Associate Professor of Media Practice
Anubha Bhonsle is an award-wining journalist and author. She is the founder of Newsworthy and former Executive Editor at CNN-News18 where she was one of India’s leading prime-time news anchors. She is a Knight Fellow at International Centre for Journalists and has been a Fulbright-Humphrey Fellow at Georgetown and University of Maryland.
Anubha has also worked with Dainik Jagran Group where she streamlined digital video operations and created a pipeline for high-impact coverage of 2019 general elections. As a journalist, Bhonsle has reported extensively on politics, gender and human rights. Much of Bhonsle's reportage has concentrated on the impact of long-standing conflict. She has reported from Jammu and Kashmir and the northeast of India, and especially Manipur.
Bhonsle is a recipient of the Ramnath Goenka Award for her coverage of funding of political parties, and received the Chameli Devi Award in 2014. She is the author of Mother, Where's My Country?, a work of reportage from Manipur.