Rashmee Roshan Lall
Rashmee Roshan Lall has lived and worked in six countries in the last six years.
She was most recently in Haiti, the world’s first independent black republic and the second country after the United States to throw off the yoke of colonialism. Before that, she was in Afghanistan.
Rashmee started with The Times of India newspaper in Delhi, made a foray into publishing as editor of Rupa and HarperCollins India and then took up broadcasting with the BBC World Service in London. She presented 'The World Today', BBC World Service’s flagship news and current affairs programme. She was subsequently The Times of India’s Foreign Editor based in London, reporting on Europe. She was editor of The Sunday Times of India, based in Delhi.