Shloka Nath

Former Senior Researcher, Gateway House

Shloka Nath is a former Senior Researcher at Gateway House. Previously, Shloka was the Principal Correspondent with Forbes India, specialising in Strategic Affairs, Financial Inclusion and Business and Law. A graduate from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a BSc in Government, she has worked as a broadcast journalist with the BBC in London and as an Anchor and News Correspondent with New Delhi Television (NDTV) in Mumbai. She was a speechwriter at the House of Lords and during her tenure, successfully established an All Party Parliamentary Group for Entrepreneurs. Shloka has also worked on promoting press freedom worldwide for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) in New York. She is currently studying Public Policy at Harvard‘s Kennedy School of Government.

BSc in Government, London School of Economics and Political Science


Financial Inclusion and Business, Law, Strategic Affairs

Last modified: November 3, 2017

Recent projects

Compress - Environmental Diplomacy Courtesy: Gateway House
1 August 2011 Gateway House

Environmental diplomacy

Gateway House’s Shloka Nath examines the causes of disagreements between India and Bangladesh, and makes recommendations to resolve them – which can lead to an intelligent management and protection of the Sunderbans.
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6 January 2011 Gateway House

“There’s an incredible excitement about Mumbai”

As London gears up to host the 2012 Summer Olympics, Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, tells Gateway House's Shloka Nath what Mumbai can take away from London’s plans for renewal and expansion. Johnson likens Mumbai’s vibrancy and potential to London’s appeal.
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10 December 2010 Gateway House

Moralist power or global contestant?

C. Raja Mohan spoke to Gateway House’s Shloka Nath about the new threats in the Indian Ocean where geopolitical players like China have already arrived, India’s lack of assertion over its natural waters and the necessity for corporate India to develop a strategic view of India’s global interests.
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7 October 2010 Gateway House

Environmental diplomacy

The Sundarbans, one of world’s most endangered eco-systems, sits on the sensitive border between India and Bangladesh, and the issues that surround it have the potential to either advance or regress the relationship between the two neighbours