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Saba Naqvi is one of India's best-known journalists. The former political editor of Outlook magazine, she now writes columns in leading Indian dailies including the Times of India,The Tribune and several websites. She is also a well-known election analyst and political commentator. She is currently visiting professor at the Jindal School of Journalism. She has published four books, In Good Faith, Capital Conquest, Shades of Saffron:From Vajpayee to Modi and her latest The Coalition Handbook. She is currently working on her next book on India’s backsliding democracy.
FOOTPRINTS: TRACKING THE PLIGHT OF MIGRANT WORKERS
Chinmay Tumbe in conversation with Saba Naqvi
Chinmay Tumbe, author of India Moving: A History of Migration, and journalist and author Saba Naqvi join us to track the plight of migrant communities following the national lockdown and discuss the disruptions to labour markets and livelihoods.