Amit Varma is a writer and podcaster based in Mumbai. He started his career in advertising, moved on to television, and has been a journalist since 2001. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, the Observer and almost every Indian publication. He is currently a columnist for the Times of India, Bloomberg Quint and Cricket Next.
He was managing editor of Cricinfo between 2003 and 2008, and a consulting editor at Yahoo after that. He relaunched the online magazine Pragati in 2017, as the chief editor, and made them podcasting pioneers by launching a series of podcasts for them.
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Follow The Seen and the Unseen
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Amit Varma’s journey
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Is a liberal constitution imposed on an illiberal population?
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Is Amit more vocal on Twitter these days?
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Will it matter if BJP changes the constitution?
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Why so many young people support BJP/Hindutva?
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Does Hindutva ring a bell which we cannot comprehend sometimes?
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Did Amit’s view on Kejriwal changed post Abhinandan sekri’s episode?
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What does Amit think about his network?
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Amit’s thought on Secularism
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How much should we blame our first past the post the system
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Where do you see things in 2024?
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How Amit’s sees the relationship b/w RSS & BJP
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Dalit representation in ‘Seen and the Unseen’
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Amit vision for ‘Seen and the Unseen’ and his planning of the show.
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Business model of podcasts
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- Amit Varma’s , The Art of clear writing
- Episode 254: The Life and Times of Abhinandan Sekhri
- Episode 248: The Decline of the Congress
- Episode 149: A Life in Indian Politics
- Episode 112: Early Indians
- Episode 45: The BJP’s Magic Formula
- #47 The Reality of RSS with Bhanwar Meghwanshi
- I could not be a Hindu
- Steven Pinker – The Blank Slate
- George Orwell, A Collection of Essays
- Politics and the English language
- Tony Joseph – Early Indians
- India Moving. A history of migration – Chinmay Tumbe
- Wanderers, Kings, Merchants: The Story of India through Its Languages by Peggy Mohan
- Roam research