Kiran B Vadodaria of Sambhaav Metro has been elected President of The Indian Newspaper Society for the year 2014-15 at its 75th Annual General Meeting held in Delhi today. He succeeds Ravindra Kumar of The Statesman.
P V Chandran (Grihalakshmi) is the Deputy President, Somesh Sharma (Rashtradoot Saptahik) is the Vice President and Mohit Jain (Economic Times) is the Honorary Treasurer of the Society for the year 2014-15.
V. Shankaran is the Secretary General of the Society.
The other members of the Executive Committee of the INS are: -
1. L. Adimoolam (Health & The Antiseptic)
2. S B Aditiyan (Maalai Malar)
3. Pawan Agarwal (Dainik Bhaskar, Bhopal)
4. Samahit Bal (Pragativadi)
5. K. Balaji (The Hindu Weekly)
6. V. K. Chopra (Dainik Asam)
7. Vijay Kumar Chopra (Punjabi Kesari, Jalandhar)
8. Rishi Darda (Lokmat, Ahmednagar)
9. Vijay Darda (Lokmat)
10. Jagjit Singh Dardi (Charhdikala Daily)
11. Ravindra Dhariwal (Navbharat Times)
12. Viveck Goenka (The Indian Express, Mumbai)
13. Mahendra Mohan Gupta (Dainik Jagran)
14. Pradeep Gupta (Dataquest)
15. Sanjay Gupta (Dainik Jagran, Varanasi)
16. Shailesh Gupta (Mid-Day)
17. C H Kiron (Vipula & Annadata)
18. R. Lakshmipathy (Dinamalar)
19. Rajul Maheshwari (Amar Ujala)
20. Jayant Mammen Mathew (Malayala Manorama)
21. Vilas A. Marathe (Dainik Hindusthan, Amravati)
22. Naresh Mohan (Sunday Statesman)
23. Abhijit Pratap Pawar (Gomantak, Goa)
24. R.M. R. Ramesh (Dinakaran)
25. K. Raja Prasad Reddy (Sakshi, Vishakhapatnam)
26. Rakesh Sharma (Aaj Samaj)
27. Manoj Kumar Sonthalia (The New Indian Express)
28. Akila Urankar (Business Standard)
29. Kiran D Thakur (Tarun Bharat, Belgaum)
30. M. Venkatesh (Hindustan Times)
31. Vinay Verma (The Tribune)
32. Pratap G. Pawar (Sakal)
33. M. P. Veerendrakumar (Mathrubhumi)
34. Jacob Mathew (Vanitha)
35. Bahubali S. Shah (Gujarat Samachar)
36. Hormusji N Cama ( Bombay Samachar Weekly)
37. T. Venkttaram Reddy (Deccan Chronicle)
38. Kundan R. Vyas (Vyapar, Mumbai)
39. Ashish Bagga (India Today)
40. K N Tilak Kumar (Deccan Herald & Prajavani)
41. Ravindra Kumar (The Statesman)
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