About Anubha Bhonsle

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Anubha Bhonsle is an award-winning journalist and author. She has a body of work reporting on politics, conflict and gender. Her award-winning shows, documentaries and pieces have appeared on CNN-News18 (formerly called CNN-IBN), NDTV, The New York Times, Wilson Centre and Women Under Siege. Her book of reportage, “Mother, Where’s My Country?” traces the life in Manipur under the shadow of the gun. As a Fulbright Humphrey Fellow and a 2017-18 ICFJ Knight Fellow, she helped newsrooms amplify coverage of Gender and development issues and helped set up #GenderAnd at Indian Express and #Grit at The Wire.
370 has strong emotional overtones
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370 has strong emotional overtones. People used the words status, privilege, trust, humiliation, trickery, confusion to describe how they felt about the Art and the Aug 5 move. My despatch from earlier in the week (filed now) pic.twitter.com/HEHXcveUMc — Anubha Bhonsle (@anubhabhonsle) August 16,... Read more...