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Alka Saxena joins Amar Ujala as Editor Digital & Convergence

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Alka Saxena joins Amar Ujala as Editor Digital & Convergence

Senior journalist Alka Saxena has joined Amar Ujala as Editor Digital & Convergence. Saxena exited News Express as Managing Editor before taking up her new role.

She will be directly reporting to Amar Ujala's Managing Director Rajul Maheshwari.

Prior to her stint at News Express, she served as Editor, Zee News. Saxena has a rich experience of close to 30 years in the field of journalism - 9 years in print and 21 years in television.

One of the founding members and leading anchor of Aaj Tak, she has been a pioneer and one of the most credible news anchors on Indian Television. She anchored India’s first live Television election show - (72 hours live election counting) Aaj Tak-Apka Faisla, in 1998. Since then, she has anchored all live election analyses till date.

She has been conferred several awards for her work as a journalist and later as a television personality/anchor. 


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