscape
size: 125 cm x 153 cm
medium: acrylic on canvas
year: 2015
4
2 title: singing cloud
size: 125 cm x 153 cm
medium: acrylic on canvas
year: 2014
title: tale of white snake
size: 125 cm x 153 cm
medium: acrylic on canvas
5
3
3 title: fly by night
size: 50 cm x 35 cm
year: 2014
6 title: longings for home
size: 81 cm x 97 cm
medium: acrylic on canvas
year: 2015
7 title: am i invisible?
size: 81 cm x 97 cm
medium: acrylic on canvas
year: 2014
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courtesy: art heritage gallery
unanda Khajuria draws her imagery from both the
terrains of ethereal memory as well as of actual,
physical landscape. One is particularly intrigued by
her employment of green as a deliberate choice of color
that invokes both corporeal and emotional resonances,
allowing her to move freely between the planes of both
experiences. What is new and quite startling is that her
recent works are now inspired by Chinese traditional
painting techniques that are clearly a result of her intrinsic passion for travel. This new suite of works is, in fact,
inspired by Chinese ‘Mountain Paintings’ in which ‘traveling’ is considered an important part of the experience.
The current solo at Art Heritage entitled ‘Moving
Landscapes’ reflects on the constant movement of life
that sets Nature in motion. Objects and often figures
are shown as floating, untethered and defying gravity,
evoking a spiritual rhythm that holds the universe in
balance. Seen in a perpetual state of flux, Sunanda’s
world exudes a mesmerizing quality of nostalgia that
addresses subtle and intricate layers of the viewer’s
consciousness.
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RewARDS & RECOGNITION
Rewarding Excellence
in Journalism
Proud winners of the “Journalist of the Month” award for the months of
December 2015, January and february 2016
Monthly IndIvIdual awards
Richa Singh, new Delhi
She did a commendable job under
pressure during the HTLS summit,
on both days. It was a tight
schedule and images were required
instantly for online and other
purposes. The sessions were all
back to back. There were technical
snags that created some degree
of problems with the workflow.
All this not withstanding Richa
managed it all with efficiency and
professionalism.
the competition. Some of his stories
went viral.
January
SuDipto MonDal,
Bangalore
For his brilliant
piece on the
Hyderabad
University student suicide. Besides
being very well written, it’s a pathbreaking story, shedding light on
how caste scorched this scholar
from his birth. It was journalism at
its very best.
SuDipto MonDal,
Bangalore
For his great
coverage of the
Chennai floods.
Apart from enthusiastically agreeing
to go to the disaster zone, Sudipto
churned out great stories for both
online and print, separating HT from
30 | April 2016 | Between Us
aRun changRani,
new Delhi
For breaking the
story about iconic
bikes and cars used
in legendary Bollywood films that
were showcased for the first time
at the Auto Expo in Delhi. HT City
exclusively published the list of all
the exhibits that include Amitabh
Bachchan-Dharmendra’s bike
from Sholay, and John Abraham’s
famous Hayabusa from Dhoom.
Arun also broke the story about
Bajaj automobiles launching a
bike made out of the scrap metal
from India’s first aircraft carrier
INS Vikrant. Despite being a
graphics designer, Arun Changrani
has displayed keen interest and
writing skills while reporting on
automobiles, for the paper.
neelaM panDey,
new Delhi
For breaking the
story on the HRD
ministry committee
giving a clean chit to the ministry
and indicting University of
Hyderabad authorities in the
controversial Rohith Vemula
suicide case. She broke the story
about Sahitya Akademi awardees
photo: shutterstock
December
taking back the awards they had
returned earlier; the story was
followed up by all TV channels
and newspapers. She had earlier
broken the story on the UGC’s
decision to discontinue non-NET
fellowships; the story was widely
followed up and till date students
are agitating over the issue.
mouShumi DaS
gupta,
For consistently
breaking stories
out of Cabinet
meetings. Thanks to her
efforts, HT is arguably the only
newspaper that gets stories about
Cabinet deliberations. She also
broke the story about the high
profile committee of secretaries
recommending the government’s
‘exit’ from Air India. Earlier,
Moushumi did the story on the new
Juvenile Justice Act imposing huge
fines and 7 years of imprisonment
for ‘offering’ any tobacco products
to minors.
