Anita Pratap

Anita PratapJournalism (Kerala, India) 2007

ANITA PRATAP – She is the former South Asia Bureau Chief of CNN based in New Delhi expatriate Indian writer and journalist. Prior to that, she has worked for leading Indian and American media organizations, including India Today, Indian Express and Time magazine…

Over the last three decades, she has covered all major breaking news in the Indian sub-continent and also focused on many development issues involving environment, child, women and population related matters. She was the first journalist who interviewed LTTE chief V. Prabhakaran. She has won several Indian and American awards, including the prestigious George Polk award for her coverage of Afghanistan.

She is also currently writing three books, one involving the royal family of Saudi Arabia and the other on the Unsung Heroes of India. Her first book, “Island of Blood”, was an instant bestseller, having sold out the first edition within six days of release.

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