Revati Laul is an Indian journalist with 20 years of experience. Her primary work has been in the area of violence and conflict. She began her career as a television journalist with India’s best known English language tv channel – NDTV in 1996. Her best work there included investigative stories and features from India’s conflict with Pakistan in Kargil, Nepal in the grip of a Maoist insurgency and as the channel’s Gujarat correspondent the year after the 2002 genocide. Revati has since then done independent projects from Afghanistan, and a high risk undercover report on the genocide against Tamils in Sri Lanka for the news magazine Tehelka. She began work on `The Anatomy Of Hate’ in January 2015. Here are links to some of Revati Laul’s past work, in video and in print.
- A piece on what the regime change in India looked like after the 2014 general elections in India
- A piece on the political legacy thirty years on, of the Sikh militancy in India, led by its leader, Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale until his killing in 1984
- An undercover report looking at the continuing genocide against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
- Afghanistan’s election in the time of the Taliban in 2009 – a series for the Indian news magazine – `Open’ http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/international/in-black-red-and-green
- Running On Empty – A news documentary tracking truck drivers lives of terror and treachery as they are chased by armed insurgents, the police and corrupt administration, and attempts to ask the question – is this the backbone of India’s new and shining economy?