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Pankaj Belwariar slated to join Sakal as VP

23-March-2015
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Pankaj Belwariar slated to join Sakal as VP

Pankaj Belwariar, Senior Regional General Manager of Malayala Manorama has decided to move on after a twelve-year long stint with the organisation. He is a senior media veteran with more than 23 years of experience.

Belwariar will join Sakal as Vice President next month and will be based out of New Delhi. He joined Malayala Manorama in 2003 as Regional Manager and was promoted to Senior Regional General Manager in 2009..

He started his carrier with Times of India in 1992 as Assistant Manager based out of Patna and after working there for three years he moved on to another Hindi daily Amar Ujala as Regional Manager and worked there for eight years.

Belwariar is an alumnus of St Stephens College, New Delhi and Indian Institute of Management and Technology, Ghaziabad.

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