Selected Writing

I've been a beat science and technology correspondent, a book critic, a media blogger and a business writer. Here's where I link selected journalism. For my work as a memoirist and fiction writer, go here.

 
 
 Ruee Gawarikar's  Goddess of Visas,  from "What It's Like to Live Life Working in the US on a Visa." Smithsonian.com

Ruee Gawarikar's Goddess of Visas, from "What It's Like to Live Life Working in the US on a Visa." Smithsonian.com

Science, Technology, Business and Globalization Features

 
 A scanning electron micrograph of TB-causing Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria. Credit: NIAID. reative commons license

A scanning electron micrograph of TB-causing Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria. Credit: NIAID. reative commons license

Exclusive Spot News (Science and Technology)

  • A new report says Indian scientists are the most fraudulent in the world. Hindustan Times.
  • Five Indian firms are under investigation by the United Nations for possible irregularities in carbon credit trading. Hindustan Times.
  • Indian regulators to adopt a regulation that all new nuclear power plans built in the country must be able to withstand a terrorist attack. Hindustan Times.
  • Indian scientists unravel the deadly TB bacterium. Hindustan Times.
  • Scientific funding should be free from bureaucratic hassleHindustan Times.
  • Indian cities to get radiation sensors after deadly leak. Hindustan Times.
  • Prominent Indian-American scientist says he was penalized by officials for blowing the whistle on Indian government inefficiency. Hindustan Times.
  • Regulatory board to oversee new nanotechnology products. Hindustan Times.
 
 Photo credit Anika Gupta. From "The Holy City of Varanasi". In  Smithsonian.com.

Photo credit Anika Gupta. From "The Holy City of Varanasi". In Smithsonian.com.

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