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Amish Devgan steps down as Editor, Zee Business

03-May-2016
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Amish Devgan steps down as Editor, Zee Business

After 14 years with Zee Media, Amish Devgan has decided to step down. He was one of the prominent faces of Zee Media in the broadcasting industry. His next destination is unknown as of now.
 
He was a prime time Anchor and Chief Editor with Zee Business. He hosted 'Big Story Big Debate' @ 8pm daily, which includes debate and discussion on politics, economy, financial markets and all the current and day to day big issues with high profile political and corporate guests and experts.
 
He also hosted and produced the 'Commodity Market' show and held Commodity Investor Camps across India; Commodity and Indian Agriculture being his special interest areas and passion.
 
As the host for one of the pioneering and most popular shows on commodities across all business channels ‘Mandi Live’, he has won praise and carved a niche for himself among the galaxy of business anchors.
 
Devgan, who has over a decade’s experience in journalism, started his career with Hindustan Times, Delhi in early 2002. He joined Zee News in January 2002 and later in 2005 moved to the new business channel ,Zee Business as an anchor.

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