Diya Ghosh

Reporter covering Sociopolitical And Cultural News

Education: Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies | Diya Ghosh covers stories around the latest entertainment happenings in the US. She writes extensively on OTT Platform productions, docu-series and historical biopics. Prior to DKODING Media Inc., she has worked for The Statesman (2016) and MediaNama (2017). Diya has also worked with the Government of NCT of Delhi as a researcher in 2019. She also has experience of working in the not-for-profit sector.

Netflix’s Oxygen Hits Too Close To Home In The Covid-19 Times

The film begins with a figure tearing out of bandages gasping for breath. Instantly, you start feeling tight around the chest. It’s uncomfortable and painful too.

Millennials Have Commitment Issues But Who Can Blame Them

Yes, but not for long is the millennial tagline. Millennials keep quitting their jobs but the reason is not the Gumball machines or the Ping-Pong table.

Is Donald Trump Doing Fine?

Not very long ago, news was filled with Trump headlines. But now the good old days of the United States president getting banned from Twitter are gone. So, what is Trump up to in his post-presidency days?

The Gorgeous Monarch Butterflies Are One Spring Away From Extinction

From millions a decade ago to possibly none in the coming decade. A massive dip in Western Monarch Butterflies’ population raises fear of yet another species going down at the hands of Climate Change.

How Netflix’s The Crown Influenced The Harry-Meghan Interview

Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview has blown up the internet, the news and possibly the future of the British Royal Family. The general public’s interest in the family has increased since the beginning of Netflix’s hit series The Crown. So, how did The Crown act as the perfect setup for the interview and what does it hold for the future.

Why The Millennials vs Gen Z War Is Unhealthy For Planet Earth

The Millennials and the Gen Z aren’t agreeing on anything anymore, politics, pop culture, protests, emojis. And they are not agreeing to disagree about it, it’s a war.

Climate Change: Why Global Warming Feels More Like An Ice Age

When the biggest global concern with Climate Change is the gradual warming of Earth’s surface, why are winters getting colder every year and freezing thousands to death?

Russia’s TikTok Generation Is Giving Putin Revolution Nightmares

TikTok, the video streaming social media giant popular for its catchy trends, has also become the new language of dissent and protest across the world. Right now, Putin is bearing the brunt of the power of TikTok and its potential as a political tool.

China Is Cracking Down On Jack Ma Because He Cracked Its Financial Code

Jack Ma reemerges after a hibernation of three months; struggles to find footing again. With regulators on the driver seat of the Chinese banking system there lies a tough path ahead for Ma’s Ant Group.

Biden Faces A Trail Of Challenges With Trump’s Space Force

The incumbent Joe Biden has a pile of challenges to address and Space happens to be burning of them all, with the uncertainty of the US Space Force gaining traction under the Biden Administration.