Kritika Narula

Journalist | Communications Consultant

Location icon India

I am a research and media professional working with publications, brands and businesses keen to grow in the digital sphere. I have worked with organisations across India, the UK and the US in the past 5 years.
I often sit at the intersection of digital media, education, memes, social justice, culture, mental health and then I write about it.

MSc Media Management from University of Glasgow.

Portfolio
SCR Tracker
Looking after children's mental health and safety during a crisis

The recent COVID-19 outbreak has presented a number of unprecedented challenges - there is the obvious threat to our physical health and wellbeing but then and there is a less obvious threat too - that of anxiety triggered by a combination of uncertainty and disruption to our routines.

SCR Tracker
05/01/2020
How can we keep students safe as their internet usage increases?

Kritika M Narula shares a comprehensive guide to effective online learning, using specific technology tools, robust planning and communication strategies, which ensures that you maintain safeguarding students your priority during difficult times. The recent outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

UnBumf
02/01/2020
True to Its Brand, BoJack Horseman Shows That Happily Ever Afters are Overrated | UnBumf

BoJack Horseman is an animated series about BoJack Horseman, the character who is a humanoid horse, a forgotten Hollywood star of the 90s, who comes from a dysfunctional family The writer's room behind the show is an eclectic bunch, which explains why fans are so keen on digging out the hidden jokes and running gags It is, by far, the most real show - it hardly ever makes a promise that reality cannot keep.

UnBumf
02/04/2020
7 Digital Trends That Have Transformed The Tech Industry In The Last Decade | UnBumf

I think a lot of us can agree that the 2010s was one of the most exponentially transformative decade in terms of human interaction with technology. It has been a remarkable decade in every respect. The technology landscape has evolved dramatically and much of it is owing to the invasion of digital channels in our everyday lives.

Spoon University
04/01/2016
How Various Food Fests in Delhi are Bringing Together the Best of All Worlds

So, what are you doing this weekend? Chances are, you'll be found at a food fest, basking in the company of food and drinks. What we've observed over the course of almost a year is an evident increase in the number of food fests being organised in the capital city - Dil walon ki Dilli.

Features and Interviews

The Mental Health Mirror
05/20/2020
Mental Health in Fiction Writing: Conversation with Author Sasha Greene

Content warning: This interview discusses writing mental health in fiction and contains some references to suicide, depression and suicidal thoughts. Happiness is an ambiguous feeling. It is thoroughly subjective, for starters. Your definition of happiness is different from mine. In fact, the meaning of happiness keeps changing with time.

Hooked to Books
05/20/2019
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

View Best Price on Amazon "There are scars on my heart, just as thick, as disfiguring as those on my face. I know they're there. I hope some undamaged tissue remains, a patch through which love can come in and flow out. I hope."

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