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Bobby Ghosh puts in his papers as Editor-In-Chief of Hindustan Times

Bobby Ghosh, Editor-in-Chief of Hindustan Times, has put in his papers as he will be returning to New York for personal reasons. 

Announcing this in an internal mail, Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson, HT Media, said, “Bobby has only been with HT Digital Streams Ltd for 14 months, but in that time he has engineered a dramatic transformation of our various news products. This is reflected not only in our traffic numbers, but in the sheer ambition of our journalism. Under his leadership, HT Newsroom has pursued bold ideas and has addressed some of the most pressing issues of our time. We have come to be recognized as the place for journalistic innovation and enterprise.” 

Prior to joining HT, Ghosh was Managing Director at ‘Quartz’ and International Editor at ‘Time’ magazine. He was the first non-American to be titled as World Editor in Time’s more than 80-year history. He has previously been Time’s Baghdad Bureau Chief, and one of the longest-serving correspondents in Iraq. Apart from this, he has written reports from other conflict areas, like Palestine. 

He was also part of Time Asia and Time Europe and has covered subjects as varied as technology and football, business and social trends. His stint in Baghdad included profiles of suicide bombers and other terrorists, stories about extraordinary Iraqis and also political figures. 

Ghosh began his career as a journalist with Deccan Chronicle in Visakhapatnam.


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