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Sunil Sethi
Sunil Sethi

Sunil Sethi is Senior Editor at NDTV and hosts the popular weekend literary show Just Books on the NDTV 24x7 and NDTV Profit channels. He has been a nationally syndicated columnist, with weekly columns in the Times of India and the Indian Express and a fortnightly column, Al Fresco, in the Business Standard.

He was among the founding editorial team of India Today (1976-1985). He has also been Features Editor of Sunday Mail and the Hindustan Times. Sunil was the India correspondent of The Boston Globe and reported on South Asian affairs for The Economist.

He has scripted and presented documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4 television networks. A specialist on architecture and design, Sunil is the author of Indian Interiors, Inside Asia, and The Big Bookshelf: Sunil Sethi in conversation with 30 famous writers. He has been a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and was awarded the Japan Foundation fellowship.

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