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Alok Srivastava joins Outlook Group as Associate Publisher

21-March-2008
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Alok Srivastava joins Outlook Group as Associate Publisher

Alok Srivastava has joined the Outlook Group as Associate Publisher to oversee the Travel magazine group and the soon-to-be-launched international magazine GEO from the Gruner + Jahr Group. His responsibilities would also include Newsweek magazine. Srivastava will be reporting to Maheshwar Peri, President and Publisher, Outlook Group.

Srivastava moves from the Times of India Group, where was DGM Response, He had donned various roles at the Times of India Group – from the head of Gurgaon office, to Telecom Vertical Head, and head of Navbharat Times Delhi. This is his second stint at the Outlook Group, where earlier he had worked as GM, overseeing the business for the North zone for the entire Group.

Srivastava had also been associated with the India Today Group, where as Regional Manager he was responsible for Business Today and Time magazines.

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