Neelesh Misra was born in 1973 in Lucknow, India. He worked with the India Abroad News Service and the Associated Press before joining The Hindustan Times in New Delhi as Senior Roving Editor. In a career spanning seventeen years he has covered some of the biggest news stories in South Asia including the Kargil conflict, Orissas super cyclone, the Gujarat earthquake, the massacre of the royal family in Nepal and its transition to democracy, the Asian Tsunami, and the Kashmir earthquake.He is the author of two non-fiction books: 173 Hours in Captivity: The story of the hijacking of IC 814 and End of the Line: The Story of the Killing of the Royals in Nepal . When he is not chasing the news he writes songs and scripts for Bollywood.
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