Agnee Ghosh is a journalist based in India covering gender, health, environment, and culture.
Agnee Ghosh is a journalist based in Kolkata, India. Her work largely focuses on gender, the environment, climate change, and culture. Her writing has been published in BBC Future, NPR’s Goats and Soda, Vice, Atmos, South China Morning Post, The Globe and Mail, and in many other publications.


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On November 1, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, announced that he would introduce a strict new law to curb “love jihad,” an Islamophobic conspiracy theory against interfaith marriages, which alleges that Muslim men lure non-Muslim women into converting to Islam by seduction. | Women’s Media Center
In the Sundarbans, the tiger is king. In its shadow stands the Sundari tree, an endangered mangrove. The Frontline talks to a group of women whose husbands were killed by tigers and is now conserving these trees to protect the forest where their partners were lost. | Atmos
Between 1961 and 1971, thousands of languages vanished from Indian census data. One man decided to track them down, before they were lost forever. | BBC Future
When Pooja Sharma, 35, lost her husband, Manmohan, to COVID-19 during India’s deadly second wave, she was devastated. | NPR Goats and Soda