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Binod Kumar
Editor – EurAsian Times
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Binod is the Editor in Chief at the EurAsian Times. Binod is an IIT graduate and holds a Masters Degree in Business Management. He is one of the founding partners of the EurAsian Times and is based in Canada.

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Key Editorial Team

Syed Shafiq
International Politics

Shafiq holds a double Masters Degree from the University of Karachi and University of Glasgow. Shafiq is an avid debater and likes to write on Afghanistan and Pakistan, besides penning thought-provoking articles on International Politics.

Preeti Raina
Infotainment, Business, and Technology

Preeti has been associated with EurAsian Times right from the inception. Preeti loves to write on Infotainment and Technology Topics like Sports, Movies, Gadgets, Travel and Tourism, besides other topics mainly on Jammu and Kashmir and India-Pakistan affairs. Preeti is based in India.

Xavier V Francis
Health, Education

Xavier holds a Bachelors Degree in Engineering and a PhD in Sciences. Xavier is an avid reader and likes to write on various topics related to Psychology, Education, Fashion, Health, besides various other topics. Xavier is based in the UK.

Timur Maksimov
EurAsian Region and South Asia

Timur holds a double Master’s degree in Management and Political Sciences and has been writing articles and blogs for over a decade. His favourite topics are International News and Politics which encompasses EurAsian Region, Middle East, and South Asia. Timur is based in Russia.

Faraz Ahmad, 
Asia and Middle-East

Faraz holds a Master’s Degree from a Leading British University and Bachelors from Lahore, Pakistan. Faraz primarily writes on the Middle East and International Affairs. Faraz is based in the UK




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