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Deep Halder to join Dainik Bhaskar Post as Editor

03-May-2016
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Deep Halder to join Dainik Bhaskar Post as Editor

Senior Journalist Deep Halder will be joining Dainik Bhaskar Post as Editor .Halder is a senior journalist with over 14 years of experience in print and television media.
 
Halder is a senior journalist with more than fourteen years of experience in print and television media.Prior to this he was working with India Today’s newspaper Mail Today as Deputy Executive Editor, he was in charge of the front page of the paper as well as the news desk. He is a senior journalist with more than fourteen years of experience.
 
Prior to this he was the Executive Editor of Millennium Post. He joined the publication at the inception stage, spearheading the launch of the 16-page daily broadsheet, with circulation in Delhi and NCR and focus on investigative journalism. He was also Resident Editor of MidDay's Delhi edition and worked in senior positions in Hindustan Times, DNA and Pioneer. He received the Media and Human Rights Award 2004 from the Indian Institute of Human Rights (IIHR), New Delhi.

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