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Deepak Lamba joins BCCL as President

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Deepak Lamba joins BCCL as President

Deepak Lamba, who had quit Bloomberg UTV in April this year, has joined Bennett Coleman & Company Ltd as President. He could not be reached for more details on his role in the company and his work profile.

Lamba was Business Head at Bloomberg UTV. At the time of quitting, he had mentioned that he would continue to be in the media space and would join a media conglomerate soon with a larger role. He had joined Bloomberg UTV in January 2010.

Lamba completed his MBA from the Pune University, starting his career with where he spent more than four years. He then went on to work as the Director of Viacom Brand Solutions and worked with MTV India for six and a half years.

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