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Sanjay Vohra joins India Crime News channel as Managing Editor

09-July-2015
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Sanjay Vohra joins India Crime News channel as Managing Editor

Sanjay Vohra joins India Crime News Channel as Managing Editor.

He was working with Zee Media for the last fifteen years before joining India Crime News. He joined Zee as a principal correspondent in early 2000 and worked on different roles since then.

He was heading Zee Punjab, Haryana and Himachal for Zee News Crime Division.

Talking to exchange4media he said, “In this fifteen year long stint I learnt a lot in this organisation and made good relationships. It was nice working with Zee News.”

Vohra has also worked with Dainik Jagran as Bureau Chief for nine years. He started his carrier as journalist in 1988. He also worked as sub editor in Dainik Veer Arjun newspaper. In 1989 he joined Public Asia evening newspaper and magazine as reporter.

Sanjay Vohra was also the President of Delhi Crime Reporters Association.

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