Meera's work has been seen and featured in: 

Foreign PolicyThe Guardian, The New York Times [1, 2], Tech Crunch, ForbesAV ClubPolygonThe VergeStylist, Morning Brew, the Book Riot PodcastIncThrillist , the San Francisco ChronicleProtocolMIT News, MIT Technology ReviewMel Magazine, and Yale College

+ Her reporting on Covid-19 in India was cited in Fariha Roisin's 2022 book, Who Is Wellness For?

+ Mindy Kaling, Bella Hadid, Mo AmerMia Farrow, and Rose McIver have shared her work online.

Awards & Radio

Meera was a finalist at Asian Media Awards (2021) for Young Journalist of the Year, named Runner Up Fashion and Beauty Writer of the Year at the UK Freelance Writing Awards (2021), and was twice shortlisted at the Amnesty Media Awards for Student Journalist of the Year.

She has spoken about her reporting on NPR, BBC World Service, BBC Asian Network, LBC, amongst others.

'Meera is a talented, insightful, and hardworking journalist with a bright future in the industry. I am impressed by her maturity in handling tough and ethical dilemmas common to journalists, and how she takes criticism in stride. It is clear in the type of stories Meera pursues, that her passion for journalism is driven by her desire to speak for the voiceless. She chooses to highlight minorities and constantly strives for inclusion. Her compassion shines through in her work – a rare, special quality among young writers.'

–  Natashya Gutierrez (Former Editor-in-Chief, VICE Asia)

'Meera has been a pleasure to work with, armed with a wealth of ideas and keen eye for reactive news across fashion and beauty to culture and politics. Able to deliver insightful, and shareable, stories speedily.'

Emma Firth (Former Features Editor, BURO London)

'Meera is a very thorough reporter who is not afraid to dig deep into stories on politics and culture. I noticed this regularly in her daily short stories, but even more in the engaging features she wrote.'

– Therese Reyes, Editor

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