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IndiaMART Member SinceMay 2011
Media Transasia Group publishers of DEFENCE AND SECURITY OF INDIA is one of most diversified and vertically integrated publishing houses across the globe. The gamut of publishing activities include conceptualising new publications, from editorial and design to printing. The group is headquartered in Bangkok, from where it has been continuously publishing over 25 magazines and books for over 30 years. The group has three publishing centres–Thailand, India and Hong Kong.
Media Transasia Thailand publishes Beyond, Expressions, Golf Digest, Men’s Health, OK!, Pata Compass, Power, Q. House, Seventeen, Travel + Leasure (Southeast Asia), Women’s Health magazines.
The magazines being published out of the Media Transasia India are all market leaders in their own niche segments. The list includes: Discover India, Doc N Doc, Architecture + Design, Travel + Leisure (South Asia), Maxim, Child, Better Homes and Gardens, Casaviva, Sports Illustrated, Defence and Security of India etc.
From Hong Kong, Asian Hotel and Catering Times, Asian Military Review and Armada International magazines is published.
DSI is a magazine that deals with issues of national security in India. A commitment to ensure that this is a quality product that will set new standards of analytical writing in strategic affairs in India makes it a must-read for any professional in this field.
DSI is a high quality strategic affairs magazine that has a South Asian perspective and explores the region’s linkages with China, the Indian Ocean region, the near Middle East and South Central Asia through the prism of their impact on the security situation. The security scenario in India has over the last few years become increasingly influenced by events in the region and so a holistic view of India cannot be isolated from the wider region.
DSI incorporates matters of defence procurement, new technologies and products, as they are indeed key issues for the defence industry and also they are part of a larger discourse on security. Apart from this there are larger issues of defence policy and management that are linked closely with security threats and would enhance the debate on national security. A discussion on defence procurement and production is an integral part of a security dialogue. For instance, an analysis on security threats mandates a study of defence procurement options and challenges.
The aim is to create a forum of choice for the most important new ideas, analysis, and debate on the most significant issues.