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Ruhi Tewari

Ruhi Tewari
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Ruhi Tewari is working as an Associate Editor for ThePrint. She is an economics graduate from Hindu College, Delhi University with a post-graduate diploma in Journalism from the Asian College of Journalism. She began her career in 2007 and worked with the Indian Express and Mint. Her areas of specialisation include politics - particularly the Congress and Left parties, and policy spheres like rural affairs, Aadhaar and other welfare mechanisms of the government. Ruhi has worked in Kathmandu for a year, writing a weekly column for English daily Republica as well as working as a research analyst with various organisations. She has also edited a book on Nepal - The Landscape of Madhes: Politics, Society & Economy of the Plains - as well as written a chapter in it. Besides her writing, Ruhi is actively pursuing multimedia journalism by producing videos on a daily basis. She can be reached at: ruhi.tewari@theprint.in Follow her on Twitter @RuhiTewari

OnCamera

An army soldier guards near the site of suicide bomb attack at Lathepora Awantipora in Pulwama

Here are Pakistan’s new strategies behind the Pulwama terror attack

Pulwama suicide attack, use of a Kashmiri attacker, and a pre-attack video is an attempt by Pakistan to reassert its equities over Kashmir dispute.
most favored nation

Revoking Pakistan’s MFN status: Proportionate reply or Modi exploring diplomatic steps first?

A day after the horrific attack in Kashmir’s Pulwama that killed at least 37 CRPF personnel, Narendra Modi government withdrew ‘Most Favoured Nation’ status for Pakistan, in place since 1996.

Defence

An army soldier guards near the site of suicide bomb attack at Lathepora Awantipora in Pulwama

Pulwama attack raises questions on Kashmir’s intelligence and security structure

Attack on CRPF convoy required getting explosives, rigging the vehicle and training. How did multiple security agencies in J&K fail to pick up on this?
A Rafale fighter jet, manufactured by Dassault Aviation | Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Modi’s BJP is sliding down the Rafale slope. It must stop outraging and come clean

All the Modi govt needed to do was come clean on Rafale – ‘We dismissed bureaucratic objections as we wanted deal done quickly for IAF’.