Sohini Chattopadhyay is a National Award-winning film critic and a journalist with several global and national awards to her credit. Her work has been translated into German, Tamil, Malayalam, Bengali and Urdu. She was awarded the New India Foundation fellowship to research her book The Day I Became A Runner, a women’s history of India seen through the lens of sport.
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…
Anisha Rachel Oommen is the co-founder of Goya Media, which specialises in digital content and communications within the F&B and Hospitality sectors. Goya Media publishes the Goya Journal, a…More Info
Anjan Sundaram is an award-winning author, journalist and television presenter, whose war correspondence has won a Frontline Club Award and a Reuters prize. Sundaram has reported from Central Africa…More Info
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