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R Jagannathan quits DNA; Aditya Sinha to join as new Editor-in-Chief

27-November-2010
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R Jagannathan quits DNA; Aditya Sinha to join as new Editor-in-Chief

R Jagannathan has put in his papers at DNA. Jagannathan was in charge of the entire paper as the Managing Editor since June 2007. According to sources, Aditya Sinha from The New Indian Express is likely to join DNA as its Editor-in-Chief.

Prior to his stint as Managing Editor, Jagannathan was Editor, DNA Money, and was thereafter elevated from that post.

He is rumoured to be joining the Network18 Group. Jagannathan was earlier associated with the Business Standard group and has also been the Editor of Indian Management, a magazine by Business Standard. His earlier stints include Editor of Businessworld; Editor of The Financial Express, and the founding Executive Editor of Business Today.
 

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