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Ritu Sarin to be Executive Editor at Indian Express (News & Investigation)

04-August-2014
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Ritu Sarin to be Executive Editor at Indian Express (News & Investigation)

The Indian Express has made some major changes in its newsroom with effect from 1st August, 2014.

Ritu Sarin will be Executive Editor (News and Investigation). Sarin leverages more than three decades of reporting experience. She will work closely with reporting teams across bureaus and centres.

P Vaidyanathan Iyer will move back to Delhi as National Affairs Editor. Iyer, who was Resident Editor in Mumbai, will take overall charge of the coverage of politics, government and business in New Delhi. Associate Editor D K Singh, who heads the Delhi Bureau, and Senior Editor Anil Sasi, who will head the business bureau, will report to Iyer. Deputy Editor Subhomoy Bhattacharjee will now focus fulltime on reporting and writing. Monojit Majumdar will now be National Editor (Quality Control & Synergy). Deputy Editor Dawa Lhamu will be in charge of the national news desk. All city desks and the nodal desk will report to her. Deputy Editor Shalini Langer will be in charge of the Special Stories Cell and state correspondents.

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