Priyanka Gupta

Priyanka Gupta

Priyanka Gupta is a journalist with Al Jazeera English. She is specialized in covering issues of human rights, gender, health, politics and conflict in East and North-east India. She is a Fulbright-Nehru scholar and has a degree in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Health

India's Ambulance Dada

India’s Karimul Haque, also known as Ambulance Dada, has saved 4,000 lives with his motorcycle.

India's Ambulance Dada

Syria's Civil War

Raqqa: 'Seeing dead bodies is normal now'

As battle for ISIL-held Raqqa enters its final stages, those on the ground lament civilian casualties.

Raqqa: 'Seeing dead bodies is normal now'

Middle East

Raqqa faces deadly 'barrage' from US-led coalition

Over 430 civilians likely died in August by US-led coalition actions in anti-ISIL push in Syrian city, says Airwars.

Raqqa faces deadly 'barrage' from US-led coalition

Asia

Indians march in solidarity over Rohingya atrocities

There has been a show of support for Rohingya Muslims, one of the world's most persecuted minority groups, amid reports of atrocities by Myanmar's military.

Indians march in solidarity over Rohingya atrocities

Asia

India hit hardest by deadly regional floods

More than 800 people have died in floods across South Asia, and millions of people have lost their homes and property.

India hit hardest by deadly regional floods

Syria's Civil War

Khan Sheikhoun attack survivors recall horror

Some of the survivors of the Khan Sheikhoun attack share with Al Jazeera their stories of sorrow and helplessness.

Khan Sheikhoun attack survivors recall horror

Hong Kong

Q&A with Hong Kong's youngest legislator Nathan Law

Nathan Law Kwun-chung, a 23-year-old pro-independence candidate has just been elected to Hong Kong's legislature.

Q&A with Hong Kong's youngest legislator Nathan Law

Syrian Refugees

'It was hell': Syrian refugees share stories of torture

"They would rape women in the other rooms and make us hear their screams."

'It was hell': Syrian refugees share stories of torture

Latin America

Life under an active volcano in Ecuador

The Cotopaxi volcano in Ecuador shows signs of erupting, 138 years after its last big eruption left 1,000 people dead.

Life under an active volcano in Ecuador

War & Conflict

Syrian women share stories of resilience

Women living as refugees in Lebanon reflect on losing love, homes and, in some instances, their sense of themselves.

Syrian women share stories of resilience

Middle East

A Syrian refugee's wish for the new year

In a Beirut camp, a mother marks the birthday of her twins - the one who got away and the one left behind.

A Syrian refugee's wish for the new year

Latin America

Colombian refugees seek justice in peace deal

As talks continue between the government and the FARC, refugees ask what will become of the other armed groups.

Colombian refugees seek justice in peace deal