Sanjay Pugalia quits as Quint Digital Media president

The Quint says the veteran journalist will ‘continue as friend, guide and mentor to the team’.

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Sanjay Pugalia has resigned as president and editorial director of Quint Digital Media Limited, Exchange4media reported.

Quint Digital Media owns the digital news platforms Quint and Bloomberg Quint.

The company informed the Bombay Stock Exchange on September 16 that the veteran journalist has resigned as the president and editorial director and that he “wishes his very best to the team at the Quint and will continue as friend, guide and mentor to the team”.

It’s not yet clear why Pugalia resigned.

Pugalia had joined Quint in 2016. Previously, he had served as editor-in-chief of CNBC Awaaz and worked with the Times Group, Business Standard, Aaj Tak, Zee News, and Star News.


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