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Tinaz Nooshian takes over as Executive Editor, Mid-Day

29-September-2015
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Tinaz Nooshian takes over as Executive Editor, Mid-Day

Tinaz Nooshian has been promoted as Executive Editor of Mid-Day. She takes over from Sachin Kalbag.

Her tenure at the paper owned by Jagran Prakashan Ltd began this July, when she was appointed Deputy Editor on the daily and Editor of its weekend product, Sunday Mid-Day.

Starting her career at The Asian Age, Nooshian has 15 years of experience in the print industry, and has worked in various senior positions, including that of National Features Editor at Mumbai Mirror.

Nooshian’s association with Mid-Day is not new. She joined the publication in 2005, and was National Features Editor for the daily edition, and Editor, Sunday, in 2010. In 2011, she left the group to take up a position with The Times of India, Mumbai. This was followed by a three-year stint at Mirror, a compact newspaper from Bennett, Coleman and Co. 
 
Commenting on her appointment, Shailesh Gupta, Director, JPL said “Tinaz brings in a lot of positive energy along with a wealth of experience. Under her, we expect Midday to grow from strength to strength.”

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