Sriram Balasubramanian is a Journalist and a Writer who contributes extensively to International and National dailies. He has contributed regularly to publications such as The New York Times, Forbes India, The Hindu, The Times of India, Rediff, DNA among others. In addition, he also contributes timely interviews with leading personalities across the world with their inputs on current affairs and issues pertaining to the day. This includes interviews with the current Tibetan Prime Minister Dr Lobsang Sangay, Mr Nandan Nilekani, Mr Salman Khan (from Khan Academy) and Mr Bharti Mittal among others.

His focus has been on Education, Human development and Social issues across the developing economies especially India. Believing in education as a tool for empowerment, he tracks zealously the major developments in the education sector. In addition, he tracks human development such as nutrition, poverty and sociological movements in India.

In addition to his journalistic contributions, he is also an upcoming novelist & is represented by the prestigious Jacaranda Literary Agency, one of the leading International literary agents (

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Featured Articles/Interviews

US-Syria: Unilateralism and morality of convenience

Kishore Biyani on Retail in India

The Wall Street Journal - Sept 19, 2013

Arvind Panagariya on Fixing India’s Economy
The Wall Street Jounal India

A Conversation With: Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand
(New York Times)

Interview with Ms Dana Kelly, US representative in the PISA Board: Developing Economies Lack Educational Resources: PISA Board Member