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Remya Nair

Remya Nair
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Remya Nair works as a Senior Associate Editor with ThePrint writing on political economy. She has a post-graduate degree in Economics from Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics. Remya has over ten years of experience as a journalist covering the economy and financial sector across the two cities of Mumbai and Delhi. She has previously worked with two business newspapers, BusinessLine and Mint, where she wrote extensively on government's economic policies, the central bank and macroeconomic data sets.

On Camera

Haider to Shikara: Why Kashmiri Pandits are done being homeless and voiceless

A new generation in Kashmir has grown up in the long shadow of Pandits' exodus in 1990. And both Muslims and Hindus have gained memories from a generation that is slowly losing them.

Should Delhi’s Republic Day parade be held in a state capital every year?

As India celebrates its 71st Republic Day of the Constitution coming into force, many ask if this extravagant display in New Delhi is really necessary in the 21st century.

Defence

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Pilots of IAF chopper shot down in friendly fire in Budgam awarded gallantry medals

Four other IAF personnel on board the chopper have been awarded ‘Mention-in-Despatches’ posthumously by the President.

The world has a message for Modi: Brand India is severely damaged

India’s image — and by extension Modi’s — has been damaged by a combination of identity politics and economic decline. But the world isn’t writing us off, not yet.