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Mehraj Dube joins Essel Group as Deputy VP

15-June-2016
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Mehraj Dube joins Essel Group as Deputy VP

Well known television anchor and former VP of The Statesman, Mehraj Dube has been appointed as Deputy Vice President, Essel Group.

Dube has over 16 years of experience in the field of journalism and media management. In his new role, Dube will be reporting directly to the Chairman’s office.

With experience in news reporting, news presenting, debate shows, show designing, marketing and content positioning, Dube’s has over the years become one of the most celebrated anchors in business journalism.

Dubey started his career with CNBC and later moved to Star News and became a well known name with his show Fund Ka Funda. He joined NDTV India in 2007 and was part of some popular shows like India 9 Baje, Money Mantra on NDTV Profit and Sabse Bada Rupaiya.

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