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Times Response: Sujoy Ghosh becomes Head-West, C R Srinivasan is Head-North

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Times Response: Sujoy Ghosh becomes Head-West, C R Srinivasan is Head-North

Following the recent realignment of responsibilities in the Response section of The Times of India Group, the media behemoth has assigned incremental duties to certain key officials. C R Srinivasan, Deputy Director, who was Head of Response, Delhi, is now Head of Response, North. And Sujoy Ghosh, Vice-President, who was Head of Response, Mumbai, is now Head of Response, West.

A senior Times official informed that in his new role, Ghosh will oversee sales and marketing functions of all the main centres in the western region -- Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, and the satellite offices in Goa, Nashik and Nagpur.

Similarly, Srinivasan would now be heading all Response offices in the northern region, that is, Delhi, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Jaipur, etc. At the same time, Tina Singh has been made Head of Response-Delhi.

Both Srinivasan and Ghosh would continue to report to Bhaskar Das, Executive President (Response).

It may be recalled that last month the Times Group formally restructured its Response activities into two revenue generating streams - conventional sales and private treaties. While Das was made National Sales Head following the departure of Pradeep Guha, Sunil Rajshekhar, who was Director, Response-North, was made the new Head of Private Treaties.

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