A conversation with contemporary journalist and author Shobhaa De, who successfully challenged - and changed - the face of journalism in India.
Salil, born in Bombay, India, is a contributing editor at Mint and Caravan in India. He currently chairs PEN International’s Writers in Prison Committee. In the UK, he was a board member of English PEN from 2009 to 2013 and co-chaired English PEN’s Writers-at-Risk Committee with novelist Kamila Shamsie. Salil has received numerous awards for his journalism, including the Red Ink Award from the Mumbai Press Club in 2015 and the third prize at the Bastiat Awards for Journalism in November 2011. With extensive global journalism experience, he has written for notable publications in the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, and India. Salil holds an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, having previously graduated from the University of Bombay.