|Born||12 March 1963 (age 56)|
|Residence||New Delhi, India|
Tony Joseph is an Indian journalist and former editor of Businessworld magazine. He is also the author of the best-selling book Early Indians: The Story of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From. Until 2018, he was also the chairman and co-founder of Mindworks Global Media Services. He is based in New Delhi. Joseph has been an editor and a journalist for over three decades and was, at various times, Features Editor of The Economic Times, Associate Editor of Business Standard and Editor of Businessworld magazine. His articles have appeared in Outlook India , Quartz, Business Standard, Live Mint and The Hindu. The Early Indians book is focused on four prehistoric migrations that shaped the demography of India, including Indo-Aryan Migration around 2000 BCE.
- Early Indians: The Story of Our Ancestors and Where We Came From. Juggernaut, ISBN 978-93-8622-898-7
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- "The first Indians".
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- "Quartz Contributor".
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- "Why Christianity Failed in India".
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- "Four prehistoric migrations shaped India's population".
- "From the Aryan migration to caste, two books offer fascinating insights into India's ancient past".
- "New reports clearly confirm 'Arya' migration into India".
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