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Tata Sky's Vikram Mehra set to join Saregama in Oct-end

16-August-2014
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Tata Sky's Vikram Mehra set to join Saregama in Oct-end

Vikram Mehra, Chief Commercial Officer, Tata Sky is all set to join Saregama India as Managing Director, according to sources close to the company. Saregama India informed the BSE that its Board of Directors, at a meeting held on August 13, 2014, has decided to appoint Vikram Mehra as Managing Director of the company and added that he will take charge by the end of October 2014.

Mehra is expected to fill in the position left vacant by Suryanarayna Mantha, who had quit Saregama India in March this year.

Mehra has been with Tata Sky for 10 years. He had earlier had stints with Star TV in the Digital Platforms Group as Vice President; Tata Motors, where he was Product Manager; and TCS, where he was a Senior Systems Analyst.

Music label Saregama India is owned by the RP Sanjiv Goenka Group.

There were no comments from Mehra regarding his movement at the time of filing this report. 

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