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Saba Naqvi steps down as Political Editor, Outlook

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Saba Naqvi steps down as Political Editor, Outlook

In a recent development, Senior Journalist and Author Saba Naqvi has resigned from Outlook magazine. She was the Political Editor at Outlook, based out in New Delhi.

Announcing he resignation, she tweeted, “Yes to all queries. Resigned from outlook on saturday. Happy and fine. Thanks to all well wishers. Endings and beginnings.”

Her next destination is not known but there are speculations of her joining a leading English newspaper.

Naqvi has also authored two books ‘In Good Faith’ and ‘Capital Conquest’. Her first book was published in 2012.


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