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Delhi Ad Club elections: Aj’s RC Tanwar is President

26-September-2011
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Delhi Ad Club elections: Aj’s RC Tanwar is President

RC Tanwar, Director - Marketing of Aj Hindi daily in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand, has been unanimously elected President of the Delhi Ad club for the period 2011-12 at the AGM held on September 23, 2011 in Delhi. He takes over from outgoing President Narinder Sharma.

Tanwar after his election as President addressed the members and assured that the year ahead would be full of professional activities, which include Diwali Dinner, DAC Quiz, tea meetings, Ad Awards, and so on.

The other Members of the newly-elected Board are:
Immediate Past President - Narinder Sharma
Vice Presidents - Pramod K Bhandula and Gaurav Chopra
Honorary Secretary - Vipin Kharbanda
Joint Secretaries - Manmohan Gupta and Ashok Sharma
Honorary Treasurer - KK Malhotra

Executive Committee Members after the Co-option:
VK Chopra, Vivek Syal, SP Aseem, Suresh Verma, Kunal Banerjee, Kailash Arora, Subhash C Vatsain, Anoop Joshi, Viral Pandya, Dinesh K Srivastva, Jatinder Pal Singh, and Roopam Bohra.

 

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