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" Interview with the one and only - Divya Handa Khera
Divya Handa Khera is a screenwriter, lyricist and social media influencer. She has collaborated with over 20 brands. She also assisted award-winning writer-director Suman Ganguli for his Hindi feature film 'Blue Mountains'. Apart from working on original screenplays, she began writing advertisement campaigns that have wreaked havoc on social media.

6.After achieving 50k followers on instagram, what was your celebration like?
It happened suddenly, and I didn’t even know that celebration of certain milestones is a thing people do. But when work began pouring in, it was a celebration of sorts.
7.If you could go back and start a new life would you still pick your career?
Since things are going well, I’d say yes!
8.How do you deal with haters on social media?
I guess the more people comment with negativity, the more I get determined to do even better, afterall, you must be doing
something right, else there wouldn’t be any following whatsoever.
9. Do you follow any particular fitness routine?
I am very lazy when it comes to doing strenuous workouts, because I neither have that kind of time nor patience. But yes, I do a few light exercises everyday without fail to keep my muscles toned and body working. I avoid being sedentary as well.
10 Since you've studied filmmaking, what's the one film that describes you the best?
As Good as it gets!
 Delhi’s air pollution crisis
The Supreme court of India thrashed both centre and the Delhi government regarding the deteriorating air quality in the Capital which was under “severe” level after Diwali and stubble burning i.e, AQI between 400 - 500, which is pathetic!
SC queried, “How to control air pollution in Delhi, two day lockdown, if need be, or what. How will people live in Delhi?” Further asked, “Where is the effective mechanism to control firecrackers, vehicular pollution?” The Apex court emphasised that the air pollution issue should be looked into “beyond politics and governments”.


 The Supreme court of India thrashed both centre and the Delhi government regarding the deteriorating air quality in the Capital which was under “severe” level after Diwali and stubble burning i.e, AQI between 400 - 500, which is pathetic!
SC queried, “How to control air pollution in Delhi, two day lockdown, if need be, or what. How will people live in Delhi?” Further asked, “Where is the effective mechanism to control firecrackers, vehicular pollution?” The Apex court emphasised that the air pollution issue should be looked into “beyond politics and governments”.
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Interview with the one and only - Divya Handa Khera
 Delhi’s air pollution crisis

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Delhi’s air pollution crisis