Sameera Khan is a Mumbai-based independent journalist, researcher and co-author of the critically acclaimed book, Why Loiter: Women & Risk on Mumbai Streets which examines women’s access to public space. A journalist for three decades and a former Assistant Editor with The Times of India, she taught a masters-level journalism course at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Till recently, she wrote a column, ‘Streetwise’, on women and the city in The Hindu (Metro Plus) newspaper. For the last decade, she has been a media trainer, guiding journalists on how to cover violence against women, particularly rape.
Abhinandan Sekhri is a writer, director, producer and entrepreneur. Co-founder of Newslaundry (a news and news critique platform) and Small Screen (a communication, strategy and film/videos production company). In…More Info
Abraham Verghese, MD, MACP, is Professor and Linda R. Meier and Joan F. Lane Provostial Professor, and Vice Chair for the Theory and Practice of Medicine at the School…More Info
Alan Friedman is an award-winning journalist, documentarian and the author of several international best-selling books, including This Is Not America (published in India under the title Democracy in Peril,…More Info
Amish is a diplomat, author and columnist. He has taken over as the Director of The Nehru Centre in London.
Amish has been listed among the 50 most powerful Indians…