[caption id="attachment_136257" align="alignright" width="150"] Naveen Tewari[/caption] Paytm makes three strategic board appointments Mobile wallet and marketplace Paytm has made three new additions to its board and has appointed Ruchi Sanghvi, the first woman engineer at Facebook, WhatsApp global business head Neeraj Arora and InMobi founder Naveen Tewari, reports the Economic Times. Ruchi Sanghvi is currently vice president of operations at Dropbox and at Facebook she co-created and managed the News Feed feature on Facebook, Facebook Connect and Facebook's Developer Conference F8. She has led core areas of product, including Facebook Privacy, Notes, Homepage, Profiles and User Engagement. [caption id="attachment_136256" align="alignright" width="150"] Neeraj Arora[/caption] [caption id="attachment_136255" align="alignright" width="150"] Ruchi Sanghvi[/caption] Neeraj Arora is WhatsApp's vice president and a veteran in the technology space with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, fund raising, corporate development, business development. Arora joined WhatsApp in 2011 after working in Google for more than 4 years. Prior to Google, he was also chief manager at Times Internet. Naveen Tewari is the founder of mobile ad network InMobi and has also invested in startups such as Mango Games, financial services company Moneysights.com and accommodation platform Nestaway. Paytm board includes Ravi Adusumalli and Vivek Mathur of SAIF Partners. Also on the Paytm board are Jai Das of Sapphire Ventures, Kunal Bajaj of Analysys Mason and venture investor Michael Levinthal. [caption id="attachment_136254" align="alignright" width="150"] Amit Pradhan[/caption] Vodafone appoints Amit Pradhan as chief technology security officer Vodafone India has appointed Amit Pradhan as its chief technology security officer, reports the Economic Times. According to…
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