Email database of Indian journalists who cover technology, innovation and startups.
We have put together a list of 200+ Journalists who write about Technology, Startups and Innovation at the top tech media outlets in India like Times of Indian, LiveMint, Indian Express, Hindu, Yourstory, VCCircle, Inc42, etc. The list comes with verified email addresses, social profiles, location, and brief information.
Abhimanyu is an avid gamer, street food gourmet and design connoisseur.
Journalist, cricket buff, foodie, retweets are not endorsements
Editor at @techinasia. News tips, scoops, Malavika Velayanikal is India Editor for Tech in Asia (www.techinasia.com), where she combines a passion for storytelling with a keen interest in the fast-moving, protean world of startups.
Kul Bhushan’s passion for journalism brought him from Patna to Delhi. Starting off as a wanna-be Prime Time news anchor, he specializes in his favorite beat that is technology. He is on a mission to make technology more relevant for the masses and society in general. When not boring everyone with his new gadgets and knowledge of ‘geek stuff’, he enjoys cracking PJs, watching WWE and playing cricket
tech, aerospace, science, and anything newsworthy @bsindia
Total coffee guru. Travel fan. Film Buff. Problem solver, ohh and Reporter
Editor of Gizmodo India by day, rabble rouser by night, Sahil Mohan Gupta or as he's affectionately called Bones, has been a journalist for the last 7 years. He has worked for some of the biggest media houses in India, covering technology, music, pop culture and night life. He has also co-presented and produced one of the most widely watched gadget shows on Indian television. At Gizmodo India, you can expect the unexpected. Currently, Bones is busy building India's first true end-to-end solution for pop culture and technology aka Gizmodo India.
Sanchita is the health & science editor of the Hindustan Times. She has been reporting and writing on public health policy, health and nutrition for close to two decades. She is an International Reporting Project fellow from Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and was part of the expert group that drafted the Press Council of India’s media guidelines on health reporting, including reporting on people living with HIV.
Meha has engineering and MBA degrees, but she has always been a writer at heart. It was the perfect combination of utilising her research and analytical skills and her enthusiasm for writing that sparked her interest in writing about the Indian startup ecosystem – the latest tech and gadgets and the startups that create them. She is always on the lookout for industry-specific stories in niche areas of interest such as ecommerce, fintech, greentech and more.
Journalist @forbes_india. Previously @qzIndia/@Qz, @bsindia and @EconomicTimes. Interested in public policy, business and politics
Sunny Sen, Editor, Corporate and Policy, at FactorDaily, has been a journalist since 2007 and a business writer since July 2008. In his nearly decade-long career, he has worked with newspapers like Hindustan Times and Financial Express, magazines including Business Today, Businessworld and Voice & Data, and with NTDV news channel. While most of his work has been on technology, telecom, auto and startups, he has occasionally written on politics and economy.
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