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Amitaabh Srivastava quits as Delhi Aaj Tak Editor; to join India TV

05-December-2013
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Amitaabh Srivastava quits as Delhi Aaj Tak Editor; to join India TV

Amitaabh Srivastava has put in his papers as Editor of Delhi Aaj Tak. According to sources in the know, Srivastava is headed to India TV. He has been associated with Aaj Tak since its inception.

Srivastava was Editor of Tez, one of the channel offerings of Aaj Tak, before taking on the mantle of Editor of Delhi Aaj Tak.

He was also the Desk In-charge at Rashtriya Sahara in 1995.
 

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