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Web18’s Rishi Khiani joins Times Internet as CEO

04-August-2009
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Web18’s Rishi Khiani joins Times Internet as CEO

Rishi Khiani has joined Times Internet Ltd as CEO. He moves from Web18, the Internet arm of the Network18 Group, where he had recently put in his papers as COO. June 30, 2009 was his last working day with Web18. When contacted, Khiani confirmed his movement, but refused to give any further details.

In the past, Khiani has been the CEO of Sidewalks of the World from January 2004 to July 2007, and CEO, UrbanEye Media, a computer software firm, from April 1998 to August 2006. UrbanEye Media was acquired by the Network18 Group in August 2007. Khiani had done his Entrepreneurial Studies from Babson College.

It may be recalled that Dinesh Wadhawan had put in his papers as the MD and CEO of Times Internet Ltd in June 2009. Wadhawan has now been appointed on the Board of RockeTalk, a San Diego, California based mobile application company.

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