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Shiladitya Pandit has recently assumed the role of principal correspondent at moneycontrol.com. He will be focusing on comprehensive coverage of real estate, steel, and cement industries.

Rail accidents have become so common of late that one could even attribute their rise, mischievously, to a conspiracy by unknown forces to put the Indian Railways out of business and it wouldn’t seem out of place.

Dubbo's daily newspaper, The Daily Liberal, will cease its weekday editions from August 24, cutting back to an "expanded" weekend edition, printed on Saturday.

Rajesh Bharti has announced taking up a new role as a business journalist at Times Internet via linkedin.

The ACE Radio Network has announced a leadership structure in Gippsland

NZME has announced that Sam Western has joined The Hits Tauranga after completing a stint at Sun FM in Whakatane.

Influencing is doubling down on its tech media and PR vertical, welcoming Will McLennan to the team with the remit of covering journalists and PR professionals working in the tech and gaming sector.

The Karnataka government’s controversial Bill providing reservation for local candidates in private sector, raises several important questions about employability in the post-pandemic era and how governments ought to deal with the same.

DViO, a leading full-stack marketing and growth company, has launched a new vertical focused on scaling sustainable businesses securing the marketing mandate for Attero, India's largest lithium-ion battery and e-waste recycling company.

Bianca Dye is back on air at Illawarra, joining i98FM for a two-week stint on the Winter Breakfast show

Nivedita Sikdar has been promoted to associate director PR at PRtainment Media & Communications Pvt. Ltd.

SOCIETY has announced that the agency has promoted Lucy Brewer to client lead and Meriel Killeen to manager.

Tech PR and former journalist Harrison Polites is back at the keyboard, launching a Substack gaming column called Infinite Lives.

Seven has appointed its high-profile foreign correspondent Hugh Whitfield as the new director of its national news desk.

The tragic killing of four soldiers has once again exposed the grave dangers our soldiers encounter on a daily basis as the rest of us go about our lives bragging about the growing stock market and celebrating IMF’s prediction of 7 per cent growth in the


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