Thursday, 19 April, 2018

Himani Chandna

Himani Chandna
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Himani Chandna is a Special Correspondent at The Print. She has been working as a Business Journalist for over eight years covering healthcare, pharmaceuticals, renewable energy, the job market and FMCG. She has previously worked in Hindustan Times, BW Businessworld and The Indian Express. A graduate in Economics, she completed her PG diploma in journalism from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi. Himani loves long drives to mountains and writing poetry.
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