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Ravi Joshi joins as Resident Editor of DNA Bangalore

26-October-2010
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Ravi Joshi joins as Resident Editor of DNA Bangalore

Ravi Joshi has joined DNA Bangalore as its Resident Editor. Joshi moves from The New Indian Express where he was the Deputy Resident Editor based in Bangalore. He moves in place of Vinay Kamat, who was the Resident Editor of DNA Bangalore and who now has moved to The Times of India.

Confirming the development, Joshi said, “DNA is a huge brand and we want to leverage this strength in both diversifying our presence and making the brand much stronger. It is a huge growth plan that we are looking at.”

Though Joshi did not divulge details, he informed that the plans ahead included changes both in terms of content and presence of the newspaper from DNA in Bangalore.

Joshi started his career with The Times of India in Delhi and then moved to Hindustan Times doing also a stint at India Today in Delhi. He has spent three years in The New Indian Express where he was first in Chennai and later moved to Bangalore to look after the Karnataka market.


 

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