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Hormusji N Cama takes over as Vice Chairman of MRUC

09-March-2011
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Hormusji N Cama takes over as Vice Chairman of MRUC

Media Research Users Council (MRUC) has announced the election of Hormusji N Cama as its new Vice Chairman. Cama, Director of Gujarati daily Bombay Samachar, took charge from March 7, 2011.

Cama has been in the Board of Governors of MRUC since September 2007 and takes over the role from Bharat Kapadia, Director of Lokmat, who resigned due to personal reasons.

Hormusji Cama has been actively involved with various publishing and industry bodies and is currently on the Board of Directors of Press Trust of India and is a former President of the Indian Newspaper Society (INS).

Announcing the election, Lloyd Mathias, Chairman, MRUC, said, “Hormusji’s vast experience and knowledge will be a great asset as MRUC continues its growth and benefit to media users. Despite being a reputed publishers Hormusji is keenly interested in the development of other media.”

 

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