Life and Death of Sunanda Pushkar
Sunanda Mehta in conversation with Ravi Subramanian
Sunanda Mehta is the former Resident Editor of The Indian Express, Pune. With 30 years of experience in journalism, she was also the first woman editor of a national English daily in the city. A Gold Medalist in History, she is a triple-graduate with a BA from Lady Shri Ram College Delhi, B. Ed from Delhi University and Bachelor of Journalism from Pune University.
At 25 she was one of the youngest editors in the country when she launched the Pune city magazine Citadel for Magna Publications. She then worked with The Indian Express for over 20 years. Her humorous short story was published by Penguin in their book 'India Smiles. She has been a Chevening fellow, presented a paper at the Warwick
University in UK, featured in an award-winning documentary made by a US team on changing India. One of her articles was recently made into a television film `RuBaru Roshini' produced by actor Aamir Khan.
The Extraordinary Life And Death Of Sunanda Pushkar is her first book.
Ravi Subramanian is the author of ‘In the Name of God’. An alumnus of IIM Bangalore, he as spent two decades working his way up the ladder of power in the amazingly exciting and adrenaline-pumping world of global banks in India. Four of his eight bestselling titles have been award winners. In 2008, his debut novel, If God Was a Banker, won the Golden Quill Readers’ Choice Award. He won the Economist Crossword Book Award in 2012 for The Incredible Banker, The Crossword Book Award in 2013 for The Bankster and more recently in 2014 for his thriller Bankerupt.