Every year The Sunday Standard felicitates India's best bankers in over 15 categories, who come into the Capital from across the country for the ceremony.
The New Indian Express believes that education is the key to national human resources development and that, as an intelligent society, we must create a holistic and high-quality education system for our children and youth.
Unlike any other literary meets in India, Odisha Literary Festival organised by The New Indian Express promotes vernacular literature as much as Indian writings in English language.
With the The New Indian Express publications religiously mapping cultural trends and events, it's no surprise that EventXpress (the events wing of TNIE) specializes in putting together events that bring India's top musicians and singers to the people, under the Sur Sangam umbrella.
The New Indian Express launched TNIE GOAL, an inter-college football tournament in Kerala in 2012.
A joint initiative by The New Indian Express and Columbia University, the conference was organized in New Delhi in 2011.
Event Xpress is a full-service management company that conceptualizes and implements the most thought-provoking and well-attended events for The New Indian Express Group and other clients.
The 3rd Odisha Literary Fest will once again bring together renowned authors, poets, filmmakers, publishers and literary enthusiasts who have brought literature on the forefront with their work in Hindi, English as well as Oriya languages.
The 3rd Sunday Standard Best Bankers' Awards will felicitate India's best bankers in over 15 categories. The award ceremony will be preceded by a panel discussion with country's well-known economists, analysts, bankers and policy-makers sharing their views on the Indian banking sector, its achievements and challenges.
TNIE GOAL 2015, the inter-collegiate football tournament organised by The New Indian Express Group will see more than 15 teams battle it out for the prestigious trophy for the fourth time in God’s own country, Kerala.
The 3rd edition of The New Indian Express ThinkEdu Conclave will bring together educationists, academicians, scholars, policy makers and students like each year. The two-day annual education conference promises to initiate a dialogue to create the streamlined and self-sustaining education system for children and youth of India.
"Fashion fades, only style remains the same", drawing on Coco Chanel's worldview, The New Indian Express chose the city of Bangalore to celebrate the everlasting charm of pure style, on March 21, 2014.