|Job Title||Senior Special Correspondent|
Arijit Sen reports from the conflict zones of Northeastern India and bordering regions, as the Senior Special Correspondent for CNN-IBN, India’s leading 24-hour news channel.
A Reuters Fellow at Oxford University, Arijit has been a journalist since 1999, specializing in political economy, rural development and governance. Since 2007, he shifted focus to armed conflict, militancy and secessionist movements, reporting exclusively from the 8 states comprising India’s North Eastern frontier. In March 2010 he was one of the first journalists to be given exclusive access to a Naga militant training camp: one of Asia’s oldest insurgencies. His reportage from this highly militarized zone has received media recognition: most recently, the News Television Award for Best News Documentary (2010) and the Ramnath Goenka award for Excellence in Journalism (2008-9)
|Junior Members Meeting||Apr 2011|
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