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Dwaipayan Bose joins Bhaskar Group as Executive Editor, English strategy

23-July-2013
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Dwaipayan Bose joins Bhaskar Group as Executive Editor, English strategy

Dwaipayan Bose has joined Bhaskar Group as Executive Editor of overall English Strategy – present and forthcoming. He will take charge from August 1, 2013. In his new role, Bose will report to Managing Director, Sudhir Agarwal. His previous stint was with Hindustan Times, where he was Resident Editor, Bhopal.

Confirming his movement, Bose said, “I am very happy and excited to rejoin the Dainik Bhaskar Group. Working with MD Sudhir Agarwal will be a hugely enriching experience and I look forward to my new assignment.”

Bose has worked with major Indian news publications such as Hindustan Times, India Today, The Times of India and Pioneer as Associate Editor, Senior Editor and News Editor, respectively. He started his career as a trainee with Asian Age.

Bose was the member of the launching team of The of Times of India, Kolkata. He was responsible for editing and reporting for the front page of the paper, as well as covering the General Elections. He was also associated with the launch of Times International in TOI, Delhi. 

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