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It’s official – Rajan Kohli seeks voluntary separation from HT

07-April-2004
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It’s official – Rajan Kohli seeks voluntary separation from HT

Through an internal communiqué delivered to the senior most members of Hindustan Times management, Shobhana Bhartiya, Chairperson, HT, confirmed the official exit of Rajan Kohli from the post of Executive President.

“Kohli has sought voluntary separation from the Hindustan Times,” read the communiqué.

The official statement quoted Bhartiya as saying: “I would like to place on record how much I have enjoyed working with Rajan. He is a decent, straightforward human being of unimpeachable integrity whose honesty and directions have made it a pleasure to deal with him.”

It was exchange4media.com to break the story on his most anticipated quit from the group. Though Kohli refuted the chances, reliable sources in the media confirmed that the promoters of Hindustan Times had decided to replace Kohli from his position and a formal announcement to this was in the offing.

On April 06, 2004, we wrote: Rajan Kohli likely to move out of Hindustan Times

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