Executive Editor, The Caravan, New Delhi
Vinod K. Jose is the Executive Editor of The Caravan magazine, India's premier magazine for narrative and investigative journalism. Jose and his team have won multiple national and international awards. His team’s reporting has exposed numerous scandals in India, many involving the government of current Prime Minister Narendra Modi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Jose is an alumnus of Columbia Journalism School, New York and he has a PhD in sociology from Jamia Millia University, New Delhi. Before joining the Caravan, Jose worked as a field producer in South Asia for American public radio stations, including Pacifica Radio and NPR.
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