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India Today Group appoints Nonita Kalra as the Editor of Harper’s Bazaar India

18-March-2016
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India Today Group appoints Nonita Kalra as the Editor of Harper’s Bazaar India

The India Today Group has appointed Nonita Kalra as Editor of the Harper’s Bazaar India magazine.

A graduate from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, Kalra started her career as a Trainee Journalist with India Today. She went on to become the Editor-in-Chief of ELLE India for nearly 13 years where she influenced fashion, beauty and lifestyle; her ideas and her initiatives shaped careers and launched trends. Kalra has held prestigious consultancy assignments with Godrej Consumer Products and, most recently, with FDCI. With over two decades of experience in print media and television, Kalra has worked with Business World, UTV, BiTV, and Man'sWorld.

Sanjay Thapar, CEO, Living Media India – Hearst Joint Venture, said, “I am happy to welcome Nonita to Harper’s Bazaar. She’s highly regarded in the fashion industry. Her intellect and passion will surely help the Brand reach greater heights.”

Commenting on her new role, Kalra said, “Harper's Bazaar is an iconic brand and the India edition is a particularly vibrant one, given its informed voice on fashion. I am really excited to be part of such an incredible story.” 

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