Sagarika Ghose ( conceived 8 November 1964) is an Indian Journalist, feature writer and writer. She has been a columnist starting around 1991 and has worked at The Times of India, Outlook and The Indian Express. She was an ideal time anchor for BBC World on Question Time India and on the news network CNN-IBN, likewise being the representative proofreader for the last option. Ghose has won a few honors in news-casting and is the creator of two books, as well as the life story of Indira Gandhi, Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister. She is at present the counseling proofreader of The Times of India. In 2022 her memoir of previous Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was delivered.
Ghose accepted her four year certification in History from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. A beneficiary of the Rhodes Scholarship in 1987, she has a Bachelor’s in Modern History from Magdalen College and a M.Phil. from St Antony’s College, Oxford.
Starting around 1991, she has functioned as a writer at The Times Of India, Outlook magazine and The Indian Express and was delegate manager and ideal time anchor on the news network CNN-IBN. Ghose surrendered as delegate supervisor of CNN-IBN in July 2014.
In 2004, she turned into the main lady to have Question Time India. She was the delegate supervisor and an ideal time anchor on the news network CNN-IBN. Her compositions and broadcasts have procured her fame and furthermore analysis from traditional watchers.
Ghose’s Twitter interview with Arvind Kejriwal of the Aam Aadmi Party in 2013 turned into the main example of an Indian lawmaker giving a virtual entertainment interview preceding the surveys. Ghose left CNN-IBN on 5 July 2014 after the organization was procured by the Mukesh Ambani-drove Reliance Industries ltd. She was agent supervisor of the channel.
Awards and honors
Her show Question Time Didi, a group of people based communication with West Bengal boss clergyman Mamata Banerjee and understudies, from which Banerjee broadly stomped out mid-way, got the NT Award for Best Public Debate Show in 2013. She was granted the Gr8-ITA grant for Excellence in Journalism in 2009. Ghose was granted an Excellence in Journalism Award (Aparajita Award) from FICCI Ladies Organization in 2005. In 2012 she got the CF Andrews Award for Distinguished Alumnus from St Stephen’s College. In 2013, Ghose got the ITA Best Anchor Award from the Indian Television Academy (ITA). In 2014, The Rhodes Project remembered Ghose for a rundown of 13 renowned ladies Rhodes Scholars. In 2017 Ghose was granted the C.H.Mohammed Koya National Award for reporting.
Ghose is the creator of two books, The Gin Drinkers, distributed in 1998, and Blind Faith, in 2004. The Gin Drinkers was likewise distributed in the Netherlands. Ghose likewise distributed a history of previous Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister (Juggernaut Books) in 2017. The history is scheduled to be made into a film. In 2022 her account of previous Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was delivered.
In her 2018 verifiable book, Why I Am A Liberal: A Manifesto For Indians Who Believe in Individual Freedom, Ghose depicts herself as an in liberal law and order, restricted government, powerful organizations and individual freedom. Ghose propounds the proposition that albeit the republic of India was established as a liberal vote based system in 1947, ensuing Indian legislatures all through the post-Independence period have tried to go after individual freedom and boundlessly increment the powers of the public authority, or the powers of what she calls the Indian ‘Enormous State’.
She is the girl of Bhaskar Ghose, previously of the Indian Administrative Service 1960 bunch, past Director General of Doordarshan, the Indian public broadcasting company. Her two aunties incorporate Arundhati Ghose, previous minister and representative and Ruma Pal, previous equity of the Supreme Court of India. She is hitched to columnist and commentator Rajdeep Sardesai, the child of previous Indian test cricketer Dilip Sardesai. Rajdeep and Sagarika have two kids, child Ishan, and girl Tarini.
- The Gin Drinkers (1998)
- Blind Faith (2004)
- Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister (2017)
- Why I Am A Liberal: A Manifesto For Indians Who Believe in Individual Freedom (2018)
- Atal Bihari Vajpayee – India’s Most Loved Prime Minister (2022)