David Devadas

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David Devadas
David Devadas (cropped).jpg
Born Mumbai, Maharashtra
Nationality Indian
Alma mater St. Xavier's School, Delhi, St. Stephen's College, Delhi
Notable work In Search of a Future

David Devadas is an Indian journalist and an author. He is a Contributing Editor at firstpost.[1] Author of The Generation of Rage in Kashmir published by Oxford University Press. His first book on on Kashmir conflict, In Search of a Future was critically acclaimed history of Kashmir conflict from 1931 and onwards.[2][3]

Career[edit]

Devadas is the author of the forthcoming The Generation of Rage in Kashmir (Oxford) and In Search of a Future: The Story of Kashmir, a book on the Kashmir dispute.[4] He has served as Distinguished Fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences. He has also been a Senior Fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Visiting Professor at Jamia Millia Islamia, and Political Editor of Business Standard He is a journalist with three decades of experience and has reported for India Today, The Indian Express, Gulf News, Hindustan Times and The Economic Times. He was a political editor at Business Standard. He served as a visiting professor at Jamia Millia Islamia University in 2005 and a senior fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (2009–11). He has edited Jammu and Kashmir's largest English daily and worked at the Islamic University of Science and Technology at Awantipora, Kashmir.[5]

Published works[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Between 'azadi' and 'national interest': Half-truths on Kashmir widen the gulf of ignorance and hate". scroll.in/author/11426. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  2. ^ "David Devadas Interacts with IDSA Scholars on Kashmir | Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses". idsa.in. Retrieved 2018-07-08. 
  3. ^ "The 'K' factor". The Hindu. 2007-12-08. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2018-07-08. 
  4. ^ "David Devadas". TheWire.in. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  5. ^ D, Devadas. "DavidDavadas". FirstPost. FirstPost. Retrieved 13 October 2010. 

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