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Nida Najar

Trip:
Religion Fellows 2013
Affiliation:
Freelance
Country:
India
Year:
2013

Nida Najar is a freelance journalist based in New Delhi. She has produced stories from India for The New York Times and its first country-specific site, India Ink. She has written on HIV/AIDS in the country’s remote Northeast, on factional violence in Kashmir, on the country’s complex higher education landscape and on a group of aging desert musicians in Rajasthan. Her work has also appeared in The International Herald Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor and Caravan Magazine. She received a Masters degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in New York and a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Brown University in Providence.

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