May 2, 2012

INDIA: Young Aging Expert Is Editor of Seniors World Chronicle

MUMBAI, India / Seniors World Chronicle / MAY 2, 2012 

Mumbai-based Ravi Chawla, Founder Editor and Owner of Seniors World Chronicle, announced today that he is handing over complete charge and ownership of the Internet daily digest of international news and reports on Aging, to Sailesh Mishra of Silver Innings.  
Seniors World Chronicle.com was launched in 2005 by Ravi Chawla, who has worked all his life as reporter, editor and publisher of specialist journals. This journal has already published nearly 12,000 reports from 250 countries and attracted an estimated 500,000 visitors up to end March 2012.

Chawla is completing 75 years of age in a few weeks and has opted out in favour of the dynamic young Sailesh Mishra to continue operations of Seniors World Chronicle. 

Mishra has 15 years of hard core marketing experience and since the year 2006, has dedicated himself to work with Senior Citizens. 
Says Mishra: "I am Social Gerontologist by Experience and Founder President of Silver Inning Foundation, Not for Profit and 'Silver Innings,' a Social Enterprise working with Senior Citizens."

For increasingly internet savvy senior citizens everywhere,Seniors World Chronicle serves as a single source of international coverage of all issues concerning older persons. Access is free to all internet users and no registration is required.

More information from:
Ravi Chawla 91-9322 633 718
Sailesh Mishra 91-9987 104 233

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