In my career spanning almost 25 years, I have worked for TV news channels and agencies. I am associated with NDTV since 2003 and my present designation is Foreign Affairs Editor. My nature of job is to report from locations around the world and to analyze it when needed. I also cover politics and Indian Parliament.
As one of the pioneers of Mobile Journalism (MoJo) across the competitive and vibrant media sphere in India, I have been a trend setter using new age technology in the last three years to provide an edge to Team NDTV in its coverage of important developments. I have managed to pull exclusive interviews of top leaders in the country and report from ground zero during natural disasters using the selfie stick technique.
I am doing mobile journalism for last many years. My Bihar flood report of 2017 got me nominated as one of the four finalists in mojofest 2018, Galway, Ireland. I was bestowed 2nd position.
Last year I was invited as a speaker in the mojofest where I got huge appreciation for my work as mobile journalist.
I got invited as a speaker in first South Asia Mojo Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, this year. Apart from scheduled session, I was honoured to share my mojo experience in a special session moderated by Thailand’s ace journalist Suthichai who is pioneer of digital journalism in East Asia.
UK’s website journalism.co.uk did a video interview of mine in which I described my MoJo experiences.