Thursday, 19 October, 2017

Nikhil Rampal

Nikhil Rampal
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Nikhil Rampal works as a Journalist for ThePrint. He has done his undergraduate studies in Economics from Punjab University, during which time he actively participated in student politics and debating. His areas of interest include public policy, finance, planning and development. He can be reached at: Nikhil.rampal@theprint.in Find him on Twitter: @NikhilRampal1
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