Preeti Singh

Preeti Singh

Writer and communications strategist

Preeti Singh is a journalist, editor and communications specialist, based in India. She has worked as a senior advisor at 9.9 Insights (an independent strategic advisor of the Washington DC-based Albright Stonebridge Group), as a journalist in both print and digital media, and as a business editor and researcher. She has two decades of experience at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (a premier national defence and security think tank), as part of the op-ed team at The Hindustan Times, India’s leading news media house, and as an editor in integrated media companies, 9.9 Media and BW Businessworld. She holds a master’s degree in Indian history and an M.Phil. in disarmament studies and was a Chevening Gurukul Scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science – the British government’s flagship leadership program for young Indian achievers. She edits nonfiction books and teaches business writing and communications in various management programs.

Articles by Preeti Singh


Modi 2.0: Old Problems and New Possibilities

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's blend of hyper-nationalism with a welfare-state development narrative successfully bolstered his claim to be the “only man for the job”. It has also given his party wider and deeper appeal, solidifying its national footprint. Armed with a strengthened mandate, Modi could propel India forward to take a leadership role in Asian affairs, writes New Delhi-based Preeti Singh, Senior Advisor at 9.9 Insights.