Nidhi Suresh is an Indian journalist associated with Newslaundary. She is known for covering issues like crimes, gender inequality, and human rights violations, especially in the North Indian states of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.As a kid, Nidhi used to wear her mother’s saree. Nidhi Suresh – Instagram Childhood picture of Nidhi Suresh wearing her mother’s saree.Apart from pursuing studies in journalism, Nidhi holds a diploma in Movement Arts and Mixed Media, Dance. Nidhi Suresh – LinkedIn.Nidhi revealed through a post on social media that she liked to write and tell stories, but she did not plan to enter the profession of journalism till her graduation. Nidhi Suresh – Instagram.In an interview in 2021, Nidhi revealed that she faced language barriers while ground reporting during the initial period of her career. Newslaundry – YouTube.Nidhi Suresh revealed that she used to dance to Bollywood songs that her mother translated for her, and that is how she learned the Hindi language. Newslaundry – YouTube.Nidhi is fluent in Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi languages.In an interview, Nidhi revealed that Svetlana Alexievich’s work influenced her; Newslaundry – YouTube Svetlana Alexievich is a Belarusian investigative journalist, essayist and oral historian, and she usually writes in the Russian language.Nidhi Suresh has worked as one of the investigators for a documentary titled ‘India’s Rape Scandal,’ investigated and reported by Ramita Navai, which unfolds the suppressed rape cases in India, especially by the individuals in power. The documentary was nominated for a Rose d’Or Award and titled one of the top 10 television programmes of 2021 by ‘The Observer,’ a Sunday newspaper published in Britain. Stylist From left – Nidhi Suresh, Ramita Navai, and Neeraj Kumar, cousin of the (deceased) victim of ‘Dalit rape case ‘ Manisha Valmiki – Picture from the ground reporting of ‘India’s Rape Scandal’.Through a post on social media, Nidhi revealed that she once had to take therapy in 2021 in consideration of the fact that she was going through sentimental and psychological issues while reporting various kinds of disturbing cases. While recalling her experience, Nidhi said, Firstly, I am under no delusion that I can find a way for the profession to not affect me. It affects me quite deeply and to work efficiently, I think it is important to be affected to certain extent. It shows you care. But I also think it is important to be a sustainable and eco friendly journalist. Due to the erratic and emotionally draining nature of the profession, a lot of journalists tend to have disruptive personal lives. I find that damaging not just to oneself but also to your immediate ecosystem of people. To me that lifestyle is neither sustainable for oneself as a professional nor is it fair to your circle of loved ones. For the last one year, I have been regularly going for therapy. Apart from that I try to be diligent about mundane but important habits like working out regularly, paying attention to my food, making time to do fun things and to ensure that I am not constantly drowning in my own thoughts.” Nidhi Suresh – Instagram.