Harish Khare

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Harish Khare
Harish Khre Chief editor English Tribune.jpg
Nationality Indian
Partner(s) Renana Jhabvala,a social worker

Harish Khare is a former Media Advisor of the Indian Prime Minister who remained in Prime Minister's Office from June 2009 to January 2012. On January 19, 2012 he resigned from his post & vacated the position for Pankaj Pachauri, Managing Editor NDTV India, who will be joining as Prime Minister's Communication Advisor.[1] Harish Khare has worked as Resident Editor and chief of bureau with The Hindu in New Delhi, India.[2] On November 14, 2012, he was awarded the Jawarharlal Nehru Fellowship for his project "Governing India in the 21 st Century: Reinventing Nehruvian Executive Leadership Mode."[3] He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Tribune Group of Publications since June 1, 2015.[4]

Harish Khare is married to the social worker Renana Jhabvala.

Offices held[edit]

Preceded by
K.K. Katyal
'Chief of the National Bureau'
The Hindu

Succeeded by
Siddharth Varadarajan
Preceded by
Deepak Sandhu
'Media Adviser'
Prime Minister's Office

Succeeded by
Pankaj Pachauri

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