The “Bossman”, as his colleagues lovingly call him, is the heart & soul of ZigWheels. ZigWheels, one of India’s premiere automotive content websites is his baby, and with a gargantuan experience in the field of automotive journalism, no one slices and dices cars or bikes like Adil. As the former founding editor of magazines like Car & Bike International, Overdrive, Car India, Bike India and Commercial Vehicle, the “Bossman” is regarded as a pioneer when it comes to introducing India to the field of auto journalism. As the Editor-in-Chief of ZigWheels, Adil is passion personified when it comes to bikes and cars. His signature flair, flamboyance and foresight are what drive Team ZigWheels to settle for nothing but the very best when it comes to entertaining and educating auto enthusiasts all over.
As an editor, Tanya Chaitanya, has given India’s largest selling women’s magazine—Femina—a contemporary, fresh and modern feel. Tanya has worked for BBC as a Producer in London. She has also worked with The Times of India in Mumbai and Cosmopolitan magazine.
Bachi Karkaria is among the country’s most respected journalists, a popular columnist, a chronicler of urbania and a media trainer.
She has created and edited some of The Times of India’s most successful papers. `Erratica’, her satirical column in the ToI, has had an increasingly devoted following since 1994, as does ‘Giving Gyan’, her more recent, straight-talking relationships column in the Mumbai Mirror.
Ms Karkaria was the first journalist seriously to track AIDS in India, and is now an internationally consulted authority on the subject. A game-changer, she is significantly responsible for the city-centric look of the print media. Multi-faceted local reporting and performance enhancement are the key components of her training sessions for journalists in India and abroad. She is a regular panelist on TV news networks. Ms Karkaria is the first Indian on the Board of the Paris-based World Editors Forum.
Her books include Dare to Dream, a best-selling biography of the legendary hotelier MS Oberoi, Mumbai Masti, a richly illustrated book capturing the city’s quirky soul, The Cake That Walked, on Flurys, Calcutta’s iconic tea-room, plus collections of her columns, Erratica, and earlier writing, Your Flip is Showing. She has written the commissioned corporate biographies of the Times of India Group and of Larsen & Toubro, India’s global engineering giant. She has contributed insightful essays to books documenting India’s social transformation