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R Rajmohan elected President of Association of Indian Magazines

11-November-2016
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R Rajmohan elected President of Association of Indian Magazines

 R Rajmohan has been elected as the President of Association of Indian Magazines ( AIM), at the AGM held in Mumbai. Rajmohan, Chief Marketing Officer ( North) & Head- Special Projects, Malayala Manorama Group, is a veteran in print media having worked with The Times of India, India Today,
Hindustan Times, Outlook, Open Media Network etc and has been a Governing Council member of AIM since its inception.

 B Srinivasan, Managing Director, Vikatan Group, will be the new VicePresident and Indranil Roy, Executive Director & Publisher, Outlook Group has been elected as the General Secretary.  Pradeep Gupta, Chairman & Managing Director, CyberMedia, who is a former president of AIM, has been re-elected as the Treasurer.

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