Archives for the ‘New Delhi’ Category

Mrinal Pande on Technology & Media in India

By • Mar 24th, 2013 • Category: Books and Authors, Featured, Ideas, India, New Delhi, Women Achievers Special

Mrinal Pande  shares her thoughts on technology, media and the vibrant, youthful energy in India. Pande has over 30 years of experience as a writer and journalist, and a decade as editor-in-chief of a leading newspaper. Pande was the first woman to become the chief editor-in-chief  (2001-2009) of a leading Indian newspaper – The Hindustan Times, [...]

Mrinal Pande on Shivani, Writing and Journalism

By • Mar 14th, 2013 • Category: Books and Authors, Featured, India, New Delhi, People, Women Achievers Special

Mrinal Pande is a journalist, author and TV personality. She was the first woman in Indian media to become the chief editor of a national newspaper. This was for the Hindi edition of The Hindustan Times. Mrinal  was a teenager when cut her teeth as a copy editor. She helped her mother, the well-known Hindi [...]

Pushpesh Pant on Indian Food

By • Sep 6th, 2012 • Category: Books and Authors, India, New Delhi, People

What is Indian food? Or, should the question be what are Indian foods? How do you define Indian food especially when India was not always a cohesive geographical entity? What was the role of the 2,000 year old  spice trade on Indian cooking? Do geographical barriers matter when it comes to food? What happened to [...]

Ira Pande on Jaipur Literary Festival & Indian Publishing Industry

By • Jan 20th, 2012 • Category: Books and Authors, Entertainment, Featured, India, New Delhi, People

The publishing landscape in India has changed quite a bit in the last few years and Indian and South Asian writers are on the radar of international publishing houses. What does the Indian publishing industry have to learn from these changes? One of the major change in Indian publishing according to Ira Pande is the [...]