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Dilip C Mandal, Managing Editor, India Today (Hindi) resigns

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Dilip C Mandal, Managing Editor, India Today (Hindi) resigns

Dilip C Mandal, India Today (Hindi), has resigned from the position of Managing Editor. Mandal declared his decision on his Facebook page. He said on his Facebook page that on account of his life’s priorities, he has resigned. He said that after a break from active journalism and having attempted to work from his home office, he has taken this decision.

Mandal has been associated with major media houses for over two decades. He started journalism with the Delhi edition of DainikJagran. Post that, he was with Jansatta’s Kolkata edition. He did print journalism with India Today, Dainik Amar Ujala, and Inter Press Service. He has done editing, election and parliament coverage.

He has occupied positions such as Associate Producer, Assistant Editor and Senior Producer at TV news channels like AajTak, Zee News and Star News. He has worked as Executive Producer at CNBC Awaaz.

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