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Aditya Sinha quits as Editor-in-Chief of DNA

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Aditya Sinha quits as Editor-in-Chief of DNA

Aditya Sinha has put in his papers as Editor-in-Chief of DNA after a two-year stint with the company. Prior to DNA, he was Editor-in-Chief of The New Indian Express for four years. Before that he was with HT.

Talking to exchange4media, Sinha said, “My experience with DNA was happy and eventful. I made a lot of friends.” Commenting on next destination, he said, “I will be spending the next few months writing, so let’s see about my next destination.”

Having spent most of his childhood and adolescence in abroad, Sinha started his career in Delhi in 1987. For most of his career as a reporter in the ’80s and ’90s, he had reported on terrorism in Punjab, Kashmir and Assam. He had also done reporting from Pakistan and was the only Indian reporter in Peshawar.

Meanwhile, Ravi Joshi has been brought in as Resident Editor of DNA in Mumbai. Prior to this he was Resident Editor in Bangalore. Joshi started his career with The Times of India in Delhi and then moved to Hindustan Times, with a stint also at India Today in Delhi. He had earlier spent three years in The New Indian Express, where he was first in Chennai and later moved to Bangalore to look after the Karnataka market.

On his new role, Joshi said, “I have been with DNA for the last two years and have been transferred to Mumbai this month. It is a great experience working with DNA. We have done some very good things in the past and are looking to carry on with this work in the coming year.”

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