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Dainik Bhaskar ropes in YC Agarwal as Managing Editor, Bihar & Jharkhand

10-April-2014
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Dainik Bhaskar ropes in YC Agarwal as Managing Editor, Bihar & Jharkhand

Dainik Bhaskar has brought on board YC Agarwal as part of the core editorial team for its Bihar and Jharkhand editions. Agarwal has joined the Group as Managing Editor of Bihar and Jharkhand.

His appointment reflects the Group’s constant endeavours to enhance the editorial content and bring in more freshness and a new appeal in the publication. This appointment will further strengthen the leadership team of Dainik Bhaskar in Jharkhand, particularly of the recently launched Patna edition.

Commenting on Agarwal’s appointment, R Swaminathan, Regional Chief Corporate Officer of Bihar & Jharkhand, Dainik Bhaskar said, “We are delighted to have Mr Agarwal in our team. His appointment brings a certain sense of reassurance with it, as our core operations in Bihar and Jharkhand are now in his hands. Also, his encyclopedic knowledge on our industry has always been revered and is highly sought-after by media houses and industry bodies alike. We now stand to benefit not only from his proven editorial expertise, but also from his valuable counsel on building the Dainik Bhaskar brand in Bihar and Jharkhand.”

Agarwal brings with him 42 years of extensive experience in the Indian media industry. Prior to joining Dainik Bhaskar, in his earlier assignments, Agarwal was overall in-charge of Hindustan Media Ventures in leadership roles for the states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.
 

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