Here uou can read about the contributors to this blog
Ishani Duttagupta is a journalist with The Economic Times where she specialises in immigration and the Indian diaspora. Having overcome the initial fear of blogging, she now believes that Web 2.0 could perhaps provide the final route to Infinity. Her favourite themes are travel, people, friends, family and life. She hates arguments.
Debjani Banerjee teaches English for EJO at Reading College. She holds a doctorate degree in English Literature and Cultural Studies. She has a specific interest in literature written in English in South Asia. Her publications include translations of non fictional works from Bengali into English.
Roma Bhattacharjea is passionate about the creative arts. She has a doctorate in Elizabethan drama and has also pursued post-graduate multidisciplinary studies in gender, social development and conflict - both at Oxford University. Professionally, she has served with the UN on diverse assignments from pioneering the first gender policy office in Kosovo in peacekeeping operations to providing policy and organizational advice across the globe from Senegal to Tokyo. She is currently based in Kolkata.
Kaisar Ahmad is a UK-qualified Chartered Accountant who has held managerial positions in India, Hong Kong, the United States and England in various industries. Now based in New York, he is a Consultant in International Business Development and has worked on several projects involving India, including serving on the Board of a number of Indian Companies.
Ananya (Mukherjee Reed) is a professor at York University, Toronto, specializing in political economy, development and related issues. Ananya is passionate about arguing!