Bazaar​ Daily News Wants To Hear From You

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I would like to start off by saying thank you to Sultan Haleem Khane for allowing me to be apart of his Bazaar Daily News.

I also would like to extend my warm regards towards those who have helped me while being part of this organization.

Sultan and Bazaar Daily is leading into its 20th year.

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This is a huge accomplishment for Bazaar Daily and as most of you know for Sultan too. His upbringing was not the easiest nor prettiest, yet still, he has done what he has had to in order to change his station- entertaining and educating you.

For this upcoming year you play a vital role.

Those readers, subscribers, followers, customers, supporters, fans, anyone who has touched or been touched by this paper- a question for you: What would you like Sultan Khane and Bazaar Daily News to offer you next?

Would you like to see real-life stories in the paper? Perhaps more content in a column that you enjoy? Maybe you want more diverse subject material or a greater range of dynamic voices? Is it possible you have an idea, a suggestion, a thing you want to share with the Editor in Chief directly? Or could it be you want to be a writer on Sultans’ team?

Year 19 is all about you.

While Bazaar Daily News will keep up with the times Sultan wants to ensure you are happy.

As a humble editor, I came on less than a year on this platform, should I be so fournate you can contact me at [email protected] with any feedback you may have to offer.

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Sultan is always, always eager to please you!

As a reminder, anyone can reach out to The Editor In Chief of Bazaar Daily News via email [email protected] or by phone 347.509.9075

On behalf of the entire team here thank you for keeping steady with us.

Cheers to year 19.

This is the time to shoot your shot!

Hope to hear from you soon.

About Post Author

Dexter Phillip-Khane

Dexter Phillip-Khane is the Deputy Editor at Bazaar Daily News. Covering interesting topics; food, and more — Phillip-Khane is a Trinidadian-American writer and photographer residing in New York City. To request secure communications access, e-mail [email protected] and ask for Signal.
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