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R C Venkateish steps down as Dish TV CEO, Jawahar Goel replaces Dr Subhash Chandra as Chairman

28-October-2015
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R C Venkateish steps down as Dish TV CEO, Jawahar Goel replaces Dr Subhash Chandra as Chairman

In a latest development R C Venkateish, CEO of Dish TV has stepped down from his current role.

In a Bombay Stock Exchange announcement, Dish TV India Ltd has informed BSE that the Board at its meeting held on October 27, 2015 accepted the resignation of Dr. Subhash Chandra, Non-Executive Promoter Director of the Company, from the close of working hours of October 27, 2015, and nominated Jawahar Lal Goel as Chairman of the Board.

The company also updated about the resignation of R C Venkatesh as CEO. The statement said, “Resignation of R. C. Venkateish, as the Chief Executive Officer of the Company, with effect from the close of working hours of October 31, 2015.

Further, the Board has also accepted the resignation of Mintoo Bhandari, Non-Executive Nominee Director and  Utsav Baijal, Alternate Director to  Mintoo Bhandari from the Board of Directors of the Company, from the close of working hours of October 27, 2015.

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