Ghazanfar A. Khan

Writer, Producer & Social Activist
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Ghazanfar Ali Khan is a journalist, geo-strategist, social worker, and an avid reader. Khan's illustrious career in journalism spans three decades. When he first became a journalist trainee with the largest Indian English daily "The Times of India" way back in 1986, his first major assignment was in the news room to correct news stories and rewrite them in news format.

He has since then reported from the world's major hotspots, including Saudi Arabia, India, the UK, Italy, Greece, Belgium, the Netherlands, Nepal, Bahrain, Switzerland, Indonesia, South Korea, Singapore, Maldives, Turkey, Thailand, UAE, China, Somalia and Germany. Khan has had the distinction to become the first foreign journalist working in Saudi Arabia to travel with later King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz to India in 2006 and then to Turkey in 2009.
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