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Ria is a first-year Master’s student of Diplomacy, Law and Business at the Jindal School of International Affairs. She completed her Bachelor’s in Political Science from Sri Venkateshwara College, Delhi University. She is an avid reader with an affinity toward communication, be it through dialects or written words. She is fluent in English, Bengali and Hindi, and is B2 certified in the Spanish Language. Her interests include international law, diplomacy, transnational crime, security, human rights, and social justice. Ria also works with the Jindal Centre for the Global South (JCGS) as a research intern and is associated with Penguin Random House India as an editorial freelancer.
Adi Roy is a first-year undergraduate student studying Political Science at JSIA. With a strong background in journalistic and social endeavours, Adi has held various leadership positions, including heading a youth-led publication, Political Pandora, along with membership in various editorial boards and teams. His interests include culture and politics, history, and studies of the Global South.
Shehaan Sahni, a first year student of Diplomacy and Foreign Policy, is a person with massive interests in the Japanese world along with reading a wide variety of fantasy novellas. He has a direct and spear-headed approach towards life and believes in the values of proactivity and advocates communication. He is keen to talk and listen to anything someone is passionate about.
Abhishek Dey is a 1st year MA(DLB) student at Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA). He has his bachelor's from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College in Political science and History. He has experience working at organizations such as Nielsen IQ, Mitkat and college centers such as the Center for Security Studies (CSS). His interest areas include Indian Foreign Policy, Diplomacy, and Economic Development. While also simultaneously being interested in the Latin America region.
Srishti is a first-year MA DLB student at the Jindal School of International Affairs. She has worked at a think tank for nearly two years and is a lawyer by qualification. Additionally, she has also interned at the Jindal Centre for Global South Studies and Mitkat Advisory. Previously, she has spoken at the UNCSW and several international summits, and always strives to create a safe space for everyone by radiating kindness.
Vaibhavi Katal is a second-year BAGA student. She is passionate about writing poetry and Shayari; if she is not writing then you will find her reading a book and almost screaming in the library over the twists or crushing over fictional characters. She has a deep interest in public policy and India’s foreign policy.
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Arpita Sondhi is a first year undergraduate student pursuing B.A. Hons Global Affairs at the Jindal School of International Affairs. Her areas on interest include International history, international economics and counter terrorism. She is always up for a discussion and is keen to learn new things!
Aditya Singh is the Technical Head at The JSIA Bulletin. After four years of working in Digital Marketing, Aditya has renewed his passion for Public Policy and International Affairs as a student at JSIA. Previously, as Head of Digital Marketing, Aditya conceptualized and executed marketing plans for PepsiCo, Hackett London, British Council and Sweden Embassy among others.