Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Subhash Chopra is a veteran journalist. He
completed his university education in New Delhi and embarked on a career
in journalism with Indian Express. After a four-year stint at Express, he
moved to Britain where worked on different newspapers, including a long
spell on The Times, London at its business news desk. Later in India he
worked as Associate Editor at the National Herald and Asian News
International, the print and television news agency, looking after its scripts
for Reuters and other feeds and print services for newspapers.
Mr. Chopra is a keen observer of developments in South Asia and the eight-
nation grouping under the umbrella of South Asian Association for Regional
Corporation (SAARC) and written on issues related to the SAARC elaborately.
Subhash Chopra has been freelancing ever since he left ANI and now divides
his time between New Delhi and London.
Among the books he authored are: India Britannia – An Abiding Affair,
Partition, Jihad & Peace and Kipling Sahib – A Raj Patriot.
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