Sagarika Ghose

Indian journalist

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Sagarika Ghose
Sagarika Ghose - Indian journalist

Sagarika Ghose is an Indian journalist, news anchor, and author known for her contributions to print and electronic media. Here is a brief overview of her career and lifestyle:

Career:

  • Journalism: Sagarika Ghose has had a long and distinguished career in journalism, with significant contributions to both print and television media.
  • Print Media: She has worked with prominent publications, including The Times of India, Outlook magazine, and The Indian Express.
  • Television: Sagarika Ghose has been associated with news channels such as CNN-IBN (now CNN-News18) and Rajya Sabha TV. She has been known for hosting talk shows and contributing to political discussions on television.
  • Author: Sagarika Ghose has authored several books, including "The Gin Drinkers," a novel, and "Why I Am a Liberal: A Manifesto for Indians Who Believe in Individual Freedom," which delves into her perspective on liberalism in the Indian context.

Lifestyle:

  • Personal Life: Information about the personal life and lifestyle of individuals, including journalists, is often private. Sagarika Ghose has maintained a certain level of privacy about her personal life.
  • Writing: Apart from her journalistic work, Sagarika Ghose's interest in writing is evident through her books and articles. Her writings often reflect her views on politics, society, and individual freedoms.
  • Public Persona: As a well-known figure in the media, Sagarika Ghose has a public persona characterized by her opinions and analyses on various social and political issues.

Awards and honors

Her show Question Time Didi, an audience based interaction with West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and students, from which Banerjee famously stormed out mid-way, received the NT Award for Best Public Debate Show in 2013. She was awarded the Gr8-ITA award for Excellence in Journalism in 2009. Ghose was awarded an Excellence in Journalism Award (Aparajita Award) from FICCI Ladies Organisation in 2005. In 2012 she received the CF Andrews Award for Distinguished Alumnus from St Stephen's College. In 2013, Ghose received the ITA Best Anchor Award from the Indian Television Academy (ITA). In 2014, The Rhodes Project included Ghose on a list of 13 famous women Rhodes Scholars. In 2017 Ghose was awarded the C.H.Mohammed Koya National Award for journalism.

Published works

Ghose is the author of two novels, The Gin Drinkers, published in 1998, and Blind Faith, in 2004. The Gin Drinkers was also published in the Netherlands. Ghose also published a biography of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Indira: India's Most Powerful Prime Minister (Juggernaut Books) in 2017. The biography is slated to be made into a film. In 2022 her biography of former Indian Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was released

In her 2018 non-fiction book, Why I Am A Liberal: A Manifesto For Indians Who Believe in Individual Freedom, Ghose describes herself as a liberal who believes in rule of law, limited government, robust institutions and individual liberty. Ghose propounds the thesis that although the republic of India was founded as a liberal democracy in 1947, subsequent Indian governments throughout the post-Independence period have sought to attack individual liberty and vastly increase the powers of the government, or the powers of what she calls the Indian 'Big State'.

Personal life

She is the daughter of Bhaskar Ghose, formerly of the Indian Administrative Service 1960 batch, erstwhile Director General of Doordarshan, the Indian public television network. Her two aunts include Arundhati Ghose, former ambassador and diplomat and Ruma Pal, former justice of the Supreme Court of India. She is married to journalist and news anchor Rajdeep Sardesai, the son of former Indian test cricketer Dilip Sardesai. Rajdeep and Sagarika have two children, son Ishan, and daughter Tarini.

Bibliography

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)

It's important to note that information about an individual's lifestyle can be limited, and privacy is generally respected in the personal lives of public figures. If you are interested in more specific details about her recent activities or lifestyle, it's recommended to check her official social media profiles, interviews, or any recent publications or statements she may have made. Keep in mind that my information is based on the knowledge available up to January 2022, and there may have been developments since then.

 

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