About me

I am a Mumbai-based business journalist. 


I am constructively critical of myself, my life and what I do. I am always looking for the next big step in my life so I can be better than what I was yesterday. Granted, I hit multiple roadblocks along the way. Do they get best out of me? Sometimes. But I still keep trying. 


Currently, I am working as a business journalist for Cogencis Information Services—a real-time financial newswire. I write about capital markets, government finances, regulators and financial institutions. 


I received a Postgraduate Diploma in Print Journalism from the Indian Institute of Journalism & New Media and a B.A. in Economics from Fergusson College.


I have been reporting since I was 17, and I have worked with multiple Marathi and English newspapers and magazine. 


I constantly seek opportunities that allow me to do what I love, which is reporting, writing, researching and interviewing people. 


I have a deep drive to study and write about sustainable development, responsible investing and impact investment. I believe that sustainable development is possible. These issues matter to me, and the people I speak to and this planet do, too.


In my free time, I enjoy watching US political shows and crime thrillers, reading, thrifting, taking naps and overthinking. 


Also, I love elephants, often more than I do humans.

To find out more about me or to discuss a potential project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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