Best Writing
(Feature or Commentary & neWs)
Sheikh Saaliq,
New Delhi
For his story titled
‘Shakur Basti:
Stories from the
Rubble’. On December 12, an illegal
settlement in the safety zone along
railway tracks in north-west Delhi
was demolished. Amid the blame
game and the alleged death of a
6-month-old girl, HT spoke to angry
residents who lost their homes.
aDitya Dogra,
New Delhi
For a DU special
edition, as part of the
HT City Anniversary
issue, which highlighted the 16
typical types of Delhi University
students with illustrations which
were also done by Aditya.
VaibhaV Jha,
Jaipur
For the story about
a national para
athletics champion,
40 year old Deepali Singh who
has more than a 100 medals and
trophies in her name and is now
forced to sell flowers to sustain
her livelihood. Deepali, who lost
her left foot in an accident at the
age of 11, is a veteran of 12 years
in para sports and has trained
many differently abled athletes as
well. At this age, Deepali works
out every morning, in a hope that
she gets another shot to win a
medal or trophy and the little
prize money that comes along with
it. The story garnered more than
2800 shares and 2000 likes on
Facebook.
kumkum DaSgupta,
ShaNtaNu
SriVaStaVa,
New Delhi
New Delhi
For a story that
looks at how climate
change is affecting
india’s long coastline with a special
focus on the Gulf of Mannar
biodiversity reserve, the first of its
kind in Asia.
For the feature
(published on
Sunday, Dec 27, 2015) that
attempted to trace Virender
Sehwag’s journey from Najafgarh
to the dizzying heights of
international cricket. It was the
photo: shutterstock
December
first one-on-one interview of
Sehwag by a print publication
post his retirement, wherein the
former cricketer talked about his
mindset, technique and approach
towards batting. The story was
picked by various news and sports
websites (NDTV, ABP, Ten Sports,
Express Tribune (Pakistan),
Cricket Tracker, India Today,
Sportskeeda, among others) who
ran it prominently after rehashing
it. The story went up on the HT
website three days after coming
out in print, but managed to get
over 1000 ‘shares’ on Facebook.
SiDrah Fatima,
New Delhi
For being the face of a series of
videos on the Odd-Even trial run,
which were liked and widely shared
by our audience on Facebook and
other platforms.
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RewARDS & RECOGNITION
January
racHel lopez,
kuMar saMbHav,
new delhi
Sambhav reported
from a dangerous,
Maoist-infested
territory and told a well-researched
story - on different platforms on how the police in Jharkhand
is adding to the vicious cycle of
violence by promoting rebel gangs
to fights the Maoists. In a welldocumented story, Sambhav and his
video colleague, Athar, displayed
grit and determination in tracking a
difficult story.
srutHin lal,
new delhi
For the story
‘Piggybacking on
Ramdev, Patanjali
has become a threat to MNCs’.
Riding on Baba Ramdev’s mass
following, Patanjali has become a
threat to the biggest MNCs. But
now the company, in which Ramdev
does not hold a single share, and is
just its “spiritual guru”, wants to
grow out of his halo. This is a story
about how Patanjali became so big,
and how it wants to be more than
just Baba’s baby.
photo: shutterstock
32 | April 2016 | Between Us
Mumbai
For the story ‘Actor
to journalist : Look
who’s settling
down in Goa for a dream life’. The
story had an unprecedented 7,400
shares in less than a week of going
online. This was a simple idea Indians love Goa and often return
from a holiday wishing they didn’t
have to leave. People who worked
out ways to live India’s dream of settling permanently in Goa,
without eating into savings or
taking retirement, were spoken to.
The case studies of families, young
and old, of how they are making
adjustments in work and life and
how living in Goa is different from
holidaying there, made for a story
never told before. And of course,
the happy faces and quotes from
the people touched a chord in
readers.
February
Gaurav cHoudHary, new delhi
For working tirelessly to bring out a
well-received Budget edition.
GulaM Jeelani & soHil seHran,
delhi/ncr
For the story ‘Gangs of Mewat:
Govt indifference, neglect bigger
realities than crime’. Just 60
kilometres from Gurgaon lies
Mewat, infamous for being
the base of NCR’s most
notorious criminal gangs.
The story explores the
reasons why youngsters
are turning to crime and
how people of the district
are suffering due to the
government’s indifference and
social exclusion.
asHni dHaor, noida
For the story beyond the glitz
and glamour of the people who
work at the Auto Expo as models.
