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Deep Halder to join Dainik Bhaskar Post as Editor

02-May-2016
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Deep Halder to join Dainik Bhaskar Post as Editor

Senior Journalist Deep Halder will be joining Dainik Bhaskar Post as Editor .Halder is a senior journalist with over 14 years of experience in print and television media.

Halder said, “Currently, as Deputy Executive Editor of Mail Today, I am in charge of the front page of the paper as well as the news desk. Prior to this, I was the Executive Editor of Millennium Post. I joined the publication at the inception stage, spearheading the launch of the 16-page daily broadsheet, with circulation in Delhi and NCR and focus on investigative journalism. I was also Resident Editor of Mid Day's Delhi edition and have worked in senior positions in Hindustan Times, DNA and Pioneer. I received the Media and Human Rights Award 2004 from the Indian Institute of Human Rights (IIHR), New Delhi.”

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