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Changes at Mail Today: Manoj Sharma replaces Rahul Thappa

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Changes at Mail Today: Manoj Sharma replaces Rahul Thappa

Mail Today is seeing changes in its senior management. Rahul Thappa, COO, and Bharat Bhushan, Editor of Mail Today, have resigned. The company has announced Manoj Sharma to take over from Rahul Thappa.

This has been confirmed by Ashish Bagga, CEO, India Today Group.

Sharma, who has spent more than 18 years in all with the India Today Group, made a second comeback to the company earlier this year.

Thappa had joined Mail Today in May 2011, taking over from the then COO, Suresh Balakrishnan.

Bharat Bhushan, Editor of Mail Today, has put in his papers, after having spent four and a half years as the founding Editor of the daily. He continues till December 31, 2011.

In a conversation with exchange4media, Bhushan said, “Yes, I have quit, but I am not joining anywhere at present. I will be taking leave for two-and-a-half-months. Other than that, I have nothing to say.” He had joined Mail Today in May 2007 from The Telegraph, from Kolkata-based ABP Group, where he was Editor-Delhi from 2002 to 2007.

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