Shreyasi Jha

Shreyasi is a senior sub-editor with indianexpress.com

Articles By Shreyasi Jha

Life lessons from Vajpayee, thanks to a dad who idolised him

Atal Bihari Vajpayee's speech at Gol market in Delhi in 1977 was a huge influence on my father, who had come to Delhi from Bihar’s Muzaffarpur, and it formed a big part of the life lessons he imparted to his children.

Paresh Rawal: ‘Earth will dance’ if Rahul Gandhi speaks for 15 minutes without reading, fumbling today

Rahul Gandhi had in December 2016 called demonetisation of Rs 500 and 1,000 notes the biggest scam in India’s history and had insisted that “an earthquake” will occur if he was allowed to speak on the issue in Parliament.

Delhi Chief Minister vs L-G: A timeline of the tussle since Kejriwal took office

The tussle between the Delhi CM and the L-G had started after Kejriwal took office for the second time in 2015. Najeeb Jung was the Lieutenant-Governor of Delhi then. After Jung resigned, Anil Baijal took over but the power struggle continues.

Akhilendra Mishra: Small films suffer mostly due to monopoly in release dates

Akhilendra Mishra will be seen playing a key role in Jhalki - Ek Aur Bachpan which will hit screens soon. Boman Irani is playing the role of Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi in this Brahmanand Singh directorial. The other two films are Kashi - In search of Ganga and Lohardaga.

Ravi Kishan collaborates with Ratchanont Suprakob for an Indo-Thai film

Actor Ravi Kishan is all set to make his international debut as a producer and actor with an Indo-Thai film. He will be collaborating with Thai actor Ratchanont Suprakob. The film will be made in Hindi primarily, and will later be dubbed in Thai.

Rajpal Yadav: People rush to typecast me as a comedian, I pity them

Rajpal Yadav, 46, is now playing a role in Barefoot Warrior, an Indo-American film based on the true story of India's first football team in 1948 London Olympics and 1950 Football World Cup.

It is only the new directors who explored me: Sanjay Mishra

Having acted in Hindi sitcom Office Office and comedy films including Golmaal series and All the Best, Sanjay Mishra proved his mettle in Rajat Kapoor directorial Aankhon Dekhi. The seasoned actor admits that the film has proved to be a game changer for him.

Lunar eclipse 2018: See stunning Super Blue Blood moon photos from across India

Total lunar eclipse, super blue blood Moon: NASA is streaming the lunar eclipse and it's the first time in 35 years a blue moon has synced up with a supermoon and a total lunar eclipse. There hasn't been a triple lineup like this since 1982 and the next won't occur until 2037.

Kasganj violence: MHA seeks report from UP govt; CM Adityanath says won’t spare those spreading anarchy

Kasganj Violence: Yogi Adityanath's statement comes a day after Governor Ram Naik described the violence as a “matter of shame” and a “blot” on Uttar Pradesh.

Mukkabaaz actor Rajesh Tailang: Godfathers may help, but one can’t survive without talent in Bollywood

Giving credit to Anurag Kashyap for his role in Mukkabaaz, Rajesh Tailang said the director is known for bringing fresh faces to the mainstream cinema. Mukkabaaz released on January 12 and also stars Vineet Kumar Singh.

Mukkabaaz actor Ravi Kishan: I am a big fan of Anurag Kashyap’s films

After working in Mukkabaaz under the direction of Anurag Kashyap, Ravi Kishan says that the actor and director duo will be working together in a lot number of films in future.

In 2017, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal became sober. On Social media

Mud-slinging is not a solution to any of the problems, Arvind Kejriwal must have realised. With almost two years of his tenure left, Kejriwal & co. must stick to their single-minded approach to development.

Jharkhand: NUSRL students stall protests after appointment of acting vice-chancellor

The students were demanding immediate removal of Vice-Chancellor BC Nirmal and Acting Assistant Registrar from their posts owing to gross negligence, mismanagement and allegation of corruption.

Patna DM revives school inspector model, but with focus on student interactions

While this might seem a lot like the old school inspector model, the idea here is to interact with students and not the teachers.

All of 22, this communication student now prepares for high-altitude marathon

Saachi Soni has signed up to run the gruelling 111 km La Ultra race in Leh in August.

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