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Friday, September 17, 2021

Aashi Sadana


Aashi Sadana is a Sub-Editor at

Explained: In proposed return of supersonic flying, the benefits and concerns
Mon, Jun 14, 2021

If the deal gets through, the new supersonic “Overture” aircraft will become the world’s fastest commercial airliner, reducing travel time by about half of today’s planes.

From oxygen to emotional support, how NGOs are breathing life into India’s Covid fight
Thu, May 13, 2021

As cases continue to rise, more and more people are banking on the NGOs to provide them assistance. From non-stop SOS calls to ambulance services, the need for critical care has risen exponentially.

Brexit’s impact on studying or working in the UK: An expert answers all your questions
Fri, Feb 05, 2021

UK Government has demonstrated an urgency to implement the changes by launching a new student route in October 2020 and a skilled worker route from 1 December 2020.

From politics to science, the women trailblazers of 2020
Thu, Dec 31, 2020

From women leaders’ meticulous handling of Covid-19 in their countries, to legal wins for women rights and to some surprising firsts, we look at some of the defining moments for women this year.

Staunch beliefs, conflicting priorities: Meet the American desis rallying for Biden, Trump
Tue, Nov 03, 2020

With less than 24 hours to go for the US’ election day, the Indian American voter community is as divided as the rest of the United States.

Explained: Why Australia-China ties have gone down under
Tue, Dec 01, 2020

China’s rising presence in the Indo-Pacific region despite the pandemic has only added to this distrust. But despite the economic cost, Australia has made one thing clear: it will stand for its “values” and not be “intimidated.”

Bring your own pens, no hand shakes: How countries went to polls in the ‘new normal’
Mon, Aug 17, 2020

Globally, elections have been postponed in at least 55 countries and territories between February and May, 2020. Even in cases where the elections were held, the dates had to be changed multiple times.

Coronavirus pandemic in Brazil is many tragedies at play
Tue, May 26, 2020

Brazil Coronavirus: The country’s economic minister, Paulo Guedes, said Brazil could face severe economic consequences like production seizing up and food shortages within a month’s time due to the pandemic.

Coronavirus pandemic: How food delivery services are coping up with the new challenge
Tue, Mar 24, 2020

Coronavirus has impacted almost every industry including home delivery services. We take a look at what Zomato, Swiggy and other food delivery services are doing to fight against coronavirus pandemic.

At Mustafabad relief camp, picking up pieces after Delhi violence
Fri, Mar 13, 2020

A week on, the relief camp has evolved from a chaotic space to a more organised one where medical services, a legal cell and a kitchen are in place. Donations in all forms are also trickling in.

Outside AAP office: ‘The Indian flag and Delhi’s wisdom won today’
Tue, Feb 11, 2020

While raising slogans like “Indian Democracy Zindabad” and “Gaya CAA aur NRC”, a group of supporters said this election was a referendum on the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Aiming 175GW for 2022: India kicks off largest renewable energy expansion programme
Wed, Jan 22, 2020

Apart from launching the largest renewable energy expansion programme in the world, India received about 3.2 billion US dollars from FDI in the sector.

At Delhi’s Supreme Court Museum, relive the subcontinent’s legal history
Fri, Feb 07, 2020

The museum has a display of over 1,500 items, incorporating case files and documents of the Indira Gandhi assassination documents, Mahatma Gandhi assassination case, and the Shah Bano case, to name a few. Add to these, accessories like wigs and gowns of judges, court furniture, mementoes, and paintings.

Meet the mini cultural ambassadors at Shankar’s International Dolls Museum
Fri, Feb 07, 2020

“When dignitaries from different countries visited our museum, they wanted their culture and dolls represented and, therefore, most dolls are gifts by former first ladies, ambassadors and queens,” an official at the Delhi's Doll Museum said.

National Crafts Museum: Away from Delhi’s chaos, history in all its glory
Fri, Feb 07, 2020

One of the hidden gems of Delhi, National Crafts Museum stands out for its collection of rich handicrafts, textiles, sculptures and large village abodes.