The writer is a women’s rights activist and one of the founding members of Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan.
The writer is national coordinator of HRDA.
The writer is project officer, police reforms programme, at the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative.
Frank G. Wisner served as U.S. ambassador to India, as under secretary of defense for policy, and as under secretary of state for international security during his thirty-six year career in the Foreign Service.
Manglesh Dabral is a contemporary poet
Hari Vasudevan is a specialist in Russian and European history and Indo-Russian relations, UGC Emeritus Professor at the Department of History in Calcutta University as well as Director of the China Centre, Calcutta University.
The writer is CEO, Oxfam India.
The writer is the Ambassador of Mexico to India.
The writer is associate professor, department of sociology, Maitreyi College, Delhi University and chair, Asia, International Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA).
Anil Nauriya has studied Economics, has been a counsel at the Supreme Court and Delhi High Court since the 1980s and widely written on both history and politics in India.
Oishee Kundu is pursuing her PhD in innovation policy at the University of Manchester, UK.
Mir Imaad Rafi is a practising advocate in Srinagar and a member of the youth wing of PDP.
The writer is full-time visiting professor (social sciences and humanities), IIIT-Delhi.
Urmila Pullat is a lawyer and researcher and runs the India desk at the Asian Human Rights Commission (Hong Kong). She is currently stationed in India.
The writer is a former director-general in the office of the CAG.
The writer is former senior advisor, World Bank and a recent winner of the M.S. Swaminathan Award.
The writer has worked in the field of child rights for 20 years and is currently head of policy, Tata Trust.
The writer, 31, is an associate director at policybazaar.com. Views are personal.
H.E. Mr. Khemaies Jhinaoui is the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic Tunisia. He tweets @Jhinaoui_MAE
The writer is research associate at J-PAL South Asia at IFMR.
The writer is president of the US-India Business Council and former US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia.
The writer is an advocate at the Bombay High Court and author of ‘Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of India’ (Penguin, 2017).
Truschke is assistant professor of South Asian History, Rutgers University and the author of ‘Aurangzeb: The Man and the Myth’.
Sudha G Tilak worked as a journalist for over 15 years in Chennai. She is now an independent journalist and lives in Gurugram. She tweets @SudhaTilak
The writer taught philosophy at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi University.
The writer is executive director of The George Institute for Global Health, India
Himanshu Thakkar is an environmental activist and water expert and works with the South Asia Network on Dams, Rivers & People (https://sandrp.wordpress.com/). The organization tweets @Indian_Rivers
M Raisur Rahman is associate professor of History at Wake Forest University. They are co-editors of an upcoming volume on Sayyid Ahmad Khan.
Yasmin Saikia is the Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies and professor of history at Arizona State University and is an alum of AMU.
Jaspal Singh is a consultant, Niti Aayog.
Srikant Kondapalli is a professor of international studies, with expertise on China, at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University.
The writer is central information commissioner.
The writer, a senior journalist, is founder of Mahamana Malaviya Mission and Organising Committee of International Meets of BHU Alumni.
Amaresh Misra is a writer, historian, script-writer and politician and is based in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
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