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Nicholas Dawes moves on after 3 years at HT

02-September-2016
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Nicholas Dawes moves on after 3 years at HT

After having spent three years at Hindustan Times, Nicholas Dawes has finally left the print giant. He served as the Chief Content Officer at HT. His last working day was on August 29 when he penned a moving article on his family’s relationship with India which dates back to over hundred years. Dawes will soon be joining the Human Rights Watch.   

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