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Sanjay Hazari takes charge as Business Head, HT Punjab

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Sanjay Hazari takes charge as Business Head, HT Punjab

Sanjay Hazari comes on board as Business Head of Hindustan Times, Punjab. He was earlier working with The Tribune as General Manager and Business Head.

Hazari had quit The Tribune in January 16, 2013. He had joined the paper as General Manager in August 2005 and had played a significant role in launching the newspaper in Jammu and Kashmir and Dehradun.

Hazari had looked after The Tribune, Dainik Tribune and Punjabi Tribune.

He is also a member of the Indian Newspaper Society.


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