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.
The New Indian Express believes that strong, independent women are the backbone of a nation. We have decided to act on our belief by organising a definitive event called Devi, which recognises and awards 20 exceptional women who display dynamism and innovation in their work.
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.
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.
The New Indian Express launched TNIE GOAL, an inter-college football tournament in Kerala in 2012. The idea behind this sports event is to revive the interest in football, especially among the youth and help discover talented sportsmen who could be trained and promoted to play at the national level.
A joint initiative by The New Indian Express and Columbia University, the conference was organized in New Delhi in 2011.
The New Indian Express Group organized GOAL 2017, the sixth edition of its All-Kerala Inter-Collegiate Football Tournament between January 8 and January 22 at the Malappuram District Sports Council Stadium, Kottappady. 24 teams competed in 23 nail-biting matches, telecast live on Asianet Cable Vision across Kerala. Nirmala College, Muvattupuzha emerged champions. Politicians, bureaucrats and former international footballers attended the matches.
On October 7, 2015, Prabhu Chawla, Editorial Director of The New Indian Express presented the coffee-table book 'The Nationalist President' to the Hon. President of India Pranab Mukherjee. The book chronicles the life and times of the Hon. President, who is one of India's finest political minds. Compiled by the senior editorial team of The New Indian Express, it was presented to him by the Vice-President Hamid Ansari at an event in the Yellow Drawing Room at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
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 New Indian Express hosted the Devi Awards in New Delhi on December 16, 2016 and honoured twelve exceptional women from across the country for their innovation, dynamism and courage. Union Minister for Textile Smriti Z Irani presented the trophies to the winners of the third edition of the Delhi chapter of the Devi Awards. Taking about how important it is for women to assert themselves and not be apologetic about their choices, Irani stressed on how much Indian women had evolved over time.
The New Indian Express hosted Eastern India’s biggest literary extravaganza, Odisha Literary Festival on November 5 & 6, 2016 at Bhubaneswar. The fifth edition was inaugurated by Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, who has lent invaluable support to the festival through his presence right from the first chapter, delivered the keynote address at the closing ceremony. A galaxy of eminent personalities from varied fields of politics, economics, history, academics, films, publishing, advertising and brand strategy with luminous contribution to literature shared their vast repertoire of experience and insight with the people of Odisha, widely known for its rich literary heritage. With a wide array of contemporary subjects discussed and debated over 12 sessions, the two-day festival was packed with all the ingredients to kindle the minds of intellectuals and the masses alike. The free-for-all festival was well attended adults as well as school and college-going students.