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Peter Griffin joins The Hindu as Deputy Resident Editor, Mumbai

25-November-2015
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Peter Griffin joins The Hindu as Deputy Resident Editor, Mumbai

After Sachin Kalbag, Mini Kapoor, Mahesh Langa, and Namarata Joshi, The Hindu has roped in Senior Journalist Peter Griffin as Deputy Resident Editor for their Mumbai edition.

Yesterday was Griffin’s first day at The Hindu. He tweeted about his appointment:

Griffin comes with a vast experience of around 27 years. He was associated with different sectors such as advertising agency, newspaper, broadcasting and radio.

He is an author, and is also the co founder of World Wide Help Group and Caferati Creative. He worked with Forbes Life India for seven years as Editor for special projects, Social Media.

Announcing about his joining, Malini Parthasarathy, Editor, The Hindu tweeted, “Delighted to welcome aboard the talented & creative Peter Griffin as Deputy Resident Editor of our Mumbai edition!”

Sachin Kalbag, Resident Editor, The Hindu, Mumbai tweeted, “Welcoming a wonderful writer and human being to the Mumbai newsroom madness.”

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