The author is an engineer and a budding geopolitical observer.
The author is an assistant law professor at Amity University, Noida and PhD scholar at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. His areas of interest are international law and international relations.
Aprajita Singh is a budding journalist. She has completed her undergraduate course in journalism in 2023. She is a news junkie and loves writing and anchoring. Reading, researching on little-known facts, cooking, and listening to music are some of her hobbies.
Rattan Chand Sharma
The author retired as a commandant in the Border Security Force. Before joining the BSF, he served in the Indian Army as a short service commissioned officer. After retirement, he had a brief stint in the academia. Currently, he is a commentator on security and strategic issues and regularly contributes to various well-known journals.
The author is a student and writer from Barisadri, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. He writes poems on India’s bravehearts. He has also written a book on 21 Param Vir Chakra awardees of India’s armed forces. His first poems, “Paramvir” and “Jeet” was appreciated by the Indian Army on various social media platforms. He is currently working on the biography of Major Shaitan Singh, PVC and other stories of the 1962 India-China war.
Vinay Kumar is a Delhi-based senior journalist. He had worked with the PTI news agency and The Hindu newspaper. At The Hindu, he had headed the national bureau.
Gyan Bhadra is a Delhi-based senior journalist columnist. He extensively writes on the issues relating to science, health, diplomacy and corporate affairs.
In the past, he had worked for Hindustan Times in Patna. He has also been writing articles for the Financial Express, the Asian Age, Mumbai-based the Blitz, the Telegraph, Deccan Herald among others.
The author is a senior research associate at the Maritime History Society, Mumbai. She is an architect by profession. Her interest towards built heritage and coastal infrastructure leads to her association with the organization.
Dr Arvind Kumar
The author is the founder and president of India Water Foundation. He is the current governor of the World Water Council. He has been instrumental in intersectoral convergence in water sector and regional water diplomacy.
Col Dinesh Kumar (R)
The author was commissioned the Indian Army’s Regiment of Artillery, in 1978. He participated in Operation Meghdoot, Operation Parakram, various counterinsurgency operations in the northeast and in Kashmir, and took part in Operation Vijay. He retired from the Army in 2009.
Col Sombit Ghosh
Colonel Sombit Ghosh is an Indian Army officer. He served as the PRO in the defence ministry.
Maj Gen Sudhakar Jee, VSM (R)
The author is a former colonel of the Mahar Regiment. He has the distinction of having served and commanded troops along the northern borders in the western, central and the eastern sectors. Currently, he is pursuing a doctoral thesis on the resolution of India-China border dispute and comments on global security and geostrategy, especially on AfPak, in mainstream and digital media.
Sreoshi Sinha is a PhD scholar at the Nelson Mandela Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She has completed MPhil in Foreign Policy Studies from the Institute of Foreign Policy Studies, University of Calcutta.
The writer is an Assam-based strategic affairs analyst and author of two books – “India’s fragile foreign policy towards neighbouring nations” and “Modi’s rule and India’s unbound opportunities: Narrative of the substantives and beyond”.
B Maria Kumar
B Maria Kumar is a retired IPS officer who served as the DGP of Madhya Pradesh. He is a commentator on current affairs. He is the author of the book "Be Selfish But Good" and "Policing by Common Sense". He currently resides in Hyderabad.
Sayan is a Delhi-based independent contributor to print and online publications. He is a Defence Correspondent Course qualified journalist.
Seema Chowdhury is a defence research scholar. Her research work broadly covers Asia Pacific with focus on the foreign and domestic policy of China, Pakistan, and India, including their relationship with each other.
Born in Kolkata, bred all over the place. Management consultant, master practitioner in NLP. Interested in military history since boyhood. Wrote for Financial Express, Economic Times and had a career advice column in The Telegraph.
Sanjiv Krishan Sood
Sanjiv Krishan Sood retired as an additional director general of the Border Security Force. He has served along India’s borders Pakistan and Bangladesh, including sensitive and volatile sectors, in his 38 years of meritorious service in the force.
Shishu Ranjan is an economist working with a Foreign Bank as an Assist. Vice President.
The author is the CEO of ONGC Foundation. He is also an Entrepreneur and Management Professional with over 25 years of experience in various domains.
He is the Vice president Product Marketing at Paytm.
Joy R Das
Joy Das is a Bengaluru-based journalist, who formerly worked with Deccan Herald and UNI. He writes about the topics that interests him.
Devyani Punj is an English Teacher at DAV Public School, Dehradun. She is a reader, writer and a devoted animal lover. She is passionate about writing and likes to bring the lesser known issues to light.
Shivam Pratap Singh
Shivam is a student of International Relations at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. He is a keen observer of national and global politics.
The writer is a Bihar-based political analyst and social activist.
The writer is a Delhi-based senior journalist, covering defence and strategic affairs.