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journalist

Brijesh Kumar Khindaria, Indian, British, Swiss journalist. Named Minister of Age of Enlightenment, Maharishi European Research University, Seelisberg, Switzerland. President Total Life Foundation; Member of Society International Development Hindu, United Nations Corrs. Association, Association Foreign Corrs., Association International Journalists (Belgium), National Union Journalists.

Background

Khindaria, Brijesh Kumar was born on February 9, 1945 in Lahore, India. Son of Sohanlal and Vimla (Dhawan) K. Bachelor of Arts with honors, St. Stephens College, Delhi U., 1964.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Delhi University, 1964. Postgraduate, Delhi School Economics, 1965. Postgraduate, Surrey University, 1968.

Career

Staff correspondent Reuters News Agency, 1968—1977. Freelance correspondent Observer, London, since 1977, Fairchild Publications, New York City, 1977—1984, Guardian, London, 1977—1979, Finance Times, London, 1979—1983, International Herald Tribune, Paris, since 1983, Times India-Economics Times, since 1984, Economist Publications, 1987, Wall St. Journal Special Projects, since 1987, India Today, since 1987, Business Week Executive Programs, since 1989. President Diplomatic Forum Business, Geneva, since 1983, Integrated Publications, Geneva, since 1985.

Senior advisory member United Nations International Business Council, New York City, International Business Government Counsellors, Washington.

Membership

President Total Life Foundation. Member of Society International Development Hindu, United Nations Corrs. Association, Association Foreign Corrs., Association International Journalists (Belgium), National Union Journalists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Audio-visual design, classical music, yoga, teaching meditation.

Connections

father:
Sohanlal Bachelor of Arts

mother:
Vimla (Dhawan) K. Bachelor of Arts