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Dwaipayan Bose quits DNA, joins Mail Today as Editor

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Dwaipayan Bose quits DNA, joins Mail Today as Editor

Dwaipayan Bose has quit DNA as Editor-in-Chief and joined Mail Today, India Today’s tabloid newspaper, as Editor. He will be based in Delhi. He replaces Abhijit Majumder who stepped down as Editor of Mail Today just last week. This is Bose's second stint at the India Today Group

“I am coming back to this organisation after 10 years. I consider this to be the gold standard for journalism. I am very happy and it is a very great team that I am working with,” Bose told exchange4media.

Bose has also worked with The Times of India, where he was the Resident Editor in charge of Bhopal, Indore and Raipur editions. He has also been associated with HT Media, Dainik Bhaskar and Network 18. Bose has been integral to the launch of Jaipur and Indore editions of DNA.

“Thrilled to join the venerable India Today Group, the gold standard for journalism in the country, as Editor of @mail today,” he tweeted.

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