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ZigWheels ropes in Sarmad Kadiri as Associate Editor

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ZigWheels ropes in Sarmad Kadiri as Associate Editor

Sarmad Kadiri, one of the well-known faces in the automobile media industry, has moved on from Car India and Bike India (Next Gen Publishing) magazines, after working in the company for over six years. He has joined automobile portal ZigWheels from Times Internet as Associate Editor, where he will be an integral part of the web portal and the ZigWheels magazine. He will be based out of Mumbai and will report to Editor Vikrant Singh.

Commenting on Kadiri’s appointment, Vikrant Singh, Editor, ZigWheels said, "Sarmad, with his long and varied experience as a motoring journalist in both the print and online space, brings with him a certain depth which will hold us in very good stead moving ahead.”

Kadiri has been in the industry for close to 15 years and has undertaken writing projects with publications and media houses such as DNA (After Hours), Mid-Day, Yuva magazine, Red FM and Sony Entertainment Television.

On his new role, Kadiri said, “ZigWheels has huge potential and I hope to do justice to it. Next Gen has given me immense exposure and opportunities. I've worked at their Mumbai and Pune offices, and my colleagues have made my stint very rewarding and memorable.”

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