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Following Rahul Joshi's exit, ET elevates Bodhisatva Ganguli to Executive Editor

26-August-2015
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Following Rahul Joshi's exit, ET elevates Bodhisatva Ganguli to Executive Editor

After ET's Editorial Director Rahul Joshi moved to Network18 as CEO, News and Group Editor-In Chief, Bodhisatva Ganguli, who was serving as Deputy Executive Editor, has been promoted to Executive Editor, confirm sources. He has been associated with the group for more than fifteen years now. He was serving as Deputy Executive Editor before the promotion.

The development was announced to the Economic Times team in an internal communication. Raj Jain, CEO, BCCL was not available for a comment at the time of filing the report.

With Bodhisatva Ganguli at the helm, Saubhik Chakrabarti has been named Deputy Editor. He will be in charge of views, features, politics, Sunday ET, ET Wealth, and ET Panache.

Santosh Menon has been promoted as Deputy Executive Editor. All resident editors will be reporting to him. He will also continue to spearhead special project, training and recruitment in ET.

Javed Sayed has been elevated as assistant executive editor and will be responsible for driving synergies and integration between ET Online over and above his current responsibilities.

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