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INS polls: Hormusji Cama elected President, Bahubali Shah is Dy President, Sunil Dang is Treasurer

19-September-2006
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INS polls: Hormusji Cama elected President, Bahubali Shah is Dy President, Sunil Dang is Treasurer

The Indian Newspaper Society (INS) elected its new body late on September 18, 2006. Taking over from Malayala Manorama’s Jacob Mathew as President is Mumbai Samachar’s Hormusji Nusserwanji Cama. Gujarat Samachar’s Bahubali Shah has been elected Deputy President. He takes over from Gulab Kothari, MD of Rajasthan Patrika.

Delhi Press’ Paresh Nath replaces I Venkat as Vice President, while The Day After’s Sunil Dang comes in as Treasurer in place of Jagran’s M M Gupta. Deepak S Raja is the new Secretary General of the Society. This completes the office bearers of the INS. The new committee has also been elected that has eight new members.

The subsequent election process for the 35-member committee, where in the membership of every constituent is contested, has also culminated.

The eight outgoing candidates include N Murali of The Hindu, Shanta Kumar of Deccan Herald, I Venkat of Eenadu, D D Purkayastha and Dr A B Sinha of ABP, Gulab Kothari of Rajasthan Patrika, Shakti Das Gupta of Vartamaan and M S Mani of Kerala Kaumudi.

The other members of the newly elected executive committee are:

Dr B S Adityan (Vaarantari Rani)
Viveck Goenka (Indian Express, Mumbai)
Vijay Darda (Lokmat)
Mammen Mathew (Malayala Manorama)
Vijay Kumar Chopra (Punjabi Kesari, Jalandhar)
Pratap G Pawar (Sakal)
Abhay Chhajlani (Nai Dunia)
M P Veerendrakumar (Mathrubhumi)
Pradeep Guha (Divya Bhaskar)
Jacob Mathew (Vanitha)
Girish Agarwal (Dainik Bhaskar, Bhopal)
M J Akbar (Asian Age, Delhi)
Tariq Ansari (Mid-day)
Ashish Bagga (India Today)
Samahit Bal (Pragativadi)
Priyavrat Bhartia (Hindustan Times, New Delhi)
Devendra Darda (Lokmat Times, Nagpur)
Mahendra Mohan Gupta (Dainik Jagran)
Shekhar Gupta (Indian Express, New Delhi)
Sanjay Hazari (The Tribune)
Mohit Jain (Economic Times)
Vineet Jain (Maharashtra Times)
Sarvinder Kaur (Ajit Daily)
Ravindra Kumar (The Statesman)
R Lakshmipathy (Dinamalar)
Atul Maaheshwari (Amar Ujala)
T Venkattram Reddy (Deccan Chronicle)
Rajendra Sharma (Swadesh, Bhopal)
Manoj Kumar Sonthalia (Dinamani)
Kiran B Vadodaria (Sambhaav Metro)
Rajiv Verma (Hindustan Times, Patna)
Kundan Vyas (Janmabhoomi)
Vemuri Balaram (Swati Saparivara Patrika Weekly, Vijayawada)
V K Chopra (Dainik Asam, Guwahati)
Farzana Behram Contractor (Afternoon Despatch & Courier, Mumbai, )
Bhaskar Das (Navbharat Times, Mumbai)
Pradeep Gupta (Dataquest, Gurgaon)
Shailesh Gupta ( Dainik Jagran, Varanasi)
Naresh Mohan (The Sunday Statesman, Kolkata)
R M R Ramesh (Dinakaran, Chennai)
Govindlal Vora (Amrit Sandesh, Raipur)

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