TopNews is managed by a team of professional news editors. Main focus of TopNews is in Stock Markets, Real Estate and Power Sector. TopNews also offers information about latest gadgets and information technology. TopNews has recently started Sports, Law, Entertainment, Health and US Elections Section. Offering Stock Market advice to day traders and long term investors is a task of big responsibility.
TopNews editors try their best to get the latest and accurate information from Technical Analysts and market experts. We suggest our visitors and members to consult their financial advisor before making a final decision about investments.
A brief profile of our editors and reporters has been listed below.
Neeta Aurora has done Master of Arts (Economics) & MBA from Delhi University. Neeta worked as a junior analyst at Religare Securities for 1 year before joining TopNews. Neeta has attended workshops from Technical experts in Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Neeta Aurora manages Analyst View Section and Stock Trading category on TopNews. Neeta remains in contact with various technical experts to get the latest recommendations for specific stocks.
Shilpa Mahapatre manages Stocks and Forex section on TopNews. Shilpa has done Masters in Management Studies from Mumbai Univesity. Shilpa worked for two years with Shalini Infosys, Dadar, Mumbai. She joined TopNews in April, 2007. Shipla has recently started her own blog which offers course guide for students.
Malini Ranade is working as a junior editor for Company News section on TopNews. Malini finished her Masters in Business Administration from Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth. She joined TopNews as she had a desire to be a stocks editor. Malini always wanted to join TV News channel to become a business reporter. She remains in touch with many technical analysts for latest news about these sectors.
Neha Malik finished her Master of Arts in Mass Communication in year 2004 from Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi. Neha has special interest in politics and manages politics section at TopNews.
Manpreet Dhillon has finished Master of Law in year 2006. Manpreet joined TopNews as he wanted to start a career in journalism. He has extensive knowledge of Business and Company Laws. Manpreet manages news about Law and Politics at TopNews.
Darpana Kutty manages Technology Section at TopNews. Darpana has finished Master of Science - Electronics at Karnataka State Women University. She has special interest in Technological advancements, gadgets and science news.
Gaurav Mehra joined TopNews in March, 2007. Gaurav finished his bachelor degree in Commerce from Ahmedabad. He joined Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha Vishwavidyalaya for Masters of Business Administration (Real Estate). Gaurav manages IPO and Stock Markets section on TopNews.
Sukant Sharma works as reporter for stocks section at TopNews. Sukant has special interest in Power Sector and Fertilizer Stocks. Sukant has finished Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Punjab University, Chandigarh.
Keshav Seth works as senior reporter with TopNews. Keshav has finished Masters in Business Administration. Keshav manages company news section at TopNews.
Rajvir Khanna has special interest in Energy Sector. Rajvir has finished Masters Degree in Commerce from Punjabi University, Patiala. Rajvir has worked for two years as senior support professional with Hero Mindmine.
Most of the Sports and Entertainment News on TopNews are sourced from ANI Media Private Limited. ANI offers news content to major newspapers and TV Channels in India including Hindustan Times, The Tribune, Aaj-Tak, NDTV and Times of India. TopNews is looking for junior editors and reporters in Sports and Entertainment section. If you have the passion for journalism and want to be a part of TopNews team, get in touch with us.
Last Updated: 22-Oct-2007
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