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Catch News completes one year of operation?blur=25

Catch News, an online news portal from The Patrika Group has recently completed one year of operation

exchange4media Staff Sep 9, 2016 11:43 AM

Rajasthan Patrika launches multi-media digital platform Catch?blur=25

Shoma Chaudhury named Editor-in-Chief. Bharat Bhushan has been appointed as Editor and Vinny Ganju named COO

Abid Hasan May 7, 2015 4:35 PM

Rajasthan Patrika launches multi-media digital platform Catch?blur=25

Shoma Chaudhury named Editor-in-Chief. Bharat Bhushan has been appointed as Editor and Vinny Ganju named COO

Abid Hasan May 7, 2015 8:45 AM

Sandeep Bamzai takes over as Editor, Mail Today?blur=25

Sandeep Bamzai replaces Bharat Bhushan, who had quit as Editor of Mail Today in December 2011

Shree Lahiri Jan 6, 2012 7:21 AM

Changes at Mail Today: Manoj Sharma replaces Rahul Thappa?blur=25

Rahul Thappa, hitherto the COO, has resigned from the company. The Editor of Mail Today, Bharat Bhushan, too, has put in his papers.

Shree Lahiri Dec 20, 2011 7:17 AM

If media proves incorrigible, harsh measures may be required: Markandey Katju?blur=25

At a meeting with senior journalists and editors on October 10, 2011, newly-appointed Chairman of the Press Council of India, Markandey Katju, warned, “If media proves incorrigible, harsh measures may be required”. Such measures could include imposing heavy fines on defaulters, stopping government advertisements for them and even suspending their licence.

Niraj Singh Oct 12, 2011 8:28 AM

DNA drops its edit page; scribes react sharply?blur=25

English daily DNA’s decision to drop the edit page from the newspaper has met with some pretty strong reactions from the media community.

Nitin Pandey Feb 2, 2011 7:38 AM

Mail Today turns 3; eyes 4.5 lakh circulation in Delhi?blur=25

Mail Today completes its third year in the industry today. The newspaper was launched on November 16, 2007 for the Delhi masses by the India Today Group, in collaboration with Associated Newspaper. To commemorate this occasion, the newspaper has brought out a 96-page mega-issue that highlights the ‘Pacesetters’ of India.

Akash Raha Nov 16, 2010 7:31 AM