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Mahesh Langa joins The Hindu as Senior Assistant Editor

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Mahesh Langa joins The Hindu as Senior Assistant Editor

The Hindu has appointed Mahesh Langa as Senior Assistant Editor. Langa takes on the role with more than a decade of experience covering politics and crime. He will be based out of Ahmedabad and report to Amit Baruah, Resident Editor, The Hindu, New Delhi.

Prior joining The Hindu, Langa worked with Hindustan Times since 2009. He also worked with Indian Express for two years.

Langa started his career with Tehelka magazine in 2005. Talking to exchange4media about his new stint with The Hindu he said, “There is no doubt The Hindu is the best newspaper of the country in terms of reportage and I am glad that I have joined them.”

Amit Baruah, Resident Editor and Malini Parthasarathy, Editor, The Hindu both took to Twitter to welcome Langa to the editorial team. 

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