Saturday, 18 November, 2017

Apurva Vishwanath

Apurva Vishwanath
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Apurva Vishwanath works as a Special Correspondent for ThePrint She is a lawyer by training. She has a double degree in law and sociology from National Law University, Lucknow. Her specialisations include Law, Economic crimes, and legislative processes. She is interested in gender, judiciary, scam trials in courts. She can be reached at: [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @apurva_hv
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