Pritika Ghura

Pritika Ghura

Writer covering politics, business, lifestyle and entertainment

Education: B.A. in Political Science from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University, PGD in Journalism from Times School of Media at Bennett University. | Pritika started her career with the Times of India group and has worked as a journalist with leading media brands of the country NDTV, Hindustan Times and MSN. Besides working as a journalist, she has also worked as a copywriter and a digital marketer.

Out-Of-The-Box Techniques And Trusted Tools To Keep Office Camaraderie Alive From Home

Working from home has changed the dynamics of office friendship with many professionals missing the personal touch as well as workplace camaraderie.

Puppets, Know-it-alls And Narcissists: Why So Many Employees Are Lost To Bad Management

Ever wondered why so many people leave their jobs, despite working for a big brand, earning a handsome salary and developing their career profile? The answers may surprise you.

5 Guiding Principles To Improve Your Startup’s Odds Of Success

Driven by an ethos of self-reliance, rugged individualism, and the merits of a winning idea, you have committed to becoming an entrepreneur. It is a daunting proposition, and the specter of failure looms at every turn.

7 Types Of Toxic People At Work And How To Deal With Them

While some colleagues will motivate you and bring out the best in you, others can be negative, exhausting, and downright toxic. Here are 7 types of toxic people

Lost Your Job? Now You Can Earn MONEY From The Comfort Of Your Home

If you have lost your job and regular source of income, there is no need to despair. It is time to wear your creative cap and explore other ways to earn money…

Its Time To Dispel The Myth Of The Rich And Successful Silicon Valley Wunderkind

This analysis will dispel the myth of the very rich and successful Silicon Valley wunderkind. Let’s find out…

India’s Healthcare System Prides Itself On Medical Tourism But Remains Inaccessible To Most

Although there has been a significant improvement in healthcare services in India post-independence era, there is still a long way to go before India can provide affordable and timely health services to all its citizens.

Which Jobs Are Durable Enough To Endure This Crisis, And The Next?

With the economy in flux and the job market intensely bleak, young professionals should understand current and future recruitment trends and train for jobs that provide stability and flexibility.

India’s COVID-19 Response Is Incomplete Without A Re-evaluation Of The Healthcare Ecosystem

The COVID-19 outbreak has made us realise the importance of a robust healthcare system that is ready to deal with any health crisis. It is time to understand the healthcare system in India, challenges it face and ways to make it accessible for everyone…

COVID-19 Changes The Hiring Process: Best Recruitment Practices For HRs

With COVID-19 pandemic taking a toll on the economy, the job market looks depressing. Businesses are facing huge losses, stock markets are crashing and companies are finding hard to sustain.