Vandita Agrawal serves as Orato’s Foreign Correspondent – Southeast Asia.
Her groundbreaking investigative journalism has delivered powerful stories from around the world, from factory fires in Bangladesh to systemic racism in the U.S. military to the plague of child rape in India.
I lost my mother during the Covid-19 pandemic. The agonizing grief was painful. I felt lost.
I was trying to build my life both personally and professionally, but every time I took a step forward, life pushed me five steps back.
Orato’s trust in me and my abilities came as a breath of fresh air. I survived.
Orato is a safe place; a wonderful place that gives me a sense of fulfillment, a chance to interact with unique people across the world, and a platform to write unbiased stories.
It gives me what most journalists would die for: true freedom, recognition, and appreciation for my work.
Orato ensures verification and fact-checking. The stories are insightful, the subjects are real, and the reporting is in-depth.
They keep it simple; they keep it real.
Orato has an inclusive workplace: one that accepts, values, and nurtures its team’s diversity.
It is a pleasure to work with a website that is truly international, that always has your back, and that helps you grow as a human being.
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Vandita Agrawal is an experienced journalist, published in The Times of India, Times Internet, Zenger News, and Dkoding Media. She holds Bachelor of Arts (Honors) and Master of Arts degrees in Political Science, a Master of Business Administration degree, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism (Gold Medalist). She is skilled in writing investigative articles, news analysis, and breaking news and has written extensively on US and international politics, current affairs, police brutality, injustice, sustainability, climate change, health, activism, inspirational stories, psychology, and animal rights.