Neha Tara Mehta

Neha Tara Mehta

Neha Tara Mehta is a producer with Al Jazeera English based in Doha. Previously, she worked for the network’s New Delhi and New York bureaus. She is a Fulbright-Nehru scholar and studied Journalism and International Affairs at Columbia University. She has covered conflict, racial and economic inequality, environmental injustice, sexual violence, religious extremism and has reported and produced stories from India, United States, Australia, Italy, Pakistan and Bhutan.

Her most recent film is Delhi’s Deadly Air.

Human Rights

The slow road to justice for India's rape victims

Despite promises to fast-track rape cases, many victims and survivors in India must wait years for a glimpse of justice.

The slow road to justice for India's rape victims

North-east India

Indian court tackles extrajudicial killings in Manipur

After decades of disappearances and deaths, recent ruling in insurgency-affected eastern state raises hope for justice.

Indian court tackles extrajudicial killings in Manipur

Asia

Kashmir: Why are young people protesting?

Al Jazeera visits Srinagar to find out why Indian-administered Kashmir is witnessing its worst violence in years.

Kashmir: Why are young people protesting?

India

Devastating drought in India's Marathwada

A heat wave is searing western India with hundreds of millions of people affected by water shortages.

Devastating drought in India's Marathwada

Human Rights

Bhutan's children get their own parliament

The parliament and school democracy clubs help the younger generation understand the inner workings of a democracy.

Bhutan's children get their own parliament

Humanitarian crises

Rohingya migrant recounts escape to India

Mohammad Kareem, from Myanmar's Rakhine state, wants to trace his family and bring everyone to a place of safety.

Rohingya migrant recounts escape to India