india water portal (Jan 2016)


Sharing my concerns about water and the future of Goa with Sabita Kaushal and Swati Bansal of the India Water Portal. For excerpts of the interview read here

Job Shadowing: An architect's profession! (Dec 2016)

Shruti Koundinya, a IX std student of the Oakridge International School, Bangalore was on an assignment to Job shadow as she aspired to become an architect! So she shadowed me for a few days to learn more about the profession and what an architect's life is all about! Read her complete report here


Losing Ground: Climate vulnerability of Panjim city (Jan 2015

A documentary by TERI, published on 27 Jan 2015. 

It was super and insightful to work and interact with Rishu Nigam (Script/ Direction), Gurmeet Sapal (Director of Photography) and John Lino (Production Assistance). India has 130 towns and cities in 84 coastal districts. Climate science is increasingly warning us about the likely impacts of sea-level rise and cyclones on these cities. But are we paying heed? ‘Losing Ground’ maps out the climate vulnerability of two coastal cities in India- Panaji and Visakhapatnam, and builds a case for all coastal cities to start climate proofing their infrastructure and services without losing any more time.

Green Crusaders of Goa (2013)


Featured as one of the young 'green fighters' who are walking the talk to improve the state of Goa. Urban-issues focused, Architect Tallulah D'Silva initiated a citizen campaign 'NoMoZo', Non Motorized Zone, to create awareness and help citizens enjoy the benefits of pedestrianization and car free street in the capital city-Panjim.

Panjim city and environmental issues of Goa (Nov 2016)


I love my city! And it was so cool to talk to Mark Afonso Rendeiro from Portugal/Netherlands about Panjim, architecture, environmental issues of Goa, education and outdoor learning! Will keep you posted when the pod cast is aired!

Interviewed in the local Goan newspaper , Herald-Goa, on the unique initiative in Panjim called NoMoZo (Non Motorized Zone) 


Working for a better Panjim, Herald 2012