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Bobby Ghosh to replace Sanjoy Narayan as Editor-in-Chief, Hindustan Times

03-May-2016
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Bobby Ghosh to replace Sanjoy Narayan as Editor-in-Chief, Hindustan Times

Senior Journalist Bobby Ghosh is all set to replace the outgoing Editor-in-Chief, Sanjoy Narayan of Hindustan Times and is expected to join the organisation in June or July this year.

Currently Ghosh is the Managing Editor of the business news website Quartz. He was previously TIME Magazine's World Editor and was the first non-American to be appointed in this role. He has previously been TIME's Baghdad Bureau Chief, and one of the longest-serving correspondents in Iraq. He has written stories from other conflict areas, like Palestine and Kashmir.

 Ghosh has also worked for TIME Asia and TIME Europe and has covered subjects as varied as technology, soccer , business and social trends. He started his career as a journalist with Deccan Chronicle at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India. His Baghdad journalism has included profiles of suicide bombers and other terrorists, stories about extraordinary Iraqis and also political figures.

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