Sam Miller was born and brought up in London, and has lived in India, Tanzania, Nigeria, Tunisia, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Indonesia and Sierra Leone. His latest book Migrants: The Story Of Us All, has been widely praised. He is a former BBC correspondent in India and continues to have links with the BBC. He is the author of two books about India, Delhi: Adventures in a Megacity and A Strange Kind of Paradise: India Through Foreign Eyes; a guide book (Blue Guide India), and has translated a nineteenth century French novel The Marvellous (but Authentic) Adventures of Captain Corcoran.
Amith Prabhu is a pioneering Public Relations professional with 20 years of work experience.
He has worked at Genesis (now BCW India), APCO Worldwide, Publicis Groupe and Edelman. He has…
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Anthony Sattin is a writer of history and travel. Much of his work focuses on the Middle East and North Africa, including three highly acclaimed books of history and…More Info