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Rishabh Raj Jain

Multi-Format Journalist at Associated Press

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Digging deep and representing people at the bottom of the pyramid is what I aim to do with my work. Dedicated to a narrative style of journalism that is comprehensive, multi-platform and asks the tough questions.

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Video and TV Stories

Associated Press
04/26/2019
Colombo unusually quiet after Easter attacks

The Sri Lankan capital is reeling after Easter Sunday bomb attacks rocked the island nation and put the usually bustling capital Colombo in a state of fear.

Associated Press
10/09/2016
Office by day nightclub by night - the new shape of workspaces in India

India is emerging as one of the biggest markets in the world for tech-based startups, and workspaces are transforming from traditional and hierarchical, to relaxed and bar-like.

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(HZ) India Pokemon | AP Archive

"I started off with Bulbasaur, but slowly, in different locations I ended up finding Squirtle and Charmander. And then Pikachu hatched in an egg. So nothing better for me. I got all the starters then I changed my motive to like I want to increase their combat power as well.

Stories in print

Washington Post
Battle for India's new citizenship law moves to top court

NEW DELHI - India's top court on Wednesday began hearing dozens of petitions seeking the revocation of amendments to the citizenship law following nationwide protests and a security crackdown that led to more than 20 deaths.

AP NEWS
10/10/2018
Rohingya teen dreams of higher ed from squalid refugee camp

KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh (AP) - At an age when many young Rohingya women have children, Rahima Akter has other plans. From the refugee camp in southern Bangladesh where she was born, Akter, a 19-year-old with a confident smile who goes by the name Khushi, says she aspires to become the most educated Rohingya woman in the world.

AP NEWS
12/04/2016
In remote Indian village, cannabis is its only livelihood

MALANA, India (AP) - For hundreds of years, the tiny village was just a speck lost amid the grandiose mountains of the Indian Himalayas. Nestled at 2,700 meters (8,859 feet) between the higher reaches of the lush Kullu Valley, Malana used to be a four-day hike from the nearest road.

AP NEWS
07/07/2017
When study abroad ends in death, US parents find few answers

NEW DELHI (AP) - Nearly six years after her son slipped and fell around 100 meters (yards) into a raging mountain river in India, never to be seen again, Elizabeth Brenner is still wondering how such an accident could have happened.

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