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Yogita Malhotra

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Yogita Malhotra is post-graduate in English Literature and a freelance Journalist. She is also a Founder of an online literary magazine 'Quillopia' established in 2017 to provide a platform for aspiring writers to come collectively and explore non-identical shades of literature. It aims to explore art, culture, unleash new voices, and collect experiences from rising authors and poets.

In Conversation With Divyansh Mundra: A Best Selling Author Born Out...

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Once with the dream of having his name on the cover page, to releasing two best selling books, this young author has...

In Conversation With Food Enthusiast Dimple Arora

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Food bloggers have unknowingly become a part of our lives. They are ruling Instagram and have always gained love and appreciation from...

Replenishing Lost Odia Cuisine : In Conversation With Alka Jena

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With the dreams of replenishing the forgotten and lost Odia cuisines through her well documented recipes, Alka Jena, an Assistant Director(Planning) in Government of Odisha, is an online food blogger, food stylist and photographer whose relatively simple, quick to follow but authentic Odia recipes is spreading the native traditions and culture across the country. We interviewed Alka Jena of Culinary Xpress, and understood her pivotal role in rejuvenating and keeping alive the lost and forgotten traditions.

Making The World A Better Place: With Ankush Purohit

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It takes just one person to change the world if he/she truly desires it. Today, we came across Ankush Purohit, a professional photographer whose videos went viral where the netizens saw him helping a poor older man in his bones. We tracked him and tried to plunge deep into reality; he wasn’t ready to talk about himself or his acts of kindness, but finally, when we could become part of his journey.

From Biology Nerds to Food Bloggers: In Conversation with Rituraj And...

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Interviews Times talked to Rituraj and Mehak, who decided to have a food blog named Delhi Food Nest in the second year of graduation and today is successfully running their food blog with 40k followers. Covid threw challenges at them, lets find out how they fought through the testing times.

At 72, Still 21: An Interview With Quora Most Viewed Writer...

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Gopalkrishna Vishwanath is an alumnus of BITS Pilani and at the age when most people retire and relax, he gained stardom on quora counting over 206,000 followers, with 80.8 million content views, & 8905 answers. He is loved by the young crowd for his witty opinions on seemingly mundane affairs. Interview Times has a wonderful conversation with him.

In Conversation with Kunna Dash: Uniting Cultures of India and Japan

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In 2015, the visionary Kunna Dash was appointed as the International Tourism Ambassador of Kyoto, Japan, who has been relentlessly working for...

Sushant Pattnaik Interview: A Tech Genius and Visionary Serial Inventor

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Sushant Pattnaik hails from Bhubaneswar, Odisha. A serial inventor, serial entrepreneur, motivational speaker and has been awarded the President’s Award six times....

Dismantling Stereotypes: In Conversation With Samantha Kannan

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Samantha Kannan is an American who has been to India nine times, fell in love with our land, married an Indian, and...

“Be first, or be different”, In Conversation with Aman Sureka the...

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When the blogger’s career came to a grinding halt amid the uproar of COVID-19, Spoons of Dilli witnessed an increase of 90k followers in six months and an impression of 90 lakhs in a week. Interview Times in conversation with Aman Sureka, the founder of Spoons of Dilli.
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