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Today Executive Editor Venkat Rao moving to DNA

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Today Executive Editor Venkat Rao moving to DNA

DNA is still hiring at the top. Venkat B Rao, Executive Editor of ‘Today’, the afternoon newspaper from the India Today Group, has put in his papers after a three-year stint. He will be joining the recently launched paper as Associate Editor and will be based in Mumbai.

Rao will be looking after the front page and city news in DNA. Confirming the appointment, DNA Editor Gautam Adhikari said, “I am extremely pleased to have Venkat Rao in my team and look forward to his joining within a week.”

Rao had moved to Today after a short stint with The Times of India. Prior to that he was with the Indian Express for about seven years as Resident Editor of the Ahmedabad edition and then the Mumbai edition.

The Zee-Bhaskar promoted DNA was launched on July 30 this year.


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