Arnab Guha is a NRIOL featured columnist. He pens "The Arnab Guha Column".
Arnab Guha is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in publications in India, England and Canada. Some of the Indian dailies that have carried his reviews, comments and columns are The Telegraph (Calcutta), The Statesman (Calcutta, New Delhi) and the Amrita Bazar Patrika (Calcutta).
A graduate of Cambridge University (England), where he was a Nehru (Chevening) Scholar, Arnab was elected Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Society in 1994 and is currently completing his Ph.D. dissertation on strategic hypertextual authoring and user-disorientation in navigating web-based environments at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada.
Arnab likes to write speculatively about the future of South Asia and has been a participant at an International Study Session on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the Institut International de Droits de l'Hommes, Strasbourg, France. He has also interned at the Center for Democracy and Technology of the Advisory Committee of the Congressional Internet Caucus, Washington, D.C.
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