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Dinesh K Srivastava moves out of Delhi Press as Group Business Manager

30-January-2010
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Dinesh K Srivastava moves out of Delhi Press as Group Business Manager

After spending 28 years with Delhi Press, Dinesh K Srivastava moved out of group on January 15, 2010. He was working as Group Business Manager, responsible for national business activities. Srivastava has not yet disclosed his next destination.

On his move, Srivastava commented, “My working experience with Delhi Press has been very good. I have grown up with the group and learned a lot. My next destination is not yet decided, but I will disclose it very soon.”

On Srivastava’s long stint with Delhi Press Group, its Director, Anant Nath, said, “Since Srivastava had been associated with the group for so many years, he knew the group inside out. He has been the pillar of the group, who helped in shaping the group and maintaining stability. He has been a reliable member of the group, who has always been there in difficult times with us.”

Srivastava had joined Delhi Press Patra Prakashan Pvt Ltd way back in 1983. Over the years he had held many positions in the group. From his initial designation of Sales Promotion Executive in the advertisement department, he was elevated to Assistant Manager Advertisement, Advertisement Manager Promotion, Associate Business Manager, Business Manager, and lastly, Group Business Manager - National Business Head.

During his tenure with Delhi Press, he had witnessed the launch of many news magazines, including Grihshobha (Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bangla), Champak (Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam), Saras Salil (Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil and Telugu) and Alive in English. Prior to joining Delhi Press, he had worked with two major INS accredited publications at Allahabad between 1976 and 1982.

Srivastava is also a member of the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Delhi (Co-Chairman of Media Entertainment), a life member of Delhi Advertising Club, and member of All India Management Association, New Delhi.

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