February 2, 2012

Vinod Mehta to retire as Editor-in-Chief of Outlook

A great era in print journalism in India has come to an end, as Vinod Mehta retired as the Editor-in-Chief of 'Outlook' after serving the Magazine for 17 years on that post.

Krishna Prasad will take over as the Editor-in-Chief of 'Outlook'. Vinod Mehta will continue as Advisor of the Magazine. He vowed to remain associated with it.

Vinod Mehta was the founder-editor of 'Outlook', which was launched in 1995. Mehta also held the post of Editor at several news publications, including 'Pioneer', 'The Sunday Observer', 'The Independent' and 'The Indian Post'.

He was also the founder-editor of 'Bombay Daily', which has become defunct now. Vinod Mehta is a known figure in media circle and is being regarded as one of the senior-most Editors in the country.

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