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Bhuvanesh Khanna moves from Reliance Retail, heads back to Delhi

18-May-2009
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Bhuvanesh Khanna moves from Reliance Retail, heads back to Delhi

Bhuvanesh Khanna, the India Durables Business Head at Reliance Retail corporate office in Mumbai for their Reliance Digital business, is moving on. He is now headed back to Delhi after three years at Reliance. His impending move has been doing the rounds.

A veteran of the durables, media and retail industry, prior to Reliance, Khanna had done stints in India and the overseas at Hindustan Times, Whirlpool, Sanyo, Casio and Usha.

A Vice-President, Sales, with Hindustan Times at their corporate office in Delhi, Khanna was also the Project Manager for their Mumbai launch and was part of the core team that drove strategy.

After a long stint overseas, Khanna returned to India in 1995 and joined Whirlpool in India, where he spent over eight years. He was Director - Sales and was part of the original core team that took over Kelvinator and launched Whirlpool in India.

Khanna’s destination next couldn’t be ascertained at the time of filing this report.

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