||PARANJOY GUHA THAKURTA is an
and an educator. His work
37 years, cuts across
different media: print,
radio, television and documentary
cinema. He is a writer, speaker, anchor,
interviewer, teacher and commentator
in three languages: English, Bengali and
Hindi. His main areas of interest are the
working of the political economy and the
media in India and the world, on which
he has authored/co-authored books
and directed/produced documentary
films. He teaches and speaks on these
subjects. He participates frequently
in, and organizes, seminars and
conferences, He is a regular contributor
to publications and websites and
frequently appears on the radio and on
television channels as an anchor as well
as an analyst.
||SUBIR GHOSH is a Bengaluru-based journalist and writer. He started out his career in sales, before switching over to journalism in 1991. He has worked as a journalist for various news establishments, and handled communications for leading environmental NGOs. He specializes in conflict, environment and human rights. He has a keen interest in north-east affairs and is the author of Frontier Travails: Northeast - The Politics of a Mess published by Macmillan India in 2001. He has published two 'e-zines': The Reviewer (one that reviewed books) and Northeast Vigil (one that aggregated news and information pertaining to north-east India). His writing can be found on www.write2kill.in.
is an independent researcher and editor based in New Delhi. His main interests have revolved around the environment, aviation and strategic affairs and he has worked in the print medium across magazines and books. At the Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, he has worked in Down To Earth magazine as well as with the teams that brought out the 5th and the 7th State of the Environment Reports. Earlier, at the United Service Institution of India, New Delhi, a defence think-tank, he edited publications at their armed forces history centre. He was also associate editor at the Vayu Aerospace and Defence Review, a New Delhi-based aviation trade journal, and had a brief stint with the Tehelka group as a special correspondent.