Growing up in India in the 1970s and 80s, I would watch a single nightly news bulletin delivered on Doordarshan, the state television channel. That was the only offering. Come the 1990’s, India opened up its economy. In a flash, over a 100 channels beamed into homes across the country. They filled our lives with information. They brought the world to us. It was a wildly exciting time for India and for one child watching the transformation, it kindled a fire. I knew I had to be in the news business.
I’ve been a journalist for 20 years. I began my career with a brief stint at CNBC in New York and in Singapore before moving to CNN International, where I’ve worn many hats in many locations. I’ve been a correspondent, producer, writer and anchor, in London, Mumbai and now Hong Kong.
I cover breaking news, business news and feature stories and work across various platforms – digital, print, broadcast. I’m driven by words and pictures. I’m a keen photographer and take pictures as a hobby and often contribute visuals for my stories.
I was born in Calcutta, India. I studied at Brown University and have a Masters degree in broadcast journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Through several years of living and working in some of world’s major cities, I have a global perspective on the stories I tell – while always keeping an eye on my home, India.
Senior Editor, APAC, Bloomberg Live
Producer, anchor, correspondent covering business news, breaking news, general news and Features
London, Mumbai, Hong Kong
New York, Singapore
Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University
Co-author, Changemakers: Twenty Women Transforming Bollywood Behind the Scenes (Penguin India, 2018)