Hindustan Times launched its Pune edition this morning.
I am delighted that the city has one more newspaper in addition to theTimes of India, The Indian Express and the Sakaal Times.
I am happy because the Pune Edition has Abhay Vaidya as its Resident Editor, the author of Who Killed Osho?. He is the student of the Department of Communication and Journalism, the University of Pune in the 1987-88 batch, where I taught news reporting. Immediately after he passed out, he joined me as a colleague in the Pune Bureau of the Indian Post (now defunct). He has worked with, among others, the Times of India and DNA.