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Forbes India top editorial team asked to leave

01-June-2013
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Forbes India top editorial team asked to leave

Trouble is reportedly brewing in Forbes India, four years after the business magazine was launched in the country. According to industry sources, earlier this week, the top editorial team of Forbes India, including Editor Indrajit Gupta, Managing Editor Charles Assisi, Executive Editor Shishir Prasad and Director of Photography Dinesh Krishnan, have been asked to quit.

Currently, Forbes India is functioning without an editor and the editorial team is directly reporting to R Jagannathan, Editor-in-Chief of Network18’s Web & Publishing Division.

As is known, Network18 Group and Forbes Media had forged an alliance in December 2007 to bring Forbes to India. 

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