Sam Miller, author
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Biography: Sam Miller was born in London in 1962. He studied History at Cambridge University and Politics at London University's School of Oriental and African Studies, before joining the BBC's World Service.
In the early 'nineties he was the World Service TV and radio correspondent in Delhi and on his return to the UK in 1993 was the presenter and editor of the BBC's current affairs programme South Asia Report. Later he became the head of the Urdu service and subsequently Managing Editor, South Asia. He has also worked as a reporter in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, the Balkans and Northern Ireland.
He was posted back to Delhi in 2002, and has remained there ever since. He is now the Country Director, India, for the BBC World Service Trust. He also works as a TV commentator, journalist and book reviewer for a number of Indian and international media organizations. His first book, Delhi: Adventures in Megacity was published in 2009 (Penguin India; Vintage UK).