Aditya Sinha is an Indian author and journalist. He has been a journalist since 1987, occupying positions such as Editor-in-Chief of The New Indian Express and DNA. He has reported on terrorism in Punjab, Kashmir and Assam and has also done reporting from Peshawar, Pakistan. He started out as a crime reporter in Delhi.
Aditya Sinha has authored three books and co-authored three books. Among the books he has co-authored, includes "The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace", co-authored with a former R&AW chief, AS Dulat, and ISI chief, Asad Durrani. His first work of fiction was "The CEO Who Lost His Head" published in 2017.
Aditya Sinha was born in Bihar. He grew up outside of New York City. He has a bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University and MPhil from the School of Oriental Studies (SOAS). He lives in Gurgaon with his family.
- The CEO Who Lost His Head. Pan Macmillan, 2017. ISBN 9781509859368
- Death of Dreams: A Terrorist's Tale (2000). ISBN 9788172233907
- Farooq Abdullah: Kashmir's Prodigal Son - A Biography. UBS Publishers' Distributors, 1996. ISBN 9788174760722
- India Unmade: How The Modi Government Broke The Economy. Co-authored with Yashwant Sinha. Juggernaut, 2018. ISBN 9789386228864
- The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace. Co-authored with A. S. Dulat and Asad Durrani. HarperCollins, India, 2018. ISBN 9789352779253
- Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. Co-authored with A. S. Dulat. HarperCollins, India, 2016 ISBN 9789352640812
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