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About Rhea
I’m a freelance journalist, based in Hong Kong, and have covered a range of topics, from political unrest to public health. My work has appeared in several publications, including South China Morning Post,
Forbes.com, Hong Kong Free Press, France 24 among others.
Last year, I spent the bulk of the year covering the Hong Kong protests on the front line,
and produced several long-form stories, covering the more unheard of voices in what
was a rather fast-paced and grave news cycle. I have also reported live on-air, and
conducted regular phone-ins for news broadcasters in other countries.
I was recently recognised as one of 24 ethnic minority individuals in Hong Kong who are
qualified to advise the government on various matters.
Languages
English Hindi
Services
Interview (Video / Broadcast) News Gathering Feature Stories
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Politics Current Affairs Cultural
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Extreme heat is pushing India to the brink of ‘survivability.’ One obvious solution is also a big part of the problem

06 Jan 2024
India is facing a critical challenge as extreme heat threatens the survivability of its population. The demand for air conditioners, which provide necessary relief, is expected to rise sharply, contributing to increased carbon emissions and exacerbating the climate crisis. Despite being responsible for only 7% of global emissions, India's rapid economic growth and the need for environmental protection create a paradox. The country did not sign a pledge to cut emissions from cooling systems at the recent COP28 summit, but it is taking steps to address the issue, including a national Cooling Action Plan and a commitment to reduce power demand for cooling by 20-25% by 2038. The use of air conditioners, while essential for many, is recognized as a contributing factor to rising temperatures, highlighting the need for sustainable solutions.

India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka elections. More than a billion people will head to the polls in South Asia in 2024

31 Dec 2023
In 2024, nearly 2 billion people across Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka will participate in elections. Bangladesh's ruling Awami League, led by Sheikh Hasina, faces accusations of silencing dissent. Pakistan's political scene is turbulent with former PM Imran Khan imprisoned and Nawaz Sharif returning from exile. India's BJP, under Narendra Modi, is expected to continue its rule amid concerns over democratic erosion. Sri Lanka, recovering from an economic crisis, anticipates elections with President Ranil Wickremesinghe likely to seek re-election.

More than a billion people will head to the polls across South Asia in 2024

30 Dec 2023
In 2024, nearly 2 billion people across Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka are expected to vote in pivotal elections. Bangladesh may see Sheikh Hasina reelected amid concerns of a one-party state and silenced dissent. Pakistan's political instability continues with former PM Imran Khan jailed and unable to contest the upcoming elections. India's Narendra Modi is poised for a third term, with his BJP party facing criticism for eroding the country's secular and democratic foundations. Sri Lanka, recovering from an economic crisis, awaits elections with current President Ranil Wickremesinghe likely to run for a second term after securing an IMF loan and implementing budget reforms.

More than a billion people will head to the polls across South Asia in 2024

30 Dec 2023
In 2024, nearly 2 billion people across Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka are expected to vote in pivotal elections. Bangladesh's ruling Awami League, led by Sheikh Hasina, faces accusations of stifling opposition, while Pakistan's political scene is turbulent with former PM Imran Khan jailed. India's Narendra Modi is poised for a third term amid concerns over democratic erosion. Sri Lanka, recovering from an economic crisis, anticipates elections with President Ranil Wickremesinghe potentially seeking re-election. These elections represent a significant test for democracy in South Asia.

Top Indian wrestler quits after federation elects ally of controversial former chief

22 Dec 2023
Sakshi Malik, the only Indian woman wrestler to win an Olympic medal, announced her decision to quit wrestling in protest after the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) elected Sanjay Singh, an ally of the controversial former chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, as its new president. Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, a powerful politician from India's ruling party, faces allegations of sexually harassing female athletes. Despite being charged with assault, stalking, and sexual harassment, he has not been arrested and denies all allegations. Malik's decision follows a weekslong protest earlier this year against Singh's alleged abuse. The election of Sanjay Singh over Anita Sheoran, a female wrestler and critic of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, has reignited controversy within the sporting body.

Top Indian wrestler quits after federation elects ally of controversial former chief

21 Dec 2023
Sakshi Malik, the only Indian woman wrestler to win an Olympic medal, announced her decision to quit wrestling after the Wrestling Federation of India elected Sanjay Singh, an ally of the controversial former chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, as its new president. Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, a powerful politician from India's ruling party, faces allegations of sexually harassing female athletes and has been charged with assault, stalking, and sexual harassment. Malik, along with other top wrestlers, had previously led protests against Singh's alleged abuse. Sanjay Singh's election over Anita Sheoran, a critic of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, has reignited the controversy surrounding the federation.

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