DDS REVIEWS.IN. APRIL 12, 2018
BOOKISH INDULGENCES WITH B00K R3VI3WS.
A REVIEW OF VICTIMS FOR SALE.
"It was clear that Sandy was an opinionated and intellectual personality. Her code of honor and her ability to sift between what’s right and wrong kept her going in the book. They were also the qualities that made her stand out from the other characters in the book." READ MORE.
HINDUSTAN TIMES. DELHI. MARCH 27, 2018
WOW MAGAZINE. WORLD OF WOMEN. RELIANCE.
APRIL 2018 EDITION
A WRITER WITH A TWIST
It is said that the art of writing for an author is a way of discovering what she believes in.
One such journalist and novelist is Nischinta ‘Nish’ Amarnath who has made it to the big league. She was one of the youngest journalists and the youngest non-fiction author in the business genre after debuting with ‘The Voyage to Excellence’ in 2005. Her articles and columns have appeared at various platforms worldwide, including The Wall Street Journal, The Street, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance ... READ MORE.
BOOKGEEKS.IN. MARCH 23, 2018
NISH AMARNATH | AUTHOR INTERVIEW
A journalist and an author, Nish Amarnath has written bestsellers such as ‘The Voyage to Excellence’, ‘Citi and its Scuffle with the Watchdogs’. Her latest book ‘Victims for Sale’ is a crime-thriller which follows the struggles of ... READ MORE.
Reviews. Ideas. Love.
Book Review | Victims For Sale by Nish Amarnath | Spoiler Free
Before anything else, I LOVE THE COVER!
Now, for the actual review, this very illustrative story of the settings of London and every one of the intricate details of the crown’s domain emerges... READ MORE.
BREW MAGAZINE. MARCH 2018 EDITION
WOMEN'S SPECIAL. Online version: March 19, 2018.
BREAKFAST BULLETIN [TV SHOW]. MARCH 8, 2018 | 3 MIN, 12 SEC
VICTIMS FOR SALE: A NOVEL ON SEXUAL VIOLENCE, HONOUR CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN
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Indian American author Nish Amarnath's novel Victims for Sale is making a splash. A crime thriller, it touches the subject of disabled women pushed into sex racket and honour crimes against women. Though set in the backdrop of London, the story strikes a chord with Indian readers. It also addresses the challenges and risks women journalists undertake. Born in Delhi, Nish grew up across Kolkata, Bangalore and Nigeria before her family made Chennai their home. Now she's based in New York.
DDS REVIEWS. Bookish Indulgences with B00k R3vi3ws. FEB 10, 2018
THE HINDU [AUTHORS]. FEB. 7, 2018
Nish Amarnath's debut novel 'keeps it real'
Nish Amarnath’s new book, based on real incidents, gives you the chills, showing how crime can unfold in both lethal and cosy set-ups.
What do people with special needs, electric violet teddy bears, a sex racket and a children’s home have in common? Nothing reassuring, that’s for sure, and since the process of uncovering it nearly cost the protagonist of Victims For Sale (HarperCollins) her life, we’re not going to give you any spoilers. READ MORE.
THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS. FEB. 6, 2018
THE HINDU. FEB. 10, 2018
PRYING IS NOT INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM
Investigative journalism is not sting journalism and prying has no place in it, said N. Ram, Chairman, The Hindu Group, here on Friday.
Speaking at the launch of the book Victims for Sale, authored by Nish Amarnath, he said the novel spoke in detail on what investigative journalism was about. In India, when television channels talked about investigating journalism, it was mostly about sting operations, he said. On the risks involved in investigative journalism, Mr. Ram said... [READ MORE].
RADIO ONE 94.3 FM. (CHRIS'S BOOKCLUB). JAN. 23, 2018
Nish chats with RJ Chris about her crime thriller VICTIMS FOR SALE.
NEWS MSME. 2015
On the concept of my novel, VICTIMS FOR SALE, formerly titled FALLING BRIDGES.
MSLGROUP strengthens team
String of strategic hires aimed at enhancing corporate advisory and reputation management, marketing communications, financial communications, public affairs and social engagement.
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 12, 2013
Nischinta Amarnath has joined as an Associate Account Director based in Delhi. Nischinta’s strengths lie in conceptualizing, leading and executing strategic communications campaigns to deliver compelling content-focused storytelling for clients across diverse sectors. Nischinta will also lead the company’s... READ MORE.
THE WEEK MAGAZINE [Cover Story]. 2006.
Featured as a national youth icon.
THE INDIAN EXPRESS and THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS. 2006.
THE HINDU, BANGALORE. 2006.
INFOSYS YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARDS
EDUCATION WORLD.[MAGAZINE]. 2006. COVER STORY.
Nish Amarnath’s new book, based on real incidents, gives you the chills, showing how crime can unfold in both lethal and cosy set-ups
What do people with special needs, electric violet teddy bears, a sex racket and a children’s home have in common? Nothing reassuring, that’s for sure, and since the process of uncovering it nearly cost the protagonist of Victims For Sale(Harper Collins) her life, we’re not going to give you any spoilers.
I was one of eight young achievers selected across India and conferred The Young Achiever Award by industrialist Narayana Murthy of Infosys. The picture, as seen on the cover, is from a photo-op.
THE HINDU. CHENNAI. 2006
Cover story in MANAGEMENT COMPASS. 2005
ASIAN AGE. MUMBAI. 2005.
The story also ran on other outposts, pan-India, including national newspaper DECCAN CHRONICLE.
NDTV 24X7. NEW DELHI. 2005.
TV interview on THE VOYAGE TO EXCELLENCE.
Channel 7. NEW DELHI. 2005
TV INTERVIEW. As seen with India's highest ranking police officer and Pondicherry's Lieutenant Governor Dr. Kiran Bedi.