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My name is SWAMINATHAN PILLAI. Educated at world renowned British academic institutions such as London School of Economics and Political Science and London College of Printing; I am a Senior Academic and Journalist from Kerala, India. I have gained experience in print and radio journalism. British and Indian media organizations have accepted and published all my articles without making any changes to them. My success in interviewing the then British Education Secretary, David Blunket, for my first ever radio programme, is a remarkable achievement in my career of journalism. Education, Health, Medicine, Society, Women, Nature, Environment, Travel, Tourism and Disability are areas of my interest in Journalism. I am capable of and interested in doing research for my writing. It would be appreciated if you decide to work with me as your writer on any of the above mentioned topics. I am giving you copies of some of my published articles for your perusal.
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Freelance Journalist

Jan 2012

Contributed articles on Education, Health, Medicine, Society, Women, Nature, Environment, Travel, Tourism and Disability

Freelance Journalist

Jan 2012

Contributed articles on Education, Health, Medicine, Society, Women, Nature, Environment, Travel, Tourism and Disability

Freelance Journalist

Jan 2012

Contributed articles on Education, Health, Medicine, Society, Women, Nature, Environment, Travel, Tourism and Disability

Freelance Journalist

Jul 1999 - Aug 2001 (2 years)

Contributed articles on Education, Health, Medicine, Society, Women, Nature, Environment, Travel, Tourism and Disability.

Education

Post Graduate Diploma In Journalism

1998 - 1999 (1 year)

MA International History

1993 - 1995 (2 years)

MA History

1981 - 1983 (2 years)

BA History

1978 - 1981 (3 years)

Publications

ANCIENT SCIENCE, NEW SOIL

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THE UNSUNG HEROES OF THE NHS

The National Health Service is going through a period of crises. Swaminathan Pillai continues to analyse the problem through the eyes of the Indian doctors who have made a substantial contribution to preserving the NHS

UNSUNG HEROES OF THE NHS

The National Health Service in Britain has an admirable track record in spite of current crises. Indian doctors have played a vital role in the success of the system. Through a series of articles Swaminathan Pillai analyses their contributions.

OBESITY

Obesity, the slow killer

A TICKING TIME BOMB

Dr. Sally Anne Davies is the chief medical officer of Britain. In her annual CMO's Report submitted recently, Dr. Davies deals with a very serious threat to humankind. This is the emergence of a situation in which, antibiotics, are going to become ineffective. They are to become ineffective in controlling diseases and infections. Besides, many people may lose their lives because of this situation.

A LONG JUMP: WOMEN AT LONDON OLYMPICS

The London Olympic Games of 2012 are of immense significance in the history of humanity. It marks the new high for women even though there are miles to go before the world attains complete gender equality. Twenty years ago, in the Barcelona Olympics, thirty-five countries sent male only teams. In the Atlanta Olympics of 1996, twenty-six nations sent only male participants. In the Beijing Olympics of 2008, three countries; Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Brunei kept their women out of the games.

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