About

Rohit Revo

Rohit Revo

I am a man in a hurry and have realised that the 24 hour daily window is too short for the things I want to achieve for myself and the larger society. My frustration stems from the fact that I can’t see the India of 2025 in 2011.

I am a firm believer in India’s capability, confident of the rise of India and a strong advocate of a deeper meaningful relationship between Australia and India.

Originally from Srinagar in India, I studied in Burn Hall School in the same city and then went on to do my Electronics Engineering from Karnatak University. I then spent 2 years in Baroda in India to do Masters in Business Administration from MS University. It was this period that ignited the writing spark in me. As Vice President of the Students Union, I organised many successful seminars and fairs in Baroda. Interactions with the university professors, local industry champions and some of my friends pursuing doctorates helped me paint a picture of the world I wanted to see. One of the strongest influences on my life has been that of my Grand Father, who was a Banker in his days and a voracious reader and a social worker.

I started contributing regular articles for The Indian Express and some other publications in Mumbai. After coming to Australia in 2002 I started writing for Indian Link and then joined the team at The Indian newspaper (www.theindian.net.au) and have since then become the Editor of this newspaper, which is published monthly and caters to people of Indian sub continent living in Australia. Since the past 4 years, I have worked very hard to establish THE INDIAN brand, despite heavy competition and have made some great acquaintances in this journey. I have also been a Radio Jockey for around 2 years, and have done reporting for Indian TV Channel TimesNow, been interviewed on FM Radio stations in Australia about developments in India, and done guest lectures in UTS Sydney. I was the Master of Ceremonies for UIA Friendship Fair in 2007 and have done stage shows in India singing Bollywood songs.

I am also a professionally trained voice over artist and have been trained by Partap Sharma, the Indian TV host of the popular programme “What’s the Good Word?”

I have a flair for sniffing news and have done some outstanding stories related to the growing and vibrant Australian Indian community.

Rohit with NSW Premier Barry O' Farrell

Rohit with NSW Premier Barry O' Farrell

Rohit Revo with Kevin Rudd

Rohit Revo with Kevin Rudd

Rohit with Julie Owens

Rohit with Julie Owens

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