Ravish Tiwari, Express chief of national bureau, passes away

Tiwari led a team of senior journalists at The Indian Express who covered the Union Government, including state and national elections, the Prime Minister’s Office, national security, strategic affairs, diplomacy, health, education, environment and infrastructure.
Ravish Tiwari
Ravish Tiwari

New Delhi: Ravish Tiwari, National Political Editor and Chief of National Bureau of The Indian Express, whose journalism blended scholarship with reporting rigour to explain change in politics and society, died Saturday morning. He had been fighting cancer since June 2020. He was 40 and is survived by his wife, his parents, and a brother.

Tiwari had worked with reputed news organisations, including India Today and was working as the Chief of National Bureau of The Indian Express.

An engineering graduate from IIT Bombay in metallurgy and material science, and a post graduate in Comparative Social Policy from the university of Oxford, Tiwari was also a recipient of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Tiwari’s career in journalism was marked by insightful stories and analyses on political developments and social matters.

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