Zarmar Joshi:  Zarmar holds an M. A degree in Sanskrit from Gujarat and has worked zarmarjoshi1as a lecturer in a University college prior to her recent arrival in Sydney. Having worked on ‘Door-darshan’ (Ahmedabad) as a news- reader, India’s government national television channel, she brings with her a wealth of media experience. Zarmar is a talented classical dancer, choreographer and dance teacher in the Bharatnatyam style and has completed her Visharad degree (B.A in Dancing) after 15 years of training in Ahmedabad. Zarmar presents regular segments and news bulletins in Sur-Samvaad.

Kersi Meher- Homji: (Sur-Samvaad Cricket Reporter)

Sports editor of Thkesrimehere Indian Down Under published in Sydney since 1987, he has contributed cricket articles to mainstream papers in India and Australia like The Times of India, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun-Herald, Australian Cricketer, Inside Edge, Inside Cricket and Inside Sport.  A cricket tragic, he has published 11 books in Australia, titles include the best-selling The Waugh Twins, Out for a Duck, Nervous Nineties and Six Appeal.  Born in Mumbai and settled in Sydney since 1970, Kersi Meher-Homji is a Virologist by profession.

Kiran Pradhan of Muzitek Creations, Sydney is an accomplished Music Director and Arranger. kiranpradhanMany of his original compositions sung by famous singers have been recorded and released by HMV, and other companies in India.  Kiran’s natural flare for blending Eastern and Western style of music speaks about his creativity, which always results in very melodious tunes and groovy rhythms. Kiran has extra ordinary command over computer based music sequencing and arrangements. He is also a professional musician who can play Tabla, Guitar and Key Board. Besides music, Kiran is an engineer from IIT, Bombay and has also completed master’s degree in Management Studies from University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom.  Kiran’s original work can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/muzitek, Kiran arranges and records Sur-Samvaad signature tunes and jingles.

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