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Tuesday, 08 February 2011 11:45

Vishweshwar Bhat begins new innings as Editor of Kannada Prabha

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Mangalore, February 8: Vishweshwar Bhat, the former editor of the ‘Vijaya Karnataka’, a Kannada daily belonging to The Times of India group, has joined the State’s fourth largest news paper, Kannada Prabha, as editor-in-chief.

Manoj Kumar Sonthalia, Chairman and Managing director of The New Indian Express group which owns Kannada Prabha introduced Mr Bhat to the editorial staff and management team of Kannada Prabha at its head office in Bangalore on Monday evening.

On his blog, Mr Bhat called the shift to Kannada Prabha a “homecoming”, having served it for four years as sub-editor in the initial stages of his career and then having done another four year stint at the Asian Schoool of Journalism when it was launched by the Express group.

Along with Mr Bhat, Prathapa Simha, former Chief Sub Editor of VK, P Thyagraj, former Chief Correspondent of VK and Radhakrishna Badthi, former Editor of Lavalavike, a magazine of VK, also set to entre the Kannada Prabha, inside source of the daily said. The trio had quit VK along with guru Mr Bhat.

When Mr Bhat resigned VK nearly two months ago, he had cited pursuing higher studies as the reason for quitting and had subsequently launched his own blog.



Like [0]Dislike [0] #5 Dastayya B Guttedar, Kaluburagi2015-11-27
The post for the ctp operator
Like [0]Dislike [0] #4 kariyappa kulagerith, Shirahatti2015-05-26
Good job Sir in are you? Your good writer so your fan
Like [0]Dislike [0] #3 kariyappa kulageri, Shirahatti2015-05-26
Good job Sir... Your fan's
Like [1]Dislike [2] #2 Ranjan Satya S, Mumbai2013-05-08
Almost all journalist takes money to publish the news. The do not consider the value of news for their readers, This is the reason most of the newspapers of nay language are loaded with crime news and film news as this is the only important segment. No news from the academics. All corporate news are paid news.
Newspapers are the 4th pillar of democracy but majority of journalists of today are taking money to publish news. Sometimes they are taking money to not to publish the news. Many a times they blackmail. No moral in any field. The country is going down in every second.
Like [1]Dislike [4] #1 , Bhalki Bidar2011-08-07
We r Not satisfied u r reporter bcoz he is doing like a party leader who have given a money those people news will be add in a paper, every news he want money Govt. Party, Private any development works in taluka even any incident like exident, sucide case, rape case. He want money dont want u r paper important so kindly take a necessary action against him plzzzzzzzzzzz. its my humble request.. Thank u Sir,

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