Thursday, 19 April, 2018

Talha Ashraf

Talha Ashraf
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Talha Ashraf works as Journalist at ThePrint. He recently graduated from the Young India Fellowship at Ashoka University. Talha did his undergraduate studies in economics from Hans Raj College, Delhi. His interests include politics, urban governance, psephology, and Marxist economics. He can be reached at: talha.ashraf@theprint.in Find him on Twitter: @talha_ashraff
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