Chitresh Sehgal

Editor managing Politics, Business, & Sports News

Education: B.A. Political Science, University of Delhi | Chitresh Sehgal is the Chief News Editor at DKODING Media. He was a Senior Editor with Enterprise IT World Magazine and SME Channels Magazine from 2016 to 2019. Before that, he has worked as the Content Head at brand consultancy firm Blue Pigeon Image Management. He was also one of the founders of the travel blog Backpack.vacations as well as social media management company Think Ashram. Chitresh is also a trained aircraft pilot on single and multi-engine aircraft. His areas of interest include world economics, policy-making, citizen rights, labour reforms, and frontier tech.

Al-Qaeda Still Alive, Spotlight Back On Wuhan Lab, Biden’s Floyd Promise — The World This Week

Al-Qaeda Still Alive, Spotlight on Wuhan Lab, Biden’s Floyd Delusion — The World This Week

Bernard Arnault Overtakes Jeff Bezos As World’s Richest Man Yet Again

In a see-saw battle at the top, Arnault ended the day at $191.9 billion, with $4.8 billion more than Bezos.

Gaza Aftermath, Congo’s Volcanic Skies, 20 Hollywood Blockbusters In 60 Days — The World This Week

Australian targets only keeping the “good mouse”, India battles Black Fungus epidemic on top of the Covid-19 pandemic, Tesla accused as the “Invisible Killer” in China – the top developing news stories from around the world this week.

Biden’s Economic Blues, Schrodinger’s Cat On Mars & Snyder’s Zombies On Netflix — The World This Week

From Covid-19 outdoing Southeast Asia’s A-grade response to Meghan and Harry’s latest jibe at Queen Elizabeth –– the top developing news stories from around world this week.

NYC’s Sex Fest, China’s Out-Of-Control Rocket & Jerusalem’s Unrest — The World This Week

From the subcontinent’s Covid chaos and Africa’s fears to Europe’s football upheaval and America going wild with sex fests – 7 top developing news stories from around world, traveling from the last week into this.

“Grab & Run” — What’s Causing India’s Tragic Oxygen Shortage

At more than 7,000 tonnes a day, the country is producing enough oxygen to meet the treatment needs of severely ill Indians. Yet Covid-19 has broken across class barriers – forcing Indians to beg, borrow or steal a few oxygen cylinders to save a loved one gasping for breath, dying an unfair death.

Grammys 2021: Top 10 Show Stopping Moments From Awards Night Highlight Reel

It might have been a product of necessity, but Grammys 2021 was a new invention for awards nights – so jaw-dropping, eye-popping, gripping and engrossing was the entire affair.

What Makes Billionaires Invest In News Media Companies

Historically, the wealthiest in the society aspire to own Media Houses – for 1) Access, 2) Influence, and 3) Thought Control. But there are new motivations spurring media acquisition by billionaires in the 21st Century.

Passion Over Profit: India’s Millennial Education Man Bharat Gupta

A Story of Fate & Fortitude – Bharat Gupta is an unconventional educationist with a uncompromising legacy to fulfill – to redefine quality education as birthright of the masses.

669 & 996 Mantra: The Missing Jack Ma Urged Couples To Have ‘SEX’ 6 Times In 6 Days

Billionaire Jack Ma is carefully changing his image from a vibrant entrepreneur to an explicit life coach.