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DTH Operators Association of India elects Anil Khera as President

20-May-2015
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DTH Operators Association of India elects Anil Khera as President

DTH Operators Association of India, the apex body of Indian DTH operators, has announced that Anil Khera, CEO, Videocon d2h, will be its new president. Khera was elected unanimously and will be its president for a term of one year.

On his appointment, Khera said, “We will be working together to resolve the issues pertaining to the DTH industry. We will take up the issues of DTH operators with the relevant government authorities. I hope that we will be able to resolve all issues of DTH operators amicably with all the stakeholders. I thank all the members for showing faith in me.”

The DTH operators association is an apex body of all DTH operators of India namely, Videocon d2h, TATA Sky, Airtel Digital TV, Sun Direct, Dish TV and Reliance Digital TV.

Anil Khera has been the CEO of Videocon d2h since its inception. Prior to Videocon d2h, he was heading the brands, Sansui and Kelvinator.

 

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