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INS elections 2007-08: Bahubali Shah replaces Hormusji Cama as President; Paresh Nath is Deputy President

20-September-2007
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INS elections 2007-08: Bahubali Shah replaces Hormusji Cama as President; Paresh Nath is Deputy President

The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) has elected its new body for 2007-08 at its elections held today in Bangalore. Gujarat Samachar’s Bahubali Shah has been elected President. He replaces Mumbai Samachar’s Hormusji Nusserwanji Cama. Delhi Press’ Paresh Nath has been elected as Deputy President, a position previously held by Bahubali Shah.

T Venkattram Reddy of Deccan Chronicle has been elected Vice-President, while Rakesh Sharma of Hindustan Times is Treasurer. Sharma takes over from The Day After’s Sunil Dang. As is known, Pawan Chopra is the Secretary General of the INS.

These elections are a result of the INS Annual General Meeting. The subsequent election process for the 50-member committee, wherein the membership of every constituent is contested, has also culminated. With this, INS has elected 45 members and the remaining five members would be co-opted soon.

Some of the outgoing members are Samahit Bal (Pragativadi); Sunil Dang; Govindlal Vora (Amrit Sandesh, Raipur); Rajendra Sharma (Swadesh, Bhopal) and Sarvinder Kaur (Ajit Daily).

The INS Committee:

Dr B S Adityan (Vaarantari Rani)

Viveck Goenka (Indian Express, Mumbai)

Vijay Darda (Lokmat) Mammen Mathew (Malayala Manorama)

Vijay Kumar Chopra (Punjabi Kesari, Jalandhar)

Pratap G Pawar (Sakal)

Abhay Chhajlani (Nai Dunia)

M P Veerendrakumar (Mathrubhumi)

Pradeep Guha (Divya Bhaskar)

Jacob Mathew (Vanitha) Girish Agarwal (Dainik Bhaskar, Bhopal)

M J Akbar (The Asian Age, Delhi)

Tariq Ansari (Mid-Day)

Ashish Bagga (India Today)

Priyavrat Bhartia (Hindustan Times, New Delhi)

Devendra Darda (Lokmat Times, Nagpur)

Mahendra Mohan Gupta (Dainik Jagran)

Shekhar Gupta (Indian Express, New Delhi)

Sanjay Hazari (The Tribune)

Mohit Jain (Economic Times)

Vineet Jain (Maharashtra Times)

Ravindra Kumar (The Statesman)

R Lakshmipathy (Dinamalar)

Atul Maaheshwari (Amar Ujala)

Manoj Kumar Sonthalia (Dinamani)

Kiran B Vadodaria (Sambhaav Metro)

Rajiv Verma (Hindustan Times, Patna)

Kundan Vyas (Janmabhoomi)

Vemuri Balaram (Swati Saparivara Patrika Weekly, Vijayawada)

V K Chopra (Dainik Asam, Guwahati)

Farzana Behram Contractor (Afternoon Despatch & Courier, Mumbai)

Bhaskar Das (Navbharat Times, Mumbai)

Pradeep Gupta (Dataquest, Gurgaon)

Shailesh Gupta (Dainik Jagran, Varanasi)

Naresh Mohan (The Sunday Statesman, Kolkata)

R M R Ramesh (Dinakaran, Chennai)

Jagjit Singh Dardi (Charhdikala Group)

Vilas Arun Marathe

Abhijit Pawar (Sakal)

Maheshwar Peri (The Outlook Group)

Sumesh Sharma (Rashtradhoot)

M Venkatesh (Hindustan Times)

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