December 01 - December 15, 2011 | Centre for Science and Environment


December 01 - December 15, 2011

 
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List of participants    

Mr. Rajil Menon
Former Down To Earth magazine correspondent, Mumbai, India, rajilmenon@gmail.com

Ms. Liva Shrestha
EWB Nepal Board,
Kathmandu, Nepal,
livashrestha@hotmail.com

Mr. Adithya Pradyumna
Policy Research
Assistant at Centre for Public Health and Equity, Bangalore, India,
adithya.pradyumna@gmail.com

Mr. Rathindra Kuruwita
Deputy News Editor LAKBIMANEWS,
Colombo, Sri Lanka,
rathindra984@gmail.com

Ms. Sonia Bhaskar
VP (Programming)
NDTV, New Delhi
India, soniab@ndtv.com

Mr. Ifham Nizam
Journalist, The Island newspaper, Colombo, Sri Lanka. ifhamnizam@yahoo.com

Mr. Ali Reja Osmani
Practicing advocate District Court Cachar, Assam, India. aro85in@yahoo.co.in

Ms. Yangchen C Rinzin
Journalist with Kuensel Corporation
Limited, Thimphu, Bhutan. ychoden@gmail.com

 

Ms. Shivangi Narayan
Pursuing MA (Sociology), JNU
New Delhi, India, shivangi.narayan@gmail.com

Ms. Anjali Mathai
The American University of Paris
Global Communications
New Delhi, India. anjali.mathai@gmail.com

Mr. Zahid Gishkori
Staff Correspondent,
The Express Tribune
Publishing Partner of International Herald Tribune, Islamabad, Pakistan
zahidgishkori@gmail.com

Mr. Dhruba Raj Sapkota
Radio Journalist, Kathmandu,
Nepal, sapkotadrs@yahoo.com

Mr. Anil Sthapit
Coordinator 'Communicating water and sanitation issues with Media' in association with UN Habitat, Kathmandu, Nepal,
anils.sthapit@gmail.com

Mr. Sudharson Thapaliya
Director, video documentary
Reporter, Republica Daily,
Kathmandu, Nepal, sudharson.thapaliya@gmail.com

Ms. Swechhya Singh
Research & communication officer
CIUD, Kathmandu, Nepal. swechhya.singh@gmail.com
 
Ms. Meena Ahmad 
The News International, Karachi, 
Pakistan
Meena.Ahmed@thenews.com.pk 

 

 

 

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