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Neena Haridas joins ‘Andpersand’ magazine as Editor

07-February-2009
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Neena Haridas joins ‘Andpersand’ magazine as Editor

Neena Haridas has joined MaXposure Media Group’s flagship publication, ‘Andpersand’ magazine as Editor. Prior to this, she was the Features Head at NewsX, where she was part of the start-up team.

Vikas Johari, Publisher, Maxposure Media Group, said, “Anyone involved in any aspect of this magazine is automatically considered family, and to me, nothing tangible rises above that. As Meenu, who successfully pursued our vision for the last three years, moves on to pursue other goals, I invite Neena to take on the challenge to carry our vision forward.”

Commenting on her new assignment, Haridas said, “‘Andpersand’ is synonymous with the unconventional and the avant-garde. We intend to take this philosophy of the magazine forward by adding to its repertoire of features and columns. We will continue to inspire our readers to go beyond the buzz and find their inner trendsetter.”

Haridas has 15 years’ experience. Prior to NewsX, she was with Hindustan Times, where she was Editor of HT City. She has held responsible positions at media houses such as The Telegraph, Rediff, The Pioneer and Business Standard.

At ‘Andpersand’, she will oversee the entire group and assist in the hiring of respective editors for additional magazines as they gain size.

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