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Days after Times Now Editor-in-Chief and Newshour anchor Arnab Goswami announced his resignation, reports suggest that he might be replaced by Rahul Shivshankar. Shivshankar is currently the Editor-in-Chief of NewsX and has previously worked with Times Now under Goswami. According to a report by TheNewsMinute, Shivshankar will join as the new Editor-in-Chief at Times Now from December 15.
Shivshankar has an experience of over 20 years in journalism and has worked with several media houses including India Today, Headlines Today and NewsX.
Arnab Goswami, who became popular for his prime time debate show NewsHour and ‘frankly speaking with Arnab’ had resigned on November 1 after working with the channel for a decade.