I’m a multimedia journalist, and currently the India editor at Quartz.
Before coming to Quartz, I was a Fulbright scholar at the Columbia Journalism School, where I spent some time learning about data, design, video and American English spellings. I also spent much time at the equally venerable 1020. In between, I co-founded The 545, a single-subject website dedicated to the 2014 general elections in India.
I cut my teeth as a stringer for the Times of India in 2008, and then spent about four years at Business Standard, an Indian financial daily, as a staff reporter and Southeast Asia correspondent.
My limited academic triumphs include procuring an undergraduate degree in English Literature from Loyola College Chennai and a master’s in international relations from King’s College London.
I now live in Calcutta, mostly sitting on a far too cushy couch and checking the inbox of devjyotghoshal [at] gmail [dot] com.