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Nibedita S.

Kolkata, West Bengal, India6 reviews

$200 - $500 / Day

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Top Services

  • On-Air Reporter / Host

    5 reviews
  • Reporter / Journalist

    1 review

Equipment

Video

  • GoPro or equivalent

About Nibedita

Nibedita Sen is an independent researcher, journalist and author. In 2018, chosen as a Defence correspondent by Govt of India. Being twice (2018,2019) felicitated with the 'Best Journalist Award' by Govt of Goa. Besides Kolkata, she has a good three years experience with a regional newspaper in Goa. So far, she's contributed in The Telegraph, Alt News, Down to Earth,TRT Global and other news portals.

Top Projects

  • Coronavirus pandemic panic in India

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    According to ICMR guidelines, unless and until the fever holds on for four days there will be no testing of coronavirus. Even the hotspots are not having door-to-door testing. In Dharavi, Mumbai, the first case was reported on 1 April, more than 2,000 infections and 80-odd deaths have been reported here. Half of the cases have recovered.

    TRT World News

    Produced for TRT World News on Storyhunter

    June 2020

  • Cyclone Yass turned up into deep depression

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    According to the meteorological office, a low pressure has formed in and around the east-central Bay of Bengal. This will condense and create depression which can later turn into deep depression and cyclones.

    TRT World News

    Produced for TRT World News on Storyhunter

    May 2021

  • Cyclone Yaas, 10G

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    Barely a week after Cyclone Tautae ravaged India's western coast, a very severe cyclone Yaas has now hit Bengal. The cyclone has hit Paradip in Odissa and Sagar Island today 26 may around noon. The windspeed is 155-165 kmph gusting up to 180kmph. Indian coast guards are closely monitoring the situation. In May 2020, Amphan, a category 5 storm had wreked havoc in west bengal, osissa and bangladesh. Last time during Amphan there were loss of infrastructures but no lives were lost in Bengal. In the same way this time Administration is prepared well in advance, NDRF team is deployed, civil defence are patrolling. IAF and Navy are on stand by.

    TRT World News

    Produced for TRT World News on Storyhunter

    May 2021

  • Live at 12G, 20.5. 2020. on Cyclone Amphan

    • Reporter / Journalist

    The storm comes as India and Bangladesh struggle to bring local coronavirus outbreaks under control.In India, by Wednesday morning, more than 430,000 people had been evacuated in the states of Odisha and West Bengal states, according to India's National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF). In West Bengal cyclone shelters can normally house 500,000 people, according to the NDRF, but because of social distancing rules, that number had been reduced by more than half to just 200,000.

    TRT World News

    Produced for TRT World News on Storyhunter

    May 2020

  • 10G Skype live with Nibedita Sen on India / Maoist Rebels, April 4, 2021

    • On-Air Reporter / Host

    Ground report on a conflict between Maoist rebels and the Indian government. 400 Maoists had ambushed in Chattisgarh. At least 22 personnel have lost their lives and 31 injured.

    TRT World News

    Produced for TRT World News on Storyhunter

    April 2021

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  • Translator

Production Support

  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
  • Audio Storyteller
  • On-Air Reporter / Host
  • Documentary DP
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist
  • Reporter / Journalist

Nibedita's Clients

  • TRT World News

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