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Worked with Newstrack, Aaj Tak and NDTV. Co-founder of Small Screen. He's a TV producer, director, writer and critic. Most likely to: ask you where your notebook is.
An IIJNM Bangalore graduate, he is passionate about photography and loves to tell stories by painting, illustrating and designing. Most likely to: have a superhero wallpaper collection.
An MA in Political Science, got his formal education in Bihar and Delhi. He is an explorer of the ‘absurd’ in vacuous space and time. He writes only by accident as you will find out if you accidentally happen to read his piece. Most likely to: accidentally be paid someday.
He's been around since the beginning of Newslaundry. Most likely to: run out of the room if someone says "podcast".
Co-founder of Punkha, he earlier worked as a comic book artist & animator at Scoopwhoop. When not trying to finish sketchbooks, he tries his hand out at new recipes. Most likely to: spend weekends gaming.
Founder member of Tehelka Hindi and Catch Hindi. A reporter to the core, Atul has won the Ramnath Goenka Award for excellence in journalism twice. Most likely to: be found giving gyan to a troll on social media.
Worked with 350.org, Youth Ki Awaaz and UNEP. UN Awardee. When not devouring stories about energy transition, he aspires to moonlight as a stand-up comedian. Most likely to: convince you to cycle to work.
She's Shila's assistant and looks after the office's cleanliness and food requirements. Most likely to: hum a Bhojpuri song.
Graduated from Delhi University. Previously Account Executive at Az Infolink Pvt. Ltd. Most Likely to: Practice Taekwondo, and ensuring everyone gets paid.
Founding editor of India Today; Editor-in- chief of Newstrack for TV Today Network, co-founder of Newslaundry, author of Tehelka as a Metaphor. She's a columnist, journalist and pioneer. Most likely to: throw a curveball.
Worked with Business Standard and DNA India. Winner of a Ladli media award. Most likely to: find the cloud in a silver lining.
Literature graduate and an ex-copywriter. When not doing anything, he likes to either watchRepublic TV (for ironic reasons, of course) or go through random things on the internet. And when he says random, he means it! Most likely to: Make bad puns on Instagram.
When he isn't number-crunching, he pursues photography as a hobby. Most likely to: prepare your cheque.
He manages the office and keeps the wheels churning. He's also the father of one girl and two boys. Most likely to: hand you a samosa or an extension cord (or both).
Twenty-nine years of hands-on experience in newspapers, television and the online media, Raman grew in his career from a roving correspondent to resident editor of leading newspapers. He worked with The Indian Express, The Economic Times, AajTak, Firstpost and DNA. He won the Ramnath Goenka award for Investigative Journalism. Most likely to: say no to arm-chair reporting.
Worked with Pachis frame productions, Mohapatra Movie Magic pvt ltd. Worked with Discovery and TLC as a freelancer. Most likely to: eagerly await a cup tea but never receive it.
Worked with Edit point, Credence Media Solutions, Filmsaaz, Bluemarine Media Work. Likes working on AV promos. Most likely to confidently say: Ho jaega but then get yelled at for it.
A Rajasthan University product and trained in 2D graphics and video editing, has worked as a senior editor on TVCs and corporate films. Most likely to: add super flashy effects to videos (even when least required)
A Malayalee brought up in Mumbai trying to adapt to Delhi. She is a media graduate and has interned at various places like Ndtv, Network 18, The Hindu and have also worked with AIB. Believes every person has a story to tell and is always up for a conversation/debate. Loves escaping reality by mostly drowning inside a book, eating or just sleeping.
Worked with Zee, Gaon Connection and Amar Ujala. Reports on social and political issues. Avid reader.
An engineer from NIT who got influenced by Tamasha (the movie) and switched fields to join the news media business. He's a Marvel and DC geek and sometimes (always) makes good puns.
Most likely to: be found spreading propaganda about Joker
Meghnad is a columnist, public policy professional, podcaster and Youtube creator. He has his own show, Consti-tution, on Newslaundry and is an influencer on Twitter with the handle @memeghnad. He also travels all over the country to conduct civics classes for college students and working professionals under the banner Democracy IRL. His articles have appeared and gone viral on multiple digital content websites. Prior to his current avatar, Meghnad has worked with Members of Parliament across Party lines for 7 years in the capacity of a public policy analyst & research aide.
Ayush Tiwari is cynical 23-year-old who is paid for getting off at railway stations that others pass by. He tweets at @sighyush.