Sunday, January 29, 2023

Jyoti Yadav

Jyoti Yadav
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Jyoti Yadav is a Principal Correspondent with ThePrint. She writes features on gender crimes, youth, unemployment, rural and small-town India. Over the last four years, she has travelled extensively in India to cover the aftermaths of the migrant exodus, healthcare infrastructure, mass cremations in second Covid wave, gender representation in lower judiciary and decades-old gang rapes, etc. She has been awarded the UN Laadli Media award thrice for her gender sensitive reporting. She was also one of the finalists at the Young Thomson Foundation Award 2022. Born and raised in a Haryana village, she did her graduation and post-graduation from Delhi University. She can be reached at jyoti.yadav@theprint.in. Follow her on Twitter @jyotiyadaav

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Pakistani rupee sees highest 1-day fall in 20 years

Pakistan’s plight isn’t solely because its elite are corrupt. Their values...

Stop blaming the world for Pakistan’s problems. You cannot hate the West and also supplicate it for bailouts or apply for immigration. We are authors of our own misfortune.
Bhutan - People standing in queue outside ATM

RBI data reveals demonetisation was the epitome of whimsical, illogical policymaking

The government wanted demonetisation to combat three problems. None of them seem to have been solved. 

Defence

Sepoy CHandan Yadav's family and neighbours gathered outside his house at Gyanpur village in Bihar | By special arrangement

‘You get nervous easily’ — what Bihar sepoy killed in Ladakh...

Sepoy Chandan Yadav of Bhojpur, Bihar, was all of 22. When border tensions made him nervous, he relied on his Armymen brothers for advice.

Return of the Muslim: From Modi ‘sermon’ to Pathaan to Bharat...

Most key Hindutva/RSS objectives have been achieved, and Modi & BJP now need social calm, at least till summer of 2024. A de-escalation of some sort is on.