Justice Manepalli Narayana Rao Venkatachaliah
Justice Manepalli Narayana Rao Venkatachaliah served as the 25th Chief Justice of India from 1993 to 1994. He Currently serves as Chancellor of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning which is a Modern Gurukul. He is Bachelor of Science and also Bachelor of Law from the University of Mysore. He started practicing law in 1951. He was appointed Permanent Judge of High Court of Karnataka on 6 November 1975. He was elevated as Judge of the Supreme Court of India on 5 October 1987. Post retirement, he has also continued to work on anti-corruption and human rights issues, including support for the launch of Initiatives of Change Centre for Governance in 2003. He has also served as the Chairman of National Human Rights Commission from 1996-1998 and in 2000 he headed National Commission to review the working of the Constitution.
Ms. Rajshri Rai, co-founded E N Communication Pvt Ltd. and serves as its Managing Director. Ms. Rai worked for over 17 years in journalism. Starting with her first assignment at Hindustan Times she moved to NDTV as reporter, producer and anchor, virtually becoming the face of the channel. She joined Sahara in the year 2000 as correspondent. She is perhaps the only mainstream television entrepreneur who has produced shows on development and specialised subjects like law ,legal aid and awareness and rural India. She has given the Indian readers India's first Legal news magazine, INDIA LEGAL and established one of the most trusted news channel in the country, APN News. . Ms. Rai's contribution to Indian journalism has earned her several honours, awards and accolades and she has also written several papers on media industry and has spoken in seminars in India and abroad. The Indian Bar Associat
Inderjit Badhwar worked for more than two decades in the United States, where his work was published in leading magazines and newspapers such as the Washington Post. He was also associated with ABC TV. In India, he has headed the India Today editorial team for more than 10 years, beside being an Executive Producer of TV Today and anchor to the popular weekly news magazine show Newstrack. He was also head of Sahara TV network and in the year 2000 he became the Editor-in-Chief of Media TransAsia, which published niche publications like Swagat and Discover India. His 2004 novel, The Chamber of Perfumes (originally titled Sniffing Papa) won France's most prestigious international award as the "Best Foreign Debut Novel", an honour that went earlier to Salman Rushdie for "Shame".
Dilip Bobb is a veteran journalist and political commentator. He is former Executive Editor of Outlook magazine and former Managing Editor of India Today. He has also been a columnist with the Indian Express. He has authored the book "The Great Betrayal", and co-authored "Delhi-Then and Now" (with Narayani Gupta). He is presently Senior Managing Editor with India Legal magazine.
P K Malhotra
P K Malhotra has more than forty years 'experience in the field of law in various capacities out of which, he has worked in the Ministry of Law & Justice for more than 25 years as an officer of Indian Legal Service and reached the Apex level of Union Law Secretary. He was responsible for processing and finalizing many important legislations including Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013, Constitution Amendments relating to National Judicial Appointment Commission, Companies Act, 2013, Representation of People's (Amendment) Bill, Commercial Courts Act, 2015, Arbitration & Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015, Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code, 2016, Constitution Amendment relating to GST, Securities Law (Amendment) Act, Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill and many other important legislation. As Secretary in the Legislative Department he was dealing with all matters relating to election laws including references received from the Election Commissi
ENC Network is part of ENC Private Ltd. Its state-of-the-art studios and editorial offices are located in a 5-acre complex in Sector 68 of the capital’s media hub, NOIDA.
Govind Pant Raju
Govind Pant Raju is a senior journalist who started his journey way back in 1985 with the Navbharat Times as a reporter. He has worked with BBC TV and ANI – India's first news agency, as a correspondent for U.P. and has covered major political and cultural events. As the Bureau Chief of AAJTAK for 17 years for the States of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand , Govind was responsible for the channel's stronghold of the electronic media scene. He has covered numerous Parliamentary and State Elections for Doordarshan as well. He has also been a columnist for Tehelka, DNA and Satyagraha.
R S Chauhan
R S Chauhan, a result oriented professional with 41 years experience in film & broadcast media covering programming, production, on-air look and feel and graphics. He was associated with Sahara India Media and Entertainment, Noida, as advisor of broadcasting operations and engineering. He is a keen planner with the flair for implementing innovative strategies for accelerated growth of the business with skills to remain on the cutting edge, drive new business through conceptualizing strategies, augmenting and streamlining networks. He has great expertise in executing projects from concept-to-launch with focus on project scope and rendering end-to-end solutions.