CyberMedia is the largest specialty media house in South Asia and amongst India’s top five magazine publishers.

The group’s Media business includes 15 publications including Dataquest, PCQuest, Voice&Data, BioSpectrum (India & Asia), Living Digital, Global Services, DQ Channels, DQ Week (Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata), Voice&Data Connect, DARE and Hallsbury’s Law. The group has twelve websites led by, India’s largest technology website. CyberMedia Events, the region’s largest organizer of IT events, conducts over 100 events every year. CyberMedia produces two knowledge based weekly TV programs. CyberMedia reaches out to a community of over 1.5 million people. Its brands have consistently been leading in their respective domains.

Its Media Services include CMR, the leading IT and telecom research company in the region; and Content Matrix which provides through its operating units (TDA Group, Publication Services and CyberMedia Services) creative custom media solutions for today’s global marketplace ranging from global marketing programs and custom publications for enterprises to content management, editorial and production services for publishers.

Its shares are listed on NSE and BSE.

Salaam Bombay

India has the world’s largest population of children. Easy availability of tobacco and lack of social sanction has made tobacco a problem of epidemic proportions amongst children especially in the lower socio economic strata. Every day, more than 55,000 children in India below the age group of 15 years are estimated to try tobacco for the first time. Five million Indian children are said to be addicted to tobacco. One third of them are likely to die a painful death due to this addiction. These marginalized children of India are severely deprived and have very little support from their families or society. They are the easiest targets for tobacco companies.

We at Salaam Bombay Foundation believe that children grow as their horizons grow. The broader their horizon, the greater their hope and higher their aspiration. Children can make correct informed decisions if they are given access to appropriate information and life skill tools to deal with every day situations.

Studies have shown that if children manage to stay away from tobacco till the age of 18, there is a very high chance that they will never take to it. Thus, we have been working with children aged 10-17 years from the weakest sections of society. We are active in 49 Municipal schools and 51 government aided schools in Mumbai and our Outreach programs has reached 5 districts of rural Maharashtra. We have meaningfully reached 1.3 million children in the last year.

Salaam Bombay Foundation works towards empowering children to live their life free from the threat of tobacco and to become confident adults to lead tomorrow’s India.

Sankara Eye Foundation

Sankara Eye Foundation initiates and drives community eye care activities in India by working with our partner, Sankara Eye Care Institutions, India who operate and manage eight eye care hospitals all over the country.

The majority of our fundraising effort is achieved through fundraising events, booths in major events, advertising and working with major donors.

Through these fundraising efforts, SEF, USA has played a significant role in increasing the number of free surgeries to over 120,000 in 2011. SEF’s mission is to realize the goal of 20/20 vision for the people of India by the year 2020.