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Ananya Bhardwaj

Ananya Bhardwaj
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Ananya Bhardwaj works as a Senior Assistant Editor for ThePrint. She writes on crime, law and order, terrorism, internal security and policing in Delhi and has travelled extensively to report on gender issues and social welfare, churning out series of investigative and human interest stories. She has also independently anchored and shot many video projects. Ananya pursued Political Science (hons) from Jesus and Mary college, Delhi university, soon after which she joined the Express Institute of Media studies for her postgraduate diploma in journalism. She has also done a theatre appreciation course at National school of drama and several workshops with National Gallery of Modern Arts. She can be reached at: ananya.bhardwaj@theprint.in Follow her on Twitter @BhardwajAnanya

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On Camera

The casket of assassinated nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh being carried | @ImamRezaEN | Twitter

Israel’s sabotage hasn’t destroyed Iran’s nuclear programme, but has set it back

Israel may agree not to launch any strikes for a time, but it won’t give up the capability to strike unless Iran agrees to abandon the aspects of its nuclear programme.
Representational image | Pixabay

Airbnb aims for about $35 billion value in long-awaited IPO

The company is currently planning to price its IPO on 9 December. Ahead of it, the home-rental platform and some shareholders are offering 51.9 million shares at $44-$50 apiece.

Defence

Hamad Salem Al Ameri, CEO of Caracal | By special arrangement

UAE firm Caracal to bring small arms portfolio under Make in India, looks to salvage Army deal

UAE firm Caracal says it is counting on bilateral ties to expand its business and export India-made rifles and parts and not just supply to the domestic market.

Shambles over farmers’ protest shows Modi-Shah BJP needs a Punjab tutorial

Modi-Shah BJP has tended to patronise Punjab & Sikhs, instead of being a respectful partner. Its strategy to tackle protests farm laws crisis has given Sikhs the good fight they love.