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Madhusudan Anand quits Navbharat Times as Executive Editor

Madhusudan Anand quits Navbharat Times as Executive Editor

Author | Manish Ranjan | Monday, Jul 20,2009 7:57 AM

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Madhusudan Anand quits Navbharat Times as Executive Editor

Madhusudan Anand, Executive Editor, Navbharat Times, the Hindi daily from Times Group, has put in his papers. Confirming the news, Anand informed exchange4media, “Yes, it is true that I have resigned. My resignation was accepted on Friday (July 17, 2009).”

He further said, “I have resigned to head for a new destination in print media, which I will be joining very soon.” He, however, refused to disclose anything further about his new destination.

Anand had begun his career with the Times Group in 1974 as a trainee journalist. He then he moved to Germany and worked as an Editor there for four years. On his return to India, he joined Hindi daily Dainik Jagran as Resident Editor in 1991.

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