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ABP’s Kishore Ajwani joins IBN 7 as Deputy Managing Editor

04-July-2016
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ABP’s Kishore Ajwani joins IBN 7 as Deputy Managing Editor

Senior journalist and well known ABP News anchor Kishore Ajwani has joined IBN 7 as Deputy Managing Editor.

Ajwani has been associated with ABP Group for more than eight years and is known amongst the leading anchors in the Hindi news space today. Prior to joining ABP News, Ajwani was working as Deputy Executive Producer, Zee News. He has also served stints with DD Sports and Leo Burnett.

Having completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Engineering from Doctor Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Ajwani also holds Post Graduate Diploma in International Marketing from Delhi School of Economics and Diploma in Communications from MICA, Ahmadabad.

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