Deccan Chronicle is hiring

IN Opportunities | 23/05/2018
Deccan Chronicle is looking for journalists in three states.

 

Deccan Chronicle, the largest circulated English daily in South India, is looking for journalists for its Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Hyderabad editions.

 

KERALA

Correspondents/

Senior correspondents: Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Kozhikode

Senior sub-editor/

Chief sub-editor: Kochi

 

HYDERABAD

Senior sub-editor/ Chief sub-editor

 

TAMIL NADU (BASED IN CHENNAI)

Correspondents/ Senior correspondents

 

Rush your resume to

kerala@deccanmail.com

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