Blog: Waiting For Vaccination, Not As A Journalist But As A Daughter

Blog: Waiting For Vaccination, Not As A Journalist But As A Daughter

Sneha Mary Koshy | Monday April 19, 2021

On Sunday, at a vaccination centre in the heart of Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, at least 500 people were already seated -- social distancing and masks in place -- long before the jabs were to start at 10 am.

Blog: At Sabarimala, They Turned Their Anger At Us, Women Journalists

Blog: At Sabarimala, They Turned Their Anger At Us, Women Journalists

Sneha Mary Koshy | Wednesday October 17, 2018

Sabarimala protest: In a situation as this, I and other women journalists get immense pride to report what is happening on the ground accurately. It is our job. There is no question of gender here.

Blog: Why Kochi Metro Has Managed To Win Hearts

Blog: Why Kochi Metro Has Managed To Win Hearts

Sneha Mary Koshy | Monday June 19, 2017

It has become not only about the latest technology which has been used or the aim of easing traffic congestion, but the metro has kept these people at its core.

Blog: Munnar's Enfield-Riding Bureaucrat Takes On Threats To Fight Corruption

Blog: Munnar's Enfield-Riding Bureaucrat Takes On Threats To Fight Corruption

Sneha Mary Koshy | Friday April 28, 2017

As Munnar struggles to preserve its environment, a 30-year-old bureaucrat has quickly emerged as the sheriff rescuing a town in danger.

Blog: Why Amit Shah Was Trolled For Vamana Jayanti Wishes On Onam

Blog: Why Amit Shah Was Trolled For Vamana Jayanti Wishes On Onam

Sneha Mary Koshy | Wednesday September 14, 2016

So when BJP chief Amit Shah greeted people on the eve of Thiruvonam - the final and most important day of Onam celebrations - for "Vamana Jayanti," he was trolled with the hashtag #PoMoneShaji, which roughly translates to "Go Away Son Shaji" - a rip-off from a blockbuster Malayalam movie starring Mohanlal.

Blog: At Thrissur Pooram, Stones, Bottles Thrown At Journalists Like Me

Blog: At Thrissur Pooram, Stones, Bottles Thrown At Journalists Like Me

Sneha Mary Koshy | Monday April 18, 2016

I could hear menacing slogans of "Go back, media" several times. Loud and clear. There were also specific chants made against a few regional channels.