Mojo brings together an experienced and award-winning team of reporters, journalists, multimedia producers and editors, social media and broadcast specialists, and support staff.
Barkha Dutt is an award-winning journalist, anchor, and columnist with more than two decades of reporting experience.
She is India’s only Emmy-nominated journalist who has won multiple national and international awards, including the Padma Shri, which is India’s fourth-highest civilian honor.
Shiralie Chaturvedi is a writer and a journalist. While her day job is entirely about news, she moonlights as an obsessive reader and a fiction writer.
At Mojo Story, she is the Editorial and Creative Director, hoping to further a legacy of journalism for the people and of the people
Ashish Ramola is a Senior Producer and Journalist with more than 11 years of experience in Digital and Electronic Media. Having been in this field for more than 10 years, he calls himself ‘Jack of all Trades. He reports on issues of politics, international affairs and the environment.
He is a firm believer in emphasising humanity first. He is also fond of Shayari and travelling.
Mayank Gajwani, is a New Delhi-based tech-producer and an editor with a keen interest in all areas of production.
As journalism has always been his forte, he constantly tries to get acquainted with the ever-changing trends and course of journalism. Beyond editing, Mayank loves creating travel vlogs for himself.
Sumit Singh completed his graduation from Hindu College, University of Delhi. He hails from Gopalganj, Bihar and is deeply interested in politics and media. He works as a Producer on Barkha Dutt’s daily show ‘Bottomline With Barkha’.
Being strongly oriented towards social media management and skilled in news writing and communication, Sumit has also been entrusted with contributing to the YouTube channel and social media handles of Mojo Story.
Mrinalini Dhyani works as a producer at The Mojo Story. She graduated from Delhi University.
She has previously worked with various news organisations like The Probe, The Wire and Express News Bharat.
Manto and The Local Train are her safe space.
Over a 20-year career, Zafar has reported on issues ranging from conflict, armed encounters, environment, crime, politics, culture and human rights.
He was the Bureau Chief (J&K) for NDTV (New Delhi Television); has received the Ramnath Goenka Award twice and also the Electronic News Broadcast Award (ENBA) award.
Haris has worked extensively in the region covering conflict, human rights, environment, art and culture.
He has previously freelanced and worked with various multimedia organisations like the Free Press Kashmir, The Wire and The Quint.
He is one of the few people in Kashmir who has worked across media.
He holds a Bachelors degree in Journalism from Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi.
He has previously worked with various news organisations like India News, Dainik Bhaskar and Amar Ujala.
Iyamin completed his Master’s in Convergent Journalism from AJK MCRC, Jamia Milia Islamia.
He specialises in visual storytelling. He has earlier worked for various national and international publications.
As a student, he actively participated in debates and quizzes.
Ritesh has earned an MBA from Symbiosis University, Pune and since then, has worked across sectors in hospitality, banking and development.
He is currently a Consultant at Global Health Strategies as well as a Consultant at BDMPL, leading the administrative and human resource functions.