Six days after the internet chief of the Times group, Rishi Khiani, quit to start his own venture, the new CEO Satyan Gajwani—son-in-law of Times bossman Samir Jain—has made his appearance in the newspaper.
A business page story in the paper today announces that the Times’ online music platform will be available on Microsoft’s Surface.
Says Satyan Gajwani, CEO of Times Internet Ltd, “We want gaana.com to be as accessible to users as possible. The Windows8 Surface tablet is an exciting innovation, and a fantastic new way for users to experience music on demand. The Gaana app is now available in the Surface store for users globally to listen, compile, and share the music they love.”
Miami-born Gajwani is married to Samir Jain’s painter-daughter Trishla Jain. The two met while they were at Stanford.
Gajwani did a spell as executive assistant to Times group CEO Ravi Dhariwal before moving to the internet operations of the group.
Photograph: courtesy Tech Circle
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