(Journalist and Editorial manager
World Food Programme)
Women activists in Rohingya Refugee camps.
(Senior Digital Editor
SA Women tangled in the nets of U.S. Immigration Laws.
Women's role in Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement.
Rise of sub-nationalism against backdrop of right wing politics.
(Writer and Editor
Reform in Pakistan's tribal areas.
Uncovering Hindu Nationalism in the USA.
(Writer and Author
The cost of war: Women's Health and Reproductive Rights in Post-War Afghanistan.
Sri Lankan African Diaspora.
Ex-refugee's struggle with Afghanistan homecoming.
(Writer and Reporter
The Associated Press)
Female genital mutilation issues in the U.S.
(Journalist and Audio Producer
New York Times)
Life Blood: The Indus River in India and Pakistan.
PRI's The World and NPR stations)
Pregnant Mothers, During and After the Earthquake.
Toxic Punjab: Industrial waste in Malwa region.
Nepal earthquake: How Resettlement is Hurting Families, and a City Struggling for Resources.
Lines of Control (Kashmir).
(Editor and Storyteller
Mental Health in India.
HW Hindi News)
Evolution of social media in India.
Anna Stevenson Photography)
Sri Lanka Project.
(Co-Host and correspondent
Series on Climate Change for PRI.
Coal mines in India.
Vanishing Girls of Pakistan.
(Journalist and Filmmaker
Effects of boat traffic on blue whales
New York University)
(Editor, Venture Capital and technology
(Senior Content writer/ Editor
Blurbpoint Media Private Limited)
Water crisis in Pakistan.
Video stories out of Afghanistan.
Gun control in India.
Impact of aging in India.
Teng, Poh Si
Al Jazeera Media Network)
Rest of World)
Nepalese Gurkhas fighting in southern Afghanistan.
Her War: Photographs from a Soldier in Sri Lanka.
(Journalist, Editor, Teacher
Media Consultant and Coach)
Challenges of adopting children from India.
Chadar Trek (100 miles trek, Leh in Indian Himalayas).
The Caravan Magazine)
Industrial Pollution in India.
Scars of War: Kashmir's Trauma Crisis.
Caste and Aid in India: How Aid Can Contribute to Inequality.
The National Geographic Magazine)
After the tsunami: The Nets of Nagapattinam.
Red Tape Recovery.
(Deputy Managing Director
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