Sagarika Ghose

Sagarika Ghose

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Sagarika Ghose () (born 8 November 1964) is an Indian journalist, author and television anchor. Ghose received her bachelor's degree in History from St. Stephen's College, Delhi. A recipient of the Rhodes Scholarship, she has a Bachelor's in Modern History from Magdalen College and an M.Phil from St Antony's College, Oxford. She has been a journalist in India since 1991 and has worked at The Times Of India, Outlook magazine and The Indian Express. She is currently (2010) the Deputy Editor and a prime time anchor on the news network CNN-IBN. She was awarded the Gr8-ITA award for Excellence in Journalism in 2009. In 2006 she received an Excellence in Journalism Award from the FICCI. She has reported extensively from the field in general elections, feature stories as well as from Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bhutan and has had a popular editorial column first in the Indian Express, then in the Hindustan Times.

In 2004 she became the first woman to anchor the popular BBC show Question Time India after Karan Thapar. She is also the author of the novel The Gin Drinkers, published in 1998. Her second novel Blind Faith was published in 2006 by Harper Collins.

She has two children, Ishan and Tarini. She is the daughter of Bhaskar Ghose, erstwhile Director General of Doordarshan, the Indian public television network. Her two aunts include Ruma Pal, former justice of the Supreme Court of India and Arundhati Ghose, former ambassador and diplomat.

She is married to one of...
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