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Web18’s VP - News, Sports and Entertainment, Roshan Tamang, likely to join Times Group

06-November-2009
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Web18’s VP - News, Sports and Entertainment, Roshan Tamang, likely to join Times Group

Roshan Tamang, VP - News, Sports and Entertainment, has reportedly put in his papers at Web18 and is likely to join the Times Group. Tamang had joined Web18 in July 2005 and is currently serving his notice period. This week is said to be his last working week at Web 18. Prior to joining Web18, he was with Times Internet Ltd as News Editor.

While Tamang was unavailable for comments, industry sources, however, have confirmed his movement. It is not known what his designation would be at the Times Group nor which division he is joining.

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