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NewsX, Vir Sanghvi officially part ways from January 29, 2008

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NewsX, Vir Sanghvi officially part ways from January 29, 2008

Ending days of intense media speculations, NewsX and its CEO Vir Sanghvi have jointly announced their decision to terminate their professional working relationship with effect from January 29, 2008.

Indrani Mukerjea, Chairperson, INX News Pvt Ltd, said, “I wish Vir well in his future endeavours. NewsX is on target for a speedy launch, and we will announce a new editorial head shortly.”

Sanghvi said, “I hope that we can now put the rumours, leaks and plants of the last fortnight behind us as we have separated in an atmosphere of goodwill and amicability.”

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