Veteran journalist Satish Jacob resigns from P7 News

Jacob resigns from the post of Editor-in-Chief of P7 News

e4m by Niraj Singh
Updated: Mar 9, 2012 7:45 AM
Veteran journalist Satish Jacob resigns from P7 News

Veteran journalist Satish Jacob has resigned from the post of Editor-in-Chief of P7 News. Jacob had become part of P7 news on January 7, 2011 on condition of a one-year contract. Speaking to exchange4media, P7 management confirmed this development.

Jacob began his journalism career as a trainee journalist with The Statesman. Post that, he joined The Patriot and then later on moved to BBC News. Five years later, he moved to Delhi where he teamed up with Mark Tully, Former Chief of Bureau, New Delhi, BBC News. Together they covered the most dramatic events in modern Indian history such as the defeat of Indira Gandhi in the 1977 general elections, Sanjay Gandhi’s death, and Operation Bluestar and the assassination of Indira Gandhi.

He was the longest serving correspondent of BBC News in India where he spent more than 20 years.

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