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Prerna Suri
Prerna Suri
Correspondent
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"Prerna Suri, Al Jazeera's correspondent based out of New Delhi, reports from India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. In her role, she’s covered the 2009 Indian parliamentary elections; floods in Southern and Central India; tensions between India and Pakistan; and various development and human rights issues from the most under-reported parts of the country. In Nepal, she's covered the 2010 elections while in Sri Lanka, she has regularly reported on the post-conflict situation and the 2011 floods.

Before joining Al Jazeera English, Prerna worked as a senior correspondent and presenter for India’s national news network NDTV. During her time there, she was the first Indian broadcast journalist to report from Darfur and Tibet."


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