Arushi Chaudhary

Writer covering Trade and Policy

Education: Masters in Mass Communication and Journalism, Panjab University Arushi Chaudhary is a freelance journalist with 5 years of experience in print publications such as the Pune Mirror and Hindustan Times, and another 6 years of freelance writing for digital platforms and print publications - The Tribune, BR International magazine, Sum Up, Make My Trip, Killer Features, The Money Times, Senhora, and Home Review, to name a few. She is a newshound with a special interest in politics, both domestic and on the world stage.

Do COVID-19 Vaccines Protect Against the Delta Variant?

The highly infectious Delta variant of the novel coronavirus is triggering a surge of COVID-19 cases across the world, resulting in a fresh spate of restrictions being imposed extensively across the European Union as well as other countries. Infections have…

Mountain Town In Canada Is Scorched, Climate Change To Blame

At 49.6 C, This Small Canadian Town Is Simmering Like Never Before, Experts Point To Climate Change. Think of Canada, and you picture snow-covered sidewalks, clear streams of freezing snow water and a thick cover of towering greens. With average summer…

At 49.6 C, This Small Canadian Town Is Simmering Like Never Before, Experts Point To Climate Change

Think of Canada, and you picture snow-covered sidewalks, clear streams of freezing snow water and a thick cover of towering greens. With average summer temperatures in the range of low 20 degrees, what Canadian consider a breezy summer day is…

US Saw First Coronavirus Infections Weeks Before States Reported Cases

Deepening the mystery around the timeline and origin of the novel coronavirus outbreak, a new study published in the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal indicates that the people in at least five states in the US were infected with the virus…

‘Never Seen Before’ Brain Disease Grips Canadian Province, Stumps Doctors

In a small Canadian province of New Brunswick, 48 people have so far presented with abaffling mix of serious symptoms, ranging from impaired motor function to insomnia,hallucinations and memory loss. After a battery of tests and diagnostics performed on these…

Trading in Crypto: Investment or Gambling?

For a better part of the first decade of their existence, cryptocurrencies enjoyed limitedattention from a rather exclusive pool of patrons. Then, sometime around 2017, cryptos –Bitcoin in particular – started making headlines with their steadily bullish ride at the…

Covid-19 Pandemic Has Left 97 Percent Indians Poorer: CMIE

Nearly 55% Indians categorically stated that they were worse off than they were a year ago.

Trump In Thick Soup With NY Grand Jury, Cries Witch Hunt. Former Employees Say ‘About Time’

This probe into the criminal charges is no longer just about Trump, its scope seems to have expanded.

The Epic Battle Against Apple: How One Court Case Can Change The iPhone Forever

Even if Epic doesn’t score on all counts in this lawsuit, it will most likely succeed in shaking up the status quo for Apple.

3,954,934 COVID Deaths Left Out Due To Underreporting Globally

Downplaying the death toll, either by design or due to pure lack of means to assess the real extent of fatalities, can have a direct bearing on a country’s pandemic response and policy.