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Hindustan Times appoints Nardeep Singh Dahiya as Resident Editor, Delhi

15-January-2015
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 Hindustan Times appoints Nardeep Singh Dahiya as Resident Editor, Delhi

Hindustan Times has appointed Nardeep Singh Dahiya as Resident Editor, Delhi. Prior to this Dahiya was working with Mail Today, where he was Managing Editor in charge of production, responsible for putting together the edition each night. His previous stints include Asian Age, Business Standard, and Times of India, as well as Hindustan Times.

As Resident Editor, Dahiya will  oversee the  digital and print products in Delhi/NCR  whilst his primary focus will include the metro/NCR pages. He will report to Nicholas Dawes, Chief Editorial and Content Officer, Hindustan Times.
 

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