It captures the problems models
face, how they deal with it, health
problems, selection process, their
hectic schedule and the money that
they earn.
Newsbreak
December
Faizan Haider,
new delhi
For a story about a
young girl who was
brutally assaulted
by several men over six months.
She was unable to walk and was
extremely critical. It was only
after HT’s story that the Delhi
government intervened
and provided the necessary
medical help.
January
abHisHek anand,
noida
For the story of
an illegal shelter
home that was
forcibly converting poor children
to Christianity. The caretakers
and owners of the shelter home
tortured the children who failed
to recite the Bible hymns. After
HT’s exclusive report on forcible
conversion, the police arrested the
owner and the care taker of the
shelter home. The owner’s shelter
homes in other cities were also
raided by the local police. This
story created ripples on social
networking sites with more than
13,000 shares on Facebook and
hundreds of retweets.
Best RepoRting (news)
PrAwesh LAmA, heenA KAusAr,
shrAdhA Chhetri &
KArn PrAtAP singh, new delhi
For an excellent coverage on the
JNU sedition case. Prawesh was
the first to interview Umar Khalid’s
father and the video he
shot was picked up by TV
channels. His story on how
Peeyush KhAndeLwAL,
Ashni dhAor, sAKib ALi
& guLAm JeeLAni, delhi/nCr
For their reportage in the Snapdeal
abduction case. Photographer Sakib
Ali was the only one who got the
exclusive photograph of Dipti Sarna
after she returned home. On all four
days of drama, HT stayed ahead of
the curve in print as well as online.
Peeyush got an exclusive video of the
accused Devendra Kumar
as well.
Digital FiRst
January
FAizAn hAider,
new delhi
For the stories on
- the Metro Man E
Sreedharan
opposing the SC’s proposal to have
exclusive coaches in the metro, the
cost of the odd-even experiment,
and Kejriwal hiring his own security
guards that were among the top reads
on the HT website this January. In
line with our Digital First strategy,
these exclusives stories were broken
online early in the day. They were
followed up later by TV channels and
newspapers. They also did extremely
well on Twitter and Facebook.
February
sheiKh sAALiq,
new delhi
For the story ‘The
Meadow’ - Indian
army and air force
have used Tosa Maidan - a meadow
in Kashmir - as a heavy artillery
firing range for the past 50 years
– testing, among other things, 40
and 80-pound shells. According
to government figures, shells in
the Tosa Maidan have so far killed
at least 63 people, maimed and
handicapped more than a hundred
people. After the expiry of lease
of Tosa Maidan, the State is now
considering the Bajpathree meadow
as the new firing range.
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photo: shutterstock
AvinAsh KumAr, Patna
For two impactful stories:
When the rape of a minor by RJD
MLA of Nawada, Raj Ballabh Yadav,
a close lieutenant of Lalu Prasad,
came to light, Avinash took up
the task of highlighting the police
and administration’s inefficacy in
nailing the MLA. Avinash continued
reporting on the issue by visiting
the victim’s village, highlighting the
anger prevailing there, how the court,
administration and mandarins of
health department were trying to
prove the girl wrong, forced the chief
minister to react strongly and send a
strong message to the police. Avinash
also came up with the issue of caste
kitchens in police lines all over Bihar,
which forced the CM again to order
the director general of police to
dismantle them and put in place a
single mess for officers and jawans.
the FIR in the case was an afterthought started a fresh debate on the
subject and found a mention in the
government’s probe report and court
proceedings.
Shradha was the first to interview
Umar Khalid’s sister in the US.
Heena was most active in covering
the case, sending updates through
the night and early morning and
driving the internet traffic. On
one occasion, Heena and Shradha
reported from the campus for nearly
24 hours.
Karn’s story (and photo) on how
the Delhi Police took Kanhaiya out of
the Patiala House court premises by
disguising him in army fatigues was
a hit on online and was picked up by
almost all news channels.
photo: shutterstock
February
RewARDS & RECOGNITION
photo: shutterstock
Team award
BesT PhoTo
December
Raj K Raj, New Delhi
For his cover
image of Nicole
Kidman for the 13th
December issue of
Brunch. It was a beautiful image
where Raj captured Nicole in an
unusually pensive mood. It was an
arresting cover that was widely
noticed. Because Nicole has rarely
been photographed so candidly and
differently.
