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Pulind Samant is Mumbai born and a post-graduate in ‘Labour Studies’ from the University of Mumbai. He has had a successful career spanning 27 years, as a ‘Human Resource Management’ professional, having worked with a number of reputed Indian and multi-national companies. He is well travelled within India as well as abroad. He is a visiting faculty with his alma mater since the academic year 2015-16. He was an ABVP worker during his graduation and post-graduation days. He writes his blog viz. ‘Let’s Think for India’, on issues in the socio-cultural and socio-political domain, since year 2010. He is a columnist with ‘Organiser Weekly’, New Delhi and his articles are published in the quarterly issues of the ‘Journal for Strategy & Diplomacy’, of ‘Forum for Integrated National Security’ (FINS), Mumbai. He had earlier anchored the editorial team as a documentation consultant, for publishing a study report on contract labour, undertaken by ‘Rambhau Mhalgi Parabodhini’ (RMP). He is a linguist, possessing professional proficiency in the languages of Hindi, Marathi & English, apart from having varying degrees of familiarity with the Indian languages of Gujarati & Konkani as well as foreign languages like French and Japanese. He is also a translator, translating books from Marathi into English & vice versa, as well as Hindi into English. He is also active on Twitter @pulindsamant.
Read how the right wing of India has succeeded in presenting the ‘right’ view to the people of India, as far as the Kashmir affairs are concerned.