Founder, Editorial Director, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
Arindam Roy has 37 years experience in various newsrooms. He was the Managing Editor of a reputed Gurgaon-based Citizen Journalist portal and has held senior positions in several publications. As Correspondent and Bureau Chief, he has written extensively for Associated Press, Times of India, Hindustan Times and multiple news outlets. He has contributed 13 chapters to various publications. Of these, seven chapters were published in two Coffee Table Books, published by the Times Group. He is a co-author of a novel, Rivers Run Back that he penned with Joyce Yarrow. The novel was launched at the American Centre, New Delhi, on January 2015. He lives in Allahabad.
Co-founder, Creative Director & Managing Editor
Anumita Chatterjee Roy is an artist at heart. She has an eye for the unusual. Her nature-scapes make her the quintessential Romantic. She paints, is passionate about photography, creates word images in her verses and loves to write. She cooks delicacies and is a foodie. Born in India, she was brought up in several countries. These strengthened the global citizen in her. She now lives in the Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and two sons.
Director: Strategy & Executive Editor
Ashoka Jahnavi Prasad is a physician /psychiatrist holding doctorates in pharmacology, history, and philosophy plus a higher doctorate. He is also a qualified barrister and geneticist. He is a regular columnist for several newspapers, has published over 130 books and has been described by the Cambridge News as the ‘most educationally qualified in the world’. He is the grandson of the first President of India, Babu Rajendra Prasad.
Consultant Editor: Literature
Luz Maria Lopez is a poet, narrator, editor, translator, international cultural promoter and women’s rights advocate. Leads the World Poetic Front in Defense of Women’s Rights (WM) and Continental Director for World Festival of Poetry. Nurtures multicultural friendships and fosters peace and social justice. Kathak Literary Award, Dhaka International Poets Summit, 2017; “Shaan-e-Adab” Award, XI International Festival of Writers, India (2016). She is from Puerto Rico, The Caribbean Island.
Navodita Pande has been practicing yoga since she was 9 years old at Iyengar Yoga. In April 1995, she performed at the International Yoga Seminar. In January 2003, Navodita taught at Hare Rama Hare Krishna Mandir in New York. Navodita had a Yoga show on NDTV 24×7 and was also the official yoga trainer for Miss Delhi contestants in 2007. She currently teaches Yoga and Reiki. She writes on politics, international relations, economics, other than yoga, health and fitness. She stays in Kanpur.
Amit Singh is a human security and social justice expert. He is a doctoral candidate at University of Coimbra, Portugal; hold master degrees in history, human rights, and multiculturalism. He is a columnist for several newspapers in Norway and India.
Preeyan Abraham is an HR professional. He loves travelling and all the little intricacies that it brings. A foodie, he enjoys cooking for relaxation. A movie buff and music lover, he appreciates simple things in life. He comes from a mix of religious backgrounds that has helped him appreciate all the good things about what all religions have to see. He looks at life as a platform created to perform and give the best.
Soumya Mukherjee is an alumnus of St Stephens College and Delhi School of Economics. He earns his daily bread by working for a PSU Insurance company, and lectures for peanuts. His other passions, family, friends, films, travel, food, trekking, wildlife, music, theatre, and occasionally, writing. He has been published in many national newspapers of repute. He has published his first novel, Memories, a novella, hopefully, the first of his many books. He blogs as well.
Editor: History and Culture
Tapati Sinha is educated from schooling to Post-Graduation from Visva-Bharati University with a Doctoral degree from Nagpur University in A.I.H.C.A. She loves Indian literature, Indian and world history and continues her personal research. She picks her subjects from various spheres including historical data, daily experiences of life and varied workplaces. Tapati is passionate to pursue her writings, novel, poetry, short stories on multifarious topics, past and present under the pen name ‘Anjali’.
Sarika Sarkar Das, a teacher, daydreamer, random experimental cook and some hit-and-miss photography, and at last loves to call herself a full-time mother.
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