London-based Ashis Ray is the author of the critically acclaimed ‘Laid to Rest: The Controversy over Subhas Chandra Bose’s Death’. He is the longest serving Indian foreign correspondent, having worked in this capacity for 42 years, mainly for the BBC and CNN, but also for Ananda Bazar Group and ‘The Times of India’. He has been elected president of Indian Journalists’ Association (Europe) a record six times. He is also the world’s senior-most still active cricket broadcaster. His books include ‘Cricket World Cup: The Indian Challenge’. He is the maker of a classic video documentary, ‘Great Moments of Indian Cricket’.
A C Grayling CBE, is the Master of the New College of the Humanities, London, and its Professor of Philosophy. He is also a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s…More Info
A former Professor of Medical Law at the University of Edinburgh, Alexander has written more than 100 books. He is best known for ‘The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency’…More Info
Ambarish is a Delhi-based vascular surgeon and writer. His debut novel ‘Perineum: Nether Parts of the Empire’, a rogue, fictive sexual history of the British Raj, was published in…More Info
Amrita is the author of the novel ‘Milk Teeth’. Her writing has appeared in ‘Hindustan Times’, ‘Scroll’, ‘Himal Southasian’ and ‘Brown Paper Bag’. Amrita was trained as an aerospace…More Info