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Sudeep Mukhia returns to CNN IBN as Executive Editor; Nisha Poddar joins as Deputy Editor

06-April-2016
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Sudeep Mukhia returns to CNN IBN as Executive Editor; Nisha Poddar joins as Deputy Editor

Sudeep Mukhia, who was the Resident Editor of Hindustan Times is back to CNN- IBN as Executive Editor. He was also a part of CNN-IBN’s launch team in 2005, while Senior Journalist, Nisha Poddar, M&A reporter with ET Now is back to CNBC-TV18 as Deputy Editor M&A

 Mukhia has more than 21 years of experience and has worked with publications like India Today, Indian Express, The Financial Express and Hindustan Times. At CNN-IBN, he was Editor-in-charge of output. He joined Hindustan Times in 2010 as Resident Editor and has been associated with the publication for around five years.

Poddar has been associated with ET Now for more than six years and has also worked with NDTV Profit in the past. Poddar is an alumnus of Asian College of Journalism. 

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