Jaswant Singh is a senior politician from the Bharatiya Janata Party. He resigned his commission in the Indian Army to pursue a career in politics. In the BJP-led governments of 1996, and 1998-2004, he held charge of six ministries including Finance, External Affairs and Defence. He was the leader of the opposition in Rajya Sabha during 2004-2009 and is currently representing Darjeeling in the Lok Sabha. He has authored many books on current affairs and history.
BRP Bhaskar is a journalist and social activist. Starting his journalistic career more than six decades ago with The Hindu, BRP Bhaskar reported in and outside of India for various publications of the country: Statesman, Patriot, UNI, and Deccan Herald. He has covered the Philippines, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kashmir and other destinations during heated eras. BRP Bhaskar later turned to the visual media: he was one of the major forces behind the creation of Asianet TV, the first privately owned television channel in Malayalam.
Amrit Hallan is a professional content writer with strong political and social views that he likes to express on social media as well as through his writings. You can connect with him on Twitter at @amrithallan
Himadrish Suwan is a student of DU & a regular contributor for various leading registered magazines and e-magazines. He is the youngest Recipient of the International Young Achievers award in the field of Media & Information Activism. He is also a well acquainted RTI activist. He was recently included in the list of India’s Top 6 “Young Powerful Change-makers”.
Jayasankar is a Lawyer by education, and has worked in various organizations heading their Legal and Compliance functions. Currently based in Kerala, Jayasankar is involved in research and advisory assignments. He has served in the Indian Air Force, and did his LLB from Panjab University, Chandigarh, Masters in Business Law from NLSIU, Bangalore, and Masters in Business Administration from IGNOU. A keen observer of political and social issues, he tweets @jay_ambadi
I am a Vadodara-based Copywriter, Author, Poet, and Short Film-maker backed by experience of ten years in creative writing. My book, Baker′s Dozen - a brew of short stories is available at leading bookstores across India.
Raghav Gakhar is defense enthusiast, writes on Defense and Political Affairs. He's really hopeful about the recent wave of new-age politics in India and foresees change in the fortunes of the sub-continent in near future.
Dr. Sukant Khurana is a New York based scientist, artist and writer of Indian origin. His basic research involves neurophysiology, computational neuroscience, sensory perception, addiction, learning and memory, while his applied research extends into many areas of drug discovery and problems of the developing world. Both his visual art and writing explore the issues of modernization, health, displacement and identity.
Vidya Subrahmaniam is Associate Editor with The Hindu. She has been a commentator on national political affairs since 1994. Vidya Subrahmaniam specializes in the electoral politics of the Hindi belt. She has written extensively on the politics of communalism, social justice, party politics dynamics, democracy and civil liberties. She has won the 2010 Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for the Best Commentary and Interpretative Writing of the year.
With interests varying from science to sports, I love to research. 'The pen is mightier than the sword' is what I believe in, and writing to me is a source of expressing what I might otherwise be unable to do.
A sports journalist who has his eye on other aspects of life as well. Have worked for reputed newspapers like DNA, Mumbai Mirror and Indian Express. Currently based in Abu Dhabi and work as Online Editor of The National.
Business Graduate, Traveler, Reader, Thinker, Aspiring writer and entrepreneur, passionate about politics, economics, business,science & technology and knowledge in all forms. Loves strategy but at times can be too lazy at times to formulate one.
Shamim Parveez Zakaria is a journalist, writer, social activist and anti-corruption crusader. He is working as an active team member for 'STOP ACID ATTACKS', an organization working in the interest of the acid attack survivors.
I am deeply passionate about India’s politics. It is my dream to transform my country, India, from one of the world’s most corrupt, poor & divided societies into a society that would symbolize transparency & equality in all spheres.
Jai Anant Dehadrai is an advocate in the Supreme Court, currently on sabbatical to pursue his Masters in Law at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of the upcoming book, ‘Aequabilis – Fairness, Equity & Justice’.
Apsara Iyengar is a social media entrepreneur with a start up called Agapé. She is also has a parallel career as a theater professional, is associated with short films and is a blogger. Blogs about society, relationships and abstract ideas.
Trina Nileena Banerjee teaches at the Theatre and Performance Studies Department at the School of Arts and Aesthetics in JNU. She has also been a theatre & film actress, as well as a journalist and fiction writer/poet.
Shashwati Goswami is an Associate Professor at IIMC, New Delhi. Her areas of interest include Media Policy, Public Health Communication, Environment and Conflict Communication, Radio Broadcasting and Community Radio. She has worked extensively in the areas of Development-Induced Displacement and Urban Poverty. She is a recipient of Panos South Asia fellowship for conflict reporting and Rockefeller archive centre grant-in-aid for archival research in family planning communication. She is a native of Assam.
I have lived a simple life like many other honest tax paying law abiding citizen. So never made any news. Was born a third girl child in an average middle class family. Advocate by profession. Close encounters with varied aspects of life and governance system have forced my lazy brains to start thinking about things other than winning cases. I don't think I will make a difference. But that does not mean that I will not even give it a try.
Salil Desai is an author and film-maker. His books include two murder mysteries 'The Body in the Back Seat' and 'Murder on a Side Street' as well as a collection of short stories 'Lost Libido and Other Gulp Fiction'. His stories have also featured in anthologies published by Penguin, Westland and Unisun. Over 400 articles penned by him have appeared in The Times of India,.Indian Express, DNA, Sahara Time, Citadel, Readers' Digest etc. He makes management training films and also conducts creative writing workshops.
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