Attended Network of Women in Media (India)'s national meet in Mumbai as one of the travel grantees from northeast India.
Selected as one of the 20 journalists from India and Pakistan to attend East-West Center's cross-border climate journalism workshop in Kathmanu, Nepal.
Included on a panel hosted by BOOM Live where journalists delved into their experiences of fact-checking in northeast India.
Received a Jury Appreciation mention at the Population First’s Laadli Media Awards for gender sensitivity for a feature, In Nagaland, despite an Act to protect street vendors, women vendors struggle for basic amenities published in IndiaSpend.
Shortlisted for the 2022 Fetisov Journalism Awards in the Outstanding Contribution to Peace category for a story about a lady who won a 20-year legal battle to prove she was Indian published in Article14.
Received a Jury Appreciation citation at the Population First’s Laadli Media Awards for gender sensitivity for a feature on how two women in Nagaland became the first in the state to start an e-waste collection centre called ‘e-Circle’ published in Mongabay India.
Certified as a trainer in fake news reporting organized by the India Training Network of Google News Initiative in Gurgaon.
Received a Pulitzer Center grant to report on the displaced Brus of Mizoram who were resettled in the neighbouring Northeast Indian state of Tripura. This in-depth reportage was published in Scroll.in's long form section Common Ground.
Received Smitu Kothari Fellowship to report on the women street vendors of Nagaland. The story was published in IndiaSpend.
Part of a class of fellows at South Asia Speaks — a literary mentorship program for writers.
Was one of the speakers for the oral history project, ‘The Moment, As She Knows It’ led by community organizer Gather Sisters. In this project, women journalists across India, spoke about their experiences during Covid-19.
Attended a week-long reporting workshop organized by Bloomberg Dot Org and Vital Strategies on “How to Use Data Effectively in Health Stories” in Goa.