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Brinda Dasgupta joins The Economic Times, Bangalore Bureau as a Correspondent covering features on campuses, hiring, talent acquisition, workplace developments and trends. Earlier she was with The Financial Express, Femina and Trans World Features- a news agency in Kolkata. 34 more words

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Renuka Suryavanshi joins Jagran Cityplus- an entertainment weekly of Jagran Prakshan Group as Pune Bureau Chief. Prior to this, she has worked with dailies – The Times Of India, Dainik Jagran, Sakaal Times and Go Pune – a Travel Magazine. 34 more words

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Sounak Mitra has joined HT Mint as National Writer covering FMCG, Consumer and Retail. Prior to this he has worked with Business Standard, The Times of India, The Telegraph, DESH Patrika (a Bengali literary magazine) and Mergermarket (a London based financial publication). 68 more words

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Business Journalist Ajay Modi joins Business Standard as an Assistant Editor. His previous spell was with Business Today magazine of India Today Group. Winner of Business Standard Seema Nazareth Award for Excellence in Print Journalism 2006, Ajay can be reached at @ajaymodibt. 41 more words

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Rahul Ravikumar joins the English daily – The New Indian Express  as Sub Editor covering Sports. His last stint was at The Hindu as Sub-Editor online.  31 more words

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The Midwest is Going Vegan People! Want Proof? Check this out!

Recently, I spoke at the Michigan Veg Fest, a massive vegan event held in a suburb outside Detroit! Movie star and vegan activist Alicia Silverstone also spoke and signed copies of her new book… 88 more words

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Top Muslim Women Twitterati

Top Muslim Women Twitterati.

Top Muslim Women Twitterati

April 22, 2015 by Hind Makki 15 Comments

The women of Muslim Twitter are a dynamic and inspiring  group and no list of Muslim Twitterati would be complete without their full representation. 1,622 more words

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