Indian Women's Press Corps


Team 2012/13  
Ms T K Rajalakshmi (Frontline)

Ms Aruna Singh (Fame India - Magazine)
Ms Shobhna Jain (UNIVarta)

General Secretary
Ms Mannika Chopra (Columnist)

Joint Secretary
Ms Smita Mishra (Hindustan)

Ms Ritu Sarin (The Indian Express)

Executive Committee:

Ms Bhasha Singh (Outlook-Hindi),
Ms Saroj Nagi (Freelancer)
Ms Neerja Chowdhury (Political Columnist)
Ms Sushma Ramachandran (Columnist)
Ms Anita Katyal(The Tribune)
Ms Coomi Kapoor (The Indian Express)
Ms Ravinder Bawa(Freelancer)
Ms Manjari Chauturvedi (Nav Bharat Times)
Ms Shubha Singh (Columnist)
Ms Ira Jha (Nav Bharat)
Ms Shanta Serbjeet Singh (Freelancer)
Ms Navika Kumar (Times Now)
Ms Parul Sharma (Jansatta)
Ms Madhvi Gupta (Freelancer)
Ms Kalyani Shankar (Columnist)
Ms Annu Anand (Freelancer)
Ms Pamela Bhagat (Freelancer)
Ms Ritambhara Shastri (UNI)
Ms Vimal Issar (Freelancer)
Ms Asha Ramachandran (The Statesman)
Ms Sujata Mathur (Bhasha)

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Egypt-land of pharaohs

Sushma Ramachandran

Egypt, the land of the Pyramids and Pharoahs, has an enduring mystery that lures millions of tourists every year.

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Beyond Bylines

There are some among us who have been recognised for the work they do. They are others who managed to pursue other passions while still adhering to the routine. We salute these achievers.


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Journey Woman

Over the last four year members of the IWPC have been traveling. They have dipped into the magical mysteries of Esfahan in Iran, traversed the Great Wall of China, peeked into the tooth temple in Kandy in Sri Lanka and most recently rubbed shoulders with the ancient civilisations of Syria