Henry Marsh took a First in PPE at Oxford University before qualifying with Honours in Medicine. He went on to become one of the UK’s most eminent neurosurgeons, featured in two award-winning BBC documentaries, and the author of two books of memoirs. The first book Do No Harm has been an international best seller, has been translated into 37 languages, and won two major literary prizes. He has extensive experience of working outside the UK, such as Nepal, Ukraine and the Sudan. He was made CBE by HM the Queen in 2010.
Abhinandan Sekhri is a writer, director, producer and entrepreneur. Co-founder of Newslaundry (a news and news critique platform) and Small Screen (a communication, strategy and film/videos production company). In…More Info
Abraham Verghese, MD, MACP, is Professor and Linda R. Meier and Joan F. Lane Provostial Professor, and Vice Chair for the Theory and Practice of Medicine at the School…More Info
Alan Friedman is an award-winning journalist, documentarian and the author of several international best-selling books, including This Is Not America (published in India under the title Democracy in Peril,…More Info
Amish is a diplomat, author and columnist. He has taken over as the Director of The Nehru Centre in London.
Amish has been listed among the 50 most powerful Indians…