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Mid Day ropes in Dhiman Chattopadhyay

31-December-2012
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Mid Day ropes in Dhiman Chattopadhyay

Dhiman Chattopadhyay, Managing Editor, CFO India magazine has put in his papers after a stint of two and a half years. He is joining Mid Day as Editor - Online and Sunday Mid Day. He takes charge from January 12, 2013.

Talking to exchange4media, Chattopadhyay said, “After over two and a half years of editing CFO India magazine (a 9.9 Media publication), I am moving back to newspapers (Mid Day) from January 12, 2013. I loved my stint at 9.9 and learnt a lot.”

He had earlier worked with Business Today as Senior Editor for two years and 10 months.

Chattopadhyay began his career by freelancing with the ABP Group in 1994. He later joined Asian Age as Bureau Chief in April 1996, and subsequently moved on to The Times of India as Acting Chief Reporter. Thereafter, he worked as Editor, The Times of India Ahmedabad. He then moved to Man’s World magazine as Group Deputy Editor.

He had done his graduation from Presidency College and Masters from Calcutta University.
 

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