December
HT eDiToRial Team, bhopal
Hindustan Times, Bhopal edition
faced a crisis when 6 of its 10-reporter
bureau left the organisation. The
skeletal staff, however, put in a
tremendous effort to keep
things going, which meant
none of them could take
a day off work for more
than a month.
meTRo Team, New Delhi
For an excellent and
comprehensive coverage of the OddEven trial run. There were several
stories that HT was first to report
and our coverage was wide in its
range. Reporters worked closely
with the online desk to ensure we
maintained lead over competition in
the digital space. On the print front,
the production desk, despite staffing
constraint, did a commendable job in
packaging the stories.
January
aaSHeeSH SHaRma, GuRiNDeR oSaN,
ajay aGGaRwal, New Delhi
For the Brunch cover story Dangal
February
SuNil GHoSH, Noida
For the lead photo in
the story which
was taken at the
Auto Expo. This
photograph was
widely circulated
on social media and
carried by other
websites also, giving
credit to HT.
34 | April 2016 | Between Us
Kings, written by Aasheesh,
which appeared on January 24.
The story explored the world of
mud wrestling and reported from
dangal competitions in Delhi and
Punjab. With realistic photos by
Gurinder Osan and Ajay Aggarwal,
along with a multimedia package,
it drew a big response online.
After it was published, Discovery
Channel got in touch with HT
Brunch to make a documentary on
mud wrestling.
February
HT DelHi PHoTo Team
For outstanding coverage of
the ongoing JNU controversy.
Team Delhi worked round the
clock as a cohesive team, from
Kanhiya’s speech, journalists
being beaten by lawyers, JNUSU
president Kanhaiya Kumar court
appearance, pro/anti protests at
JNU and other parts of the city,
as well as Umar Khalid’s midnight surrender. HT had a distinct
edge for its well rounded coverage
as well as timely availability for
online as well as print.
BesT daTadriven sTory
February
jyoTiNDRa Dubey,
New Delhi
For doing very good
number driven stories.
It gives a rare look
at how our biggest
start-ups are placed,
with all their financial
details.
photo: shutterstock
Women's Day Celebration
International
Women’s Day
Celebration
W
omen’s day was celebrated with
great enthusiasm spanning over the
entire week in Delhi NCR region.
The week started with Specialised health
camps focussed on women’s healthcare
conducted by Moolchand hospital, DialDent.
The camps included general health
checkup, ENT, Ortho and Dental checkups.
Grooming sessions were conducted by
VLCC and Alps followed by self defence
session for women.
Open forum discussion was a huge
success and included renowned names as
panellists such as:
• Anisha Singh: Founder and CEO, mydala
• Anvita Mehra: Founder & CEO of
Confidential Couture
• Sakshi Vij: founder and chief executive
officer Carzonrent India Pvt Ltd
• Kanika Jain: Cofounder- Squadrun
• Swati Bharghava: Co-Founder, Cashkaro
A session on financial wellness was also
organised with support form IMMPL
Travel Time
Travel to
Celebrate Success
The busy streets, the endless noodle stands, the soaring
skyscrapers are features that exemplify Hong Kong’s essence
photo: shutterstock
T
he
Hindustan
Times
Government DAVP Team,
Delhi won a trip to Hong
Kong and Macau in a very closely
contested
Media
Marketing
Skywards Awards in October
- November 2014. The winning
team members celebrated their
achievement with colleagues and
some also took their family members
on this exotic trip. The trip was made
in mid-January 2015.
Hong Kong is an interesting mix
of feng shui and finance, trams and
temples, sky scrapers and modern
marvels. It is one of the most fascinating
and exciting cities in the world.
We experienced some of the best
vibrant street cultures that one can
ever imagine, tasted the best seafood
and watched the city come to life with
lights in the evening and throughout
the night.
The combination of
the urban, the rural and
the maritime is exciting
and overwhelming. It’s
a joy to explore every
corner of the city.
During our stay at
Hong Kong, we
made it a point
to wander its
vibrant streets.
It’s addictive.
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Team at Disn
One of the things we all looked
forward to and dreamt of was the
beautiful view the Hong Kong skyline.
To get to the Peak, we took a wonderful
joy ride on the Peak Tram that climbs
373 meters or 1,200 feet above sea level.
