Sanjukta is a journalist, columnist and screenwriter. She has worked with various publications in her journalistic career spanning 24 years including ‘The Indian Express’, ‘Tehelka’ and ‘Mint’.
Santosh is an author, columnist and media critic. His first book on contemporary India, ‘Mother Pious Lady: Making Sense of Everyday India’, is a collection of essays that traces the evolution of middle class India over the last two decades.
Saurabh Tewari is a known Television programmer, writer and content producer.
Shabnam writes books for children. These include `What Maya Saw’, which has been nominated for numerous awards; `The Six Spellmakers of Dorabji Street’ which is used as a reader by many schools in the city and the laugh-a-minute Nimmi series.
Shakti is a critically acclaimed artist-philosopher whose work has been widely exhibited, and is in collections around the world, including the NGMA, India.
Shanta is a Mumbai-based bilingual writer, translator, theatre historian and cultural columnist. She has written two award-winning novels in Marathi, translated by her into English, and several plays in Marathi and English.
Shappi established herself as one of the country’s finest comedians in 2006 with her sell out Edinburgh show, Asylum Speaker.
Shashi is an award-winning author of 19 books of fiction and non-fiction, including ‘The Great Indian Novel’, ‘An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India’, ’The Paradoxical Prime Minister’ and the recently published ‘The Hindu Way’.
Shinie has written short-story books. Her story ‘A Dog’s Death’ won the Commonwealth Short Story Asia prize in 2003.
Shobhaa De has monitored and written extensively on India’s socio-cultural-political contours for over four decades. Her twenty books include several bestsellers like ‘Starry Nights’, ‘Spouse’, ‘Superstar India’ and now, her latest, ‘Seventy…. and to hell with it!”
A widely acclaimed singer, Shubha Mudgal has been a student, performer, teacher, composer and columnist for several decades. She is the recipient of several national and international awards for her musical accomplishments.
Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi's bestselling debut novel The Last Song of Dusk was translated into 16 languages and won the Betty Trask Award (UK), the Premio Grinzane Cavour (Italy) and was nominated for the IMPAC Award (Ireland).
Sidharth is a Mumbai-based journalist and author. He is one of the founder editors of ‘The Wire’.
Simon Taufel, is an Australian cricket umpire who is a former member of the ICC Elite umpires panel.
Siobhán writes mostly for children but also for adults and works as an editor and translator. Many of her books have won national and international awards, and she was the first laureate for children’s literature in Ireland (2010-12).
Ms Sucheta Dalal is a business journalist with over 30 years and has held senior editorial positions in some of India’s best known newspapers.
Sunil is Senior Editor at NDTV and hosts the popular weekend literary show ‘Just Books’ on NDTV 24x7 and NDTV Profit channels.
Sunita Wazir is a Mumbai based Human Resources professional with 23 years of Industry experience. Sunita currently works as Wellbeing and Inclusion Lead- South Asia with Hindustan Unilever Ltd.