Once you have reached the top,
it is the best place to have a bird’s
eye view of Victoria Harbor and the
whole island. One can also observe the
Symphony of Lights, the light show,
which is a stunning and unforgettable
view. The Avenue of Stars, modelled
on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is
located along the Victoria Harbour
waterfront in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong
Kong. It honours celebrities of the
Hong Kong film industry.
One of the must see places in
Hong Kong is the Disneyland. A trip
to Hong Kong is incomplete without
ng
Land, Hong Ko
visiting this place where one gets lost in
wonderland setting it offers.
We also made a day trip to Macau.
Worldwide famous for its casinos,
Macau is also a former Portuguese
colony and unlike in Hong Kong
where most of the old British colonial
buildings have been torn down, loads
of Portuguese buildings have been
preserved here. We loved walking
around and at times almost felt like we
were in Europe. Soaring 338 meters
above the city, the Macau Tower is the
10th highest freestanding tower in the
world and the 8th tallest in Asia.
Although Hong Kong is a
magnificent place, Macau felt very
Make sure to visit the
Avenue of Stars, Hong
Kong’s answer to
the Hollywood
“Walk of Fame”
Shopping
Macau had the best luxury brands
of the world. While Hong Kong
offers plenty of flea markets which
were ideal for shopping. There were
enormous malls and ample branded
showrooms. But we decided to shop
from flea markets like Mongkok, Tim
Sha Shui, Temple Street Ladies
Night market. And yes, you need
to haggle to get a bargain.
Even Disneyland had shops
offering souvenirs. All of
us grabbed Mickey Mouse,
Donald Duck and other
Disney character key chains as
souvenirs.
photo: shutterstock
special. It’s a city with two faces – the
Las Vegas of the East and the meeting
point of the Mediterranean and China.
Some of the other places we visited
during the rest of our time in Hong
Kong included the Herbal Medicine
Street. As the name suggests, the shops
along this street were full of roots,
seeds, grasses, insects; Nathan Road in
Kowloon, known as “the golden mile
of shopping”, Tian Tan Buddha (The
Big Buddha) on Lantau Island; and also
Man Mo Temple – the Island’s most
well-known and oldest temple.
Hong Kong is a diverse and
exciting city, full of surprises
and unusual sights.
photo: shutterstock
A glittering night
view of Macau
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FAMILY TIME
Sharing the Joy
Genuine sharing fills the heart with joy. Here are
a few celebrations from the lives of our HT families
WeDDing Bells
Mohit tyagi, Software Engineer CMS, New Delhi married
to sonika tyagi, on February 22, 2016
PurshottaM
sharMa,
Account Manager
HT Campus, tied
the knot on
November 28,
2015
aParaJita
srivastav,
Chief Sub Editor, HH
Editorial,
Central Desk, New
Delhi married to
alvin Mayank,
on February 21, 2016
neW Born
ashutosh
Mishra, Manager
Events, Mint, blessed
with a baby boy in
January, 2016
richa charles,
Executive Sales &
Ops., HTLC,
New Delhi, blessed
with baby daughter in
November, 2015
ishant JuneJa, Senior Manager
Finance, HTLC, Delhi/NCR blessed with baby
girl on January 14, 2016
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Business Terminology crossWorD
Administration
Stability
Allocation
Credit
Investment
Fluctuations
Compensation
Fee
Income
Currency
Shift
Generated
Commission
Acquisition
Policy
Economic
Incentive
Sector
Funds
Contract
Maximum
Consequences
Adaptation
Across
1. Changes made to adjust to new circumstances
3. A major part or division of the economy
6. The money used in a particular country
8. Money paid for certain services or a government
-appointed group with special responsibilities
10. A condition of being settled, without violent
changes or fluctuations
13. Management
17. The results of an action
19. Money received
20. A change (also one of three 8-hour work periods
for businesses open for 24 hours a day)
21. Produced
22. A legal agreement (OR a verb meaning to get smaller)
DoWn
1. The distribution of resources
2. An official plan or statement of how things should be done
4. Something obtained (bought)
5. ups and downs; waves of alternating increases and decreases
7. Payment
9. The most
11. Money (or effort) put into something with the intention of
receiving much more back later
12. Money for certain purposes
14. A special offer to move people to take a desired action
15. Money available for for borrowing
(and later repayment with interest)
16. A charge for a service
18. Concerned with money and the exchange of goods